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Apophysis is a free fractal flame program for Windows or Linux.

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Apophysis is a free fractal flame program for Windows.

Fractal Flames (algorithmically generated images and animations) were originally developed in 1992 by Scott Draves. Mark Townsend changed it by translating it into Delphi (another computer language) and he added a graphical user interface to it so it would be easier to use.
Since the it's been improved by Peter Sdobnov, Piotr Borys and Ronald Hordijk and it's currently even in 3D.

The fun thing about Apophysis is that you can play with it for hours.
Just by hitting various options and adding and adjusting the triangles that decide the look of the flame, you can come up with unlimited possibilities.

Apophysis is a free Windows program that you can use to create fractal flames.

I haven't been using for a long time yet and haven't done a lot designs yet either since I mostly focus on my 3D art but I like to play around with it now and then and create cool looking designs, which I want to show off in this lens. Ok, they're still really basic but you have to admit that they do look pretty cool.

I like it a lot and maybe it's something for you to play around with too.

http://www.apophysis.org/

http://sourceforge.net/projects/apophysis/
« Last Edit: February 23, 2014, 01:43:50 PM by Software Santa »

 

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