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Back page 125 for some fractal like stuff:

viewtopic.php?p=22866#p22866

Easy one:

1. on the first layer run codelab 'RadialColor'

2. add a layer blend mode 'negative' and run codelab 'RadialRainbow'

3. add a layer blend mode 'negative' and run codelab 'Neboulous'

4. Flatten all, duplicate and flip horiz.. blend mode 'Glow'

Hum, at some point I also played with brightness/contrast and curves.

neboulous.png

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I promise this is the last try I'll post in my attempts to get the fractals done with out using outside programs well for a wee bit anyways.

@madjik tried those code lab ones might work on a different item using them completley forgot about them! smack in the forhead

anyways here is one 100% PDN my version of a fractal called

wisp of lace

wispoflace.png

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Just wanna tnx to all developers of paint.net (plugins also).. Its amazing what people can do with this proggy which installation is less than 2 mb.. One more time thanks a lot.

EDIT:

Added original picture (name: Picture 237.jpg ...just resized) for comparasion

At the edited pic (named pwc06.jpg) i've used sharpen and played a while withs some adjustments:

Conditional Hue/Saturation & Curves

9433_5e6f4c19f1daaa215f6e94dd556be545

9433_2247739aac79071f9db369dd8918eef2

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@BB looks like grid was used and maybe sin waves?

would love a tut.

and for those who want to check out my da (link is under my sig) I put up a few pointers on how I made the PDN fake fractals there. check under concept of fractal PDN syle and I added a few other fake fractals all 100% PDN that I haven't posted here.

How's that for self promotion :wink: I need some more hits on my da account. chow

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th_likeOO.png

Does anyone know what this effect is actually called? I have no idea what I should name it for the tutorial...

@oma, Wrong on both counts. There are just 2 steps though.

Hint:

One step involves drawing regular old bezier curves...;)

 

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Radial blur deluxe :wink:

Ding ding ding... :D

Way to ruin the surprise! :evil:

Oops :P

I use that effect a lot so easier for me to guess :)

Anyways, you can call your tut fractal with Radial blur deluxe? maybe? :?:

The whole 'Fractal' hype seems a bit overrated and fleeting. Besides, I'm not sure this qualifies as fractal art, or even a cheap knock-off...

Of course, "Twirly Wireframe Lines" doesn't sound any better...:lol:<----------my best guess!

 

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The whole 'Fractal' hype seems a bit overrated and fleeting. Besides, I'm not sure this qualifies as fractal art, or even a cheap knock-off...

Of course, "Twirly Wireframe Lines" doesn't sound any better...:lol:<----------my best guess!

I agree with you!

Hmm...Wireframe...I like it! :D

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