Fractal Tutorials and the Heroes Who Made Them...I have been creating Fractals using fractal/flame software for about 2 years now, and have been so grateful for the makers of the Tutorials we learn from. In a previous journal we looked at different soft wares that are available to use...most of them FREE. Today we look at a some of the wonderful Tutorials created by people here in Deviant Art. Without their excellent guidance...some of us would still bee stumbling around in the dark trying to figure things out. If YOU have ever been interested in making fractal images...this journal is for you!Apophysis Tutorials by the fractal artist TsukinoHikari20 :icontsukinohikari20: are some of the first I personally began to experiment with.
Artist's Toolbox - Transparency in PowerpointUsing the Transparency Feature in Microsoft Powerpoint 2010We use Microsoft Powerpoint 2010 for slideshows or presentations that utilize text, images, or animations. Common uses for the software include business presentations, school reports, and instructional materials.However, there is a transparency feature in Powerpoint that artists can take advantage of for quick edits on any artwork. This feature can be used especially by beginners who would like to take their art to the next level without having to learn complex software in the process.Here are some art made with transparency: The following tutorial was created with Microsoft Powerpoint 2010, but this feature can also be found in so