|This is part two of my series on using Apophysis to make digital fractal art. As I am still learning much of this myself, I have realized that each function of this amazing program deserves a detailed explanation, and I intend to break up this series into more parts than I had planned for the sake of adequately covering all material. In this article, we will focus on the Flame editor and what all those crazy numbers and shapes mean.|
|In this first of sevral articles on the subject, I will introduce you to a little program called Apophysis which specializes in creating detailed renders of fractal art. I will give a basic rundown of the program, plus links to a few tutorials and example artwork.|
|Very simple tutorial to show you how to make a funky effect using a few tools.|
|In this tutorial I am going to show you how to take a picture of your car and give it a re-spray! If your about to buy a car and donít know what colour to get, this is a cool way of checking it out.
The tutorial will show you lots of different Photoshop techniques too, including selection tips, adjustment layers and some nifty shortcuts, plus anything else we encounter on the way. This tutorial is very newbie friendly too!
|ATI has been lying about how they use there trilinear filtering in ther more recent graphics chips, such as the x800.|
|I know how it feels to be a computer graphics artist, or just a plain pen and paper artist starting out in the world. For many it seems like a daunting task breaking through in the world of computer design. |
|The GIMP is an acronym for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is a program used for creating/editing images, doing photo touch-ups, creating animated GIFs, and even simple movie editing.
|Gifs have long been accepted as the only way to put transparent images on your site. However, Unisys/Compuserv patented the algorathim years ago, and png sprung up as an alternative.|
|This is more of a software review, but nobody reads those, so I'm putting it here :D.|