I started with something like this: [link] and added more transforms and 3D variations.
I see from your gallery that you've been making "grand julian" styled flames. This fractal [link] by *Zueuk can provide some inspiration into 3d Grand Julians. Make sure that you use the new 3D julian variations. I hope you figure it out! Have fun Jessica.
i dont think i will ever understand it. I tried using some of my saved parameters and changing all the transforms to lets say if it is linear 1, I changed it to linear3D 1 and cleared the regular. Yet nothing is different. but thank you for trying to help me. I will just have to wait for someone to write a tutorial for airheads such as myself.
I was invited to join the forum after I started messing around with the source code on my own. Other prominent/long standing members of the Apophysis community have been invited to join too. Technically you are already beta testing: Apophysis 2.06c is a beta release
Some of the 2d variations have been removed to make room for some new 3d variations. I'm not sure how many there are/will be. Rendering times depend on the variations being used. Some are faster than some of the slower 2d variations, some are slower.
Fabulous work, so inspiring. Just working through your post transforms tutorial at the moment. Thanks for being so generous with your time to help out those of us just discovering the delights of this artform.