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Windows Script by CabinTom Windows Script by CabinTom
This script was originally created for DWALKER1047 and is based off of Platinus' parameters title "RainbowsBachanale".

The key to getting awesome results with this script lies in manipulating the 'rectangles' transform. Often scaling is the most important manipulation, followed by translating and rotating.

If you've any questions you know what to do!
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Given 2009-04-09
Windows Script by *CabinTom is an amazing script for all who would like to create a stained glass window effect in Apophysis. It works well with both variegated gradients as well as same color gradients. ( Suggested by DWALKER1047 and Featured by LawrenceDeDark )
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ywaters Sep 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanx! :happybounce: 
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Lupsiberg Dec 24, 2009   General Artist
I used your script here [link]

Thanks again :bow:
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:iconcheekacat:
Thank you very much for sharing :boogie:
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Lupsiberg Nov 2, 2009   General Artist
Thanks a lot for this great script :w00t!:
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:icontherapudiccaffeine:
I don't understand what a script is, exactly. I kept looking for stage directions or dialogue. After some thought I figured you must mean a computer script. Did you program some instructions into an art program in order to make this?
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:iconlawrencededark:
It is a script for a program called Apophysis, which is used to create Fractal art. [link]


:)
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:icontherapudiccaffeine:
Holy Crap! Those were all made with scripts? That's pretty incredible. What exactly does the script look like? How long are they, usually? I wanna look into this more, looks cool.
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:iconlawrencededark:
Not all fractals utilize scripts.. these are presets that people can modify to make their own unique works. :) I know the preview on this is small, but you can get an idea of how they look from it.
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Treyos Apr 9, 2009  Hobbyist Writer
Sounds pretty cool, will definitely give it a try.
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winklepickers Jul 19, 2008
Thank you. :)
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