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Power Reactor? (Stuff with hexagrid...)

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This tutorial was inspired by the following tutorial:

viewtopic.php?f=31&t=26987

It basically puts steps 1-6 (of that tutorial)in a script and then tells you the rest of the steps in my easy to understand revision.

1.Okay first download the script for scriptlab.

(Located at bottom of page.)

2.Then run it in scriptlab.

3.Then duplicate the layer and set it to darken.

4.Horizontally flip the layer.

5.Flatten the image.

6.Play with the curves.

7.Duplicate the layer.

8.Set the blend mode to lighten.

9.Zoom blur deluxe on that layer.

Amount: 4th Notch

Rest: default

10. Repeat step 9 until the image is to your liking.

Power Reactor Script:

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?nednuoky2gk

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Always post updates to tutorials as replies to that tutorial, unless you make major changes.

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Hey great tutorial here is what I came out with after playing with it a bit.

corereactorky0.png

On a new layer:

I used Julia Fractal with a Factor-10, Zoom -1, Angle - 0.00, Quality-5

Then Zoom Blur Deluxe with the Amount Full, (Center: X- 46, Y- 52), Quality - Low

Hope you like!! :)

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Hey great tutorial here is what I came out with after playing with it a bit.

corereactorky0.png

On a new layer:

I used Julia Fractal with a Factor-10, Zoom -1, Angle - 0.00, Quality-5

Then Zoom Blur Deluxe with the Amount Full, (Center: X- 46, Y- 52), Quality - Low

Hope you like!! :)

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what can i say... top form as ever madjik!

im off school sick atm and stuff like this really cheers me up!

this is what i got

powerreactor.png

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@flavio: Need to work on the lines inside the sphere, they're incredibly :AntiAliasingOff:

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I've tried this tut, and I'm not going to upload my original outcome, because it almostly looks the same like the one in the tut itself :) .

I've been using the effect very frequently, and a few of this works:

Hexagonwallplanetwallpaper

hexagonplanetcs9.jpg

Christmas Snowflake-like sig

kerstsigpv7.png

An banner for an pokemon radio website(Combee combination :o )

opzetradiopgmlogoprobeewe2.png

Cool Big-art the hexagonplanet thingy no 2:

coolbigart.png

Wich I used to make my current Ava and sig from:

coolbigartsig.png

coolbigartava.png

Note: this is my first post here, this works were earlier uploaded at another forum. But I was using the tuts from here :wink: .

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Great work RedJiggly! Only thing is that you need to turn on anti-aliasing when you use Shape3D, it softens the edges greatly.

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this is really nice! =)

but i cant get the star in the middle lOl. =P

..and did nothing wrong i think. :P

hmm.

anyway this is my result:

fnbxa8.jpg

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You've missed step 8:

8.

Duplicate the layer.

Flip it horizontaly.

Set the blend mode to Darken (test all the mode...)

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This is from my 7 year old grandson Spencer (with a little help from his Nana)

explosionofcolor.png

not sure if I posted the link correctly.

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This is from my 7 year old grandson Spencer (with a little help from his Nana)

explosionofcolor.png

not sure if I posted the link correctly.

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