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tension animation by tobaal tension animation by tobaal
{ Flame }
Clear;
Flame.Width := 800;
Flame.Height := 589;
Flame.Brightness := 2.4304347826087;
Flame.Gamma := 1;
Flame.GammaTreshold := 0.00822898032200356;
Flame.Scale := 25;
Flame.X := 0;
Flame.Y := 0;
Flame.Background[0] := 0;
Flame.Background[1] := 0;
Flame.Background[2] := 0;

{ Transform 1 }
AddTransform;
with Transform do begin
for i := 0 to NVARS do Variation[i] := 0;
Weight := 0.5;
Color := 0;
Symmetry := 0.556;
a := 0.108608406311686;
b := -0.980670236278441;
c := 0.980670236278441;
d := 0.108608406311686;
e := -0.027533;
f := -0.003059;
Opacity := 1
foci := 1
end;

{ Transform 2 }
AddTransform;
with Transform do begin
for i := 0 to NVARS do Variation[i] := 0;
Weight := 15;
Color := 0.128;
Symmetry := 0.837;
a := 1.09156633991758;
b := 0.205294377153672;
c := -0.205294377153672;
d := 1.09156633991758;
e := 1.664218;
f := -0.097895;
Opacity := 1
linear3D := 0.812
spherical := 0.231
ex := 0.029
end;

{ Final Transform }
SetActiveTransform(transforms);
with Transform do begin
for i := 0 to NVARS do Variation[i] := 0;
Color := 0;
a := 1;
b := 0;
c := 0;
d := 1;
e := 0;
f := 0;
julian := 1
julian_power := -2
julian_dist := 1
end;
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:iconflytier:
flytier Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2011
Reminds me of a shock I got once - 40,000 volts of static in Physics class.
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:icontobaal:
tobaal Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2011
ow! i only have experience up to 220v.
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:iconflytier:
flytier Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011
The static shock is just a fright really. No current to speak of. The 220 is the real dangerous one. I've had experiences with that too, with a pressure washer that had a bad ground, standing in water. Ow!
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:icontobaal:
tobaal Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011
ouch, i was standing on the fridge trying to plug in some old x-mas lights to a 110 converter. blew me clean off the fridge and on to the floor.
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:iconflytier:
flytier Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011
No doubt! Come to think of it, when I was a ham radio operator I was poking inside my old tube transmitter and hit a terminal with (I measured later) about 500 volts. Laid me out on my back too. It was very low current, so I'm still here to talk about it.

I used to be an electronics tech so I've had lots of run-ins with electricity, but only a few memorable (?) ones.
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:icontobaal:
tobaal Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011
yeah, i've had a few god ones myself. think my fav was when the outlet outside arced like 3 or 4 inches to my ankle. no reason at all, it just decided to do it.....
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:iconflytier:
flytier Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2011
Ouch! I've gotten my share of arcs from UHF radio transmitters when I was in the Air Force. Puts a little hole in your hand and cauterizes it at the same time.
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paxinum Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2011
Very nice! What program did you use to render this?
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:icontobaal:
tobaal Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2011
thankx, i pretty much only use apophysis and mandelbulb for animations. this one is apo (obviously). i am going to check out fractron next i think.
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MalDudemaker Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
These anims just keep getting better! Great job :eyepopping:
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