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Hemisphere-Marble Scripts by FracFx Hemisphere-Marble Scripts by FracFx
Similar to the Marble Batch script only this one creates a different looking type of marble in a batch process by using the Hemisphere plugin by *gossamer-light
Available in this plugin pack:
[link]
the file is in a rar file so if you don't have winzip or winrar you can open it with the free sourceware program 7-Zip
[link]

It runs over your already created flames or run a random batch then run it, it adds the Hemisphere FX so if your flame already uses the FX it may not look like you would expect, other than that it creates a sort of 3d marble effect in Apophysis 2.08beta2
The previews show flames I made and then ran the script on. Has also been tested in the Apophysis 3d hack.

*edit*
Updated to include single flame (non-batch) version.
Run it over your current flame and it will add The Hemisphere Fx to it
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Gerda1946 Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for sharing!
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fractal1 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011
Hi again! I've learned a fair amount since the last time I wrote. (Thank goodness!) I have figured out how to make a script "overlay" an existing flame. Is there something that I can write into a batch script to make it do likewise? Or do all batch scripts already overlay the existing flames? Thanks, if you can advise me.
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FracFx Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
yes it's something you can do as a batch, no, not all batch scripts are overlays, most have users choice to overlay or not, depends on how it was written if that's an option

this part chooses overlay or not, paste it at the top of the script start, after the "End" line paste the rest of your script, when you run it, it will ask for clear or overlay, it's set to 1, so that would be "Clear"
Anything else would assume overlay, paste the whole script into the bottom of the marbleizer batch script overwriting where "bubble" starts, and you'll have a batch script that would allow you to have either one:


x := 1
InputQuery('Scriptname', 'Clear(1) or Overlay(2)', x)

If x=1 then

Begin
Clear
End
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fractal1 Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011
It works! It runs, anyway. Now I'm having a hard time seeing whether the flames made with "overlay" are any different from those made with "clear." Is there any trick to checking that? The flames aren't very different, in any case. Maybe with more experience and more experimenting, I'll become more certain of what's happenening. For now, I'm glad to have this running. Thank you very much for your help!
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FracFx Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
no problem,
on the ones that were overlayed, probably not without opening each one and checking the editor to see if they have more transforms than the originals, glad it worked for ya :)
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fractal1 Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2011
Excellent idea! Thanks again!
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fractal1 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2011
Well, I've tried this on all kinds of batch scripts now, and I honestly don't think it's doing anything. The flames look identical with or without adding this. There must be something I haven't understood yet...
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FracFx Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
if you still have the script you tried to do this on note it to me and I'll see if I can figure out what happened
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fractal1 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2011
I tried all kinds of different batch scripts, downloaded from dA. I think I need a better understanding of how scripts, particularly batch scripts, are written. Do you know of any resources which explain or teach this in a way that isn't too complicated? I think it would be fun to understand more. Thanks!
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fractal1 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2011
Oh, that's neat! I've been ordered to stay away from the computer for a while because I was making so many fractals that I wasn't getting any work done! Eventually, I'll have more time again, though. I can hardly wait!
I feel like I'm learning more and more about Apophysis every time I use it. I'm already quite good with the Ferguson programs and Fractal Explorer. I like a challenge, though, and Apophysis is one!
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