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  • 10/02/12--08:19: Fractal Hyperbole
  • According to Wikipedia, "Hyperboles are exaggerations used to create emphasis or effect." I hope this fractal star spiral has an effect on the viewer.

    This Apo creation was inspired by Apo Challenge 150 which is being held by :iconf--l--a--r--k: (Stan) and the entries have been submitted. Here's the link to the entries: [link] for the Challenge. They are towards the bottom of the journal post.

    This image was not entered into Apo Challenge 150 because I had already submitted one, but I had so much playing around with Apo for the Challenge, I managed to do a few others that I thought I would post.

    Here's my entry for Apo Challenge 150:


    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork in PhotoPlus X5.

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    Art Copyright


    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/02/12--13:16: Spirals and More Spirals
  • This is another fractal I made as inspired by Apo Challenge 150, being held by :iconf--l--a--r--k: This one is with made with linear3D and the Bubble variations only, as per the rules of the Challenge. I didn't enter this one in the Challenge because I submitted a different picture for it, but I liked the way this came out so I uploaded this one, too. I hope you enjoy it.

    Here's the one I did submit for Apo Challenge 150:


    Here's the link to all of the entries: [link] for the Challenge. They are towards the bottom of the journal post.

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork in PhotoPlus X5.

    Full view for detail.

    Art Copyright


    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/02/12--13:30: Spidey's Halloween
  • This is a possible entry into :iconxgnyc:'s (Dee) fabulous Annual Halloween Contest! Here's the link to the journal article about the contest: [link]


    I wasn't quite sure how to categorize this, but most of the elements in this are fractals (web, ghost and all three pumpkins), but there are also some photographs that I took (the moon and the underbase of the black widow spider is really an Argiope Spider) and some clipart or illustrations from the web (the witch, the black widow body, and the Spiderman costume mask and boots). I'm not sure how I will classify it for the contest, but I'll check with Dee first.

    Here's the thumbs of the photos I used in this:
    Moon:


    Argiope Spider:


    Fractals made in both Apophysis 7X (developed by :iconXyrus02) and in UF5 and postwork done in both PhotoPlus X5 and Photoshop CS6.

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    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/05/12--22:57: Color Burst
  • Another Apo for fun.

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in Photoshop CS5.

    Full view for detail.

    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/08/12--14:57: Bright Spiral Light
  • Another simple Apo. Love how the colors seem to emanate from within.

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

    Full view for detail.

    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/12/12--12:56: Julian Rings
  • Just playing around, warming up for Apo Challenge 152 being held by :iconf--l--a--r--k:. After a particularly hard one last week, this week's Challenge rules are a bit easier. Here's what it says:

    Only 2

    Last week's challenge was a very hard one. This week, we'll ease up a bit and go with what I've dubbed a "limiting challenge".

    Choose 2 and only two variations from the following list. These are the only two variations allowed in your fractal for the week. Both are required. Remember to work hard to make your fractal aesthetically pleasing.
    Julian
    Juliascope
    Crackle
    Polar 2
    Rings 2

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

    Full view for detail.

    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/13/12--11:29: Julian Rings Deux
  • This is a manipulation of Julian Rings:


    I just added a little 3D effect to it. It gives it a slightly different look, I think.

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

    Full view for detail.

    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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    This is another fractal created based on the rule for Apo Challenge 152 [link] being held by :iconf--l--a--r--k:. The rules were pretty straightforward. But, I'm not sure whether I'll submit this one or another. I've done several.

    Here are the rules for Apo Challenge 152:

    Only 2
    Last week's challenge was a very hard one. This week, we'll ease up a bit and go with what I've dubbed a "limiting challenge".

    Choose 2 and only two variations from the following list. These are the only two variations allowed in your fractal for the week. Both are required. Remember to work hard to make your fractal aesthetically pleasing.
    Julian
    Juliascope
    Crackle
    Polar 2
    Rings 2

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

    Full view for detail.

    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/13/12--20:52: Polar2 Julian Fans
  • This another fractal created based on the rule for Apo Challenge 152 [link] being held by :iconf--l--a--r--k:. The rules were pretty straightforward. But, I'm not sure whether I'll submit this one or another. I've done several.

    Here are the rules for Apo Challenge 152:

    Only 2
    Last week's challenge was a very hard one. This week, we'll ease up a bit and go with what I've dubbed a "limiting challenge".

    Choose 2 and only two variations from the following list. These are the only two variations allowed in your fractal for the week. Both are required. Remember to work hard to make your fractal aesthetically pleasing.
    Julian
    Juliascope
    Crackle
    Polar 2
    Rings 2

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

    Here are the params:
    <flame name="PW 2 Polar2 Julian" version="Apophysis 7x Version 14" size="683 384" center="0.0450626321782983 0.308838225382882" scale="491.76" oversample="2" filter="0.4" quality="50" background="0 0 0" brightness="5" gamma="3.5" gamma_threshold="0.05" estimator_radius="9" estimator_minimum="0" estimator_curve="0.4" enable_de="0">
    <xform weight="1" color="0.326" symmetry="-1" julian="1.5" coefs="0.61521 0.788363 -0.788363 0.61521 -0.357922 -0.011482" julian_power="50" julian_dist="10" opacity="1" />
    <xform weight="100" color="0.805" symmetry="0.8" polar2="-1" coefs="1.077721 0.424053 -0.424053 1.077721 0.049417 0.040937" opacity="1" />
    <xform weight="3.5" color="0.792" julian="1.5" coefs="0 0.223158 -0.223158 0 0 0" post="0.944227 0 0 0.944227 0.01712 -0.001902" julian_power="10" julian_dist="-0.4" opacity="1" />
    <xform weight="3.5" color="0.481" julian="1.5" coefs="1 0 0 1 0 0" julian_power="10" julian_dist="-5" opacity="1" />
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    </palette>
    </flame>

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    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/13/12--21:09: Polar Julian String Art
  • This is another fractal created based on the rule for Apo Challenge 152 [link] being held by :iconf--l--a--r--k:. The rules were pretty straightforward. But, I'm not sure if I can submit this one because I used "polar" rather than "polar2" on this. But, I've done several others.

    Here are the rules for Apo Challenge 152:

    Only 2
    Last week's challenge was a very hard one. This week, we'll ease up a bit and go with what I've dubbed a "limiting challenge".

    Choose 2 and only two variations from the following list. These are the only two variations allowed in your fractal for the week. Both are required. Remember to work hard to make your fractal aesthetically pleasing.
    Julian
    Juliascope
    Crackle
    Polar 2
    Rings 2

    Flame Name: PW 1b hue shft Polar Julian

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

    Full view for detail.

    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/15/12--08:22: Bright Center of Hope
  • OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH

    This is an Apo fractat that I did in tribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


    It started out using the rules for Apo Challenge 152 (held Oct 8-15, 2012), but then after I submitted one for the Challenge, I started tweaking and using variations not allowed in the Challenge.

    It turned into a rose pink flower with a bright center of hope.

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (develope by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.
    Original params named: PW 6 Polar Julian grad shft 2 signed vlrg

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    Art Copyright

    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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    There has been some terrible news recently shared on dA about some of our favorite deviants.  First, we lost :devkram666:, Mark, a wonderful artist and photographer.  His fractal art was truly beautiful and Mark was very supportive to many other artists here.  He would never fail to leave a comment on my work and I'm sure this is true of the other artists here.  We also shared a love of bright colors and his work was often bright and colorful.  He died last month and the members of the dA fractal community, in particular, have been heartbroken to hear about his passing.  He will be s

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    Just a little something. This child won 1st place in the NOLA Baby Festival in New Orleans

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  • 10/22/12--18:51: Sinusoidal Julia
  • This is my entry for Apo Challenge 153 ([link]) being held by :iconf--l--a--r--k:. Here are the rules for the Challenge:
    **************************
    Supreme Olde Skool
    This week's challenge comes to us by way of suggestion by ~mutequacky. He has suggested that we create a fractal using only the options available to us within Apophysis 2.02. I must say, this was quite some time ago. This means no xaos (and maybe no post-transforms?...I can't recall that far back). Below you will find a list of variations that were in Apophysis 2.02, only plugins on this list are allowed. At the time there weren't even variables for the different variations!
    linear
    sinusoidal
    spherical
    swirl
    horseshoe
    polar
    bent
    hankerchief
    heart
    disc
    spiral
    hyperbolic
    diamond
    ex
    julia
    waves
    fisheye
    popcorn

    I hope you all enjoy the throwback!
    ****************************
    I actually opened Apo 2.02 and tried to use it to create the image, but OMG, how far we've come with Apophysis! Not only were there were no variables, xaos or post-transforms, there was no triangle control tab, there was no way to rotate the triangles and you could size and shape them using any of the three vertices called A, B and C, rather than the O, X or Y. There were a number of things that are not in 2.02, but I won't list them all. Suffice to say, it was a very raw environment and I'm so happy for the endeavors of others to get this wonderful program so far with so many nice features and wonderful controls!!

    Here are my parameters for this image:

    <flame name="PW 3a close wide of CJ JulianTechnique1 Julian2" version="Apophysis 7x Version 14" size="800 450" center="0 0" scale="560" angle="-0.785398163397448" rotate="45" oversample="1" filter="0.5" quality="50" background="0 0 0" brightness="9.22173913043478" gamma="4.11" estimator_radius="9" estimator_minimum="0" estimator_curve="0.4" enable_de="0">
    <xform weight="0.25" color="0.13" sinusoidal="0.13" coefs="0 0.861752 -0.861752 0 0 0" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <xform weight="2.5" color="0.98826042143628" julia="1" coefs="0.570411 -0.570411 0.570411 0.570411 0 -0.3" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <xform weight="1" color="0.754797266563401" julia="0.25" coefs="0.534559 -0.534559 0.534559 0.534559 0 -0.15" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <xform weight="1" color="0.251260035671294" julia="0.5" coefs="0.467849 -0.467849 0.467849 0.467849 0 0" opacity="1" ></xform>
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    </flame>

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:, Thank God) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

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    My artwork may not be edited, reproduced or modified in any way without my express written permission. Modifying my images and/or uploading to other sites without due credit and/or for commercial purposes is not permitted, and will be considered a breach of my copyright.
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  • 10/23/12--15:31: Espiral Dreams
  • This is a possible entry into Apo Challenge 154 [link] which is being held by :iconf--l--a--r--k: Here are the rules for the Challenge:

    Epispiral

    The rules for this week's challenge are very simple.

    In three (3) transforms or less, create a stunning fractal using the Epispiral variation on at least one transform.


    I think I got all the requirements right, 3 transforms and Espiral on at least one. Here are the params:

    <flame name="PW Tweak 3 wide of Plastic Droste Espiral script by BD" version="Apophysis 7x Version 15" size="840 525" center="0.395339159384103 0.395986736804247" scale="252" oversample="1" filter="0.2" quality="50" background="0 0 0" brightness="28.4391304347826" gamma="2.38" vibrancy="1.1" gamma_threshold="0.28" estimator_radius="9" estimator_minimum="0" estimator_curve="0.4" enable_de="0" plugins="" >
    <xform weight="0.0125" color="0.019" symmetry="-1" noise="0.095" blur="0.4" coefs="1 0 0 1 0 0" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <xform weight="10" color="0.242" symmetry="0.88" linear="0.06" spherical="0.5" Epispiral="0.01" coefs="-0.194077 0.264869 -0.264869 -0.194077 0.485846 0.014704" Epispiral_n="6" Epispiral_thickness="0" Epispiral_holes="0" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <xform weight="0.25" color="0.465" eyefish="0.1" droste="0.05" coefs="1 0 0 1 0 0" droste_r1="0.5" droste_r2="1" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <palette count="256" format="RGB">
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  • 10/27/12--12:39: It's a Loonie Espiral World!
  • This is another possible entry to Apo Challenge 154 [link] being held by the incomparable :iconf--l--a--r--k: (Stan). The rules were pretty simple for this and I think I followed them OK. I only have 3 transforms, 2 regular TX and 1 final TX and I have espiral on one of the regular TXs. But, here are the rules for Apo Challenge 154:

    Epispiral

    The rules for this week's challenge are very simple.

    In three (3) transforms or less, create a stunning fractal using the Epispiral variation on at least one transform.


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    Here are my params for this image:

    <flame name="PW 1e grad edit Spherical Espiral Loonie" version="Apophysis 7x Version 14" size="683 384" center="-0.435985033349601 -0.117455669432243" scale="307.35" oversample="2" filter="0.4" quality="50" background="0 0 0" brightness="31.0695652173913" gamma="3.16" gamma_threshold="0.310723648897764" estimator_radius="9" estimator_minimum="0" estimator_curve="0.4" enable_de="0">
    <xform weight="0.4" color="0.792" symmetry="-1" blur="0.5" coefs="1 0 0 1 0 0" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <xform weight="20" color="1" symmetry="0.98" linear3D="0.01" spherical="1.2" hyperbolic="-0.01" Epispiral="0.01" coefs="-0.009435 -0.121644 0.121644 -0.009435 -0.114549 0.059474" Epispiral_n="4" Epispiral_thickness="0" Epispiral_holes="0" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <finalxform color="0.234" linear3D="-0.5" loonie="1" coefs="-0.359355 1.291314 -1.291314 -0.359355 0.135091 -0.486807" ></finalxform>
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    </flame>

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by `Xyrus02) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

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  • 10/27/12--19:21: Webs of Rainbow Lace
  • This is another possible entry to Apo Challenge 154 [link] being held by the incomparable :iconf--l--a--r--k: (Stan). The rules were pretty simple for this and I think I followed them OK. I only have 3 transforms, 2 regular TX and 1 final TX and I have espiral on one of the regular TXs. But, here are the rules for Apo Challenge 154:

    Epispiral

    The rules for this week's challenge are very simple.

    In three (3) transforms or less, create a stunning fractal using the Epispiral variation on at least one transform.


    *********************
    Here are my params for this image:

    <flame name="PW 4a of Sahar tut by Epogh" version="Apophysis 7x Version 14" size="840 525" center="3.34143603373468 0.309482214464267" scale="319.2" angle="-1.28107167096384" rotate="73.4" oversample="2" filter="0.4" quality="50" background="0 0 0" brightness="43.6304347826087" gamma="2.9" gamma_threshold="0.429735797349805" estimator_radius="9" estimator_minimum="0" estimator_curve="0.4" enable_de="0">
    <xform weight="10" color="0.902" symmetry="0.92" linear3D="0.2" spherical="0.9" Epispiral="0.018" coefs="-0.115083 0.137036 -0.137036 -0.115083 0.511512 0.178549" Epispiral_n="0.6" Epispiral_thickness="0" Epispiral_holes="0" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <xform weight="0.5" color="0.335" symmetry="-1" linear3D="1" rectangles="0.001" coefs="0.296054 0.276677 -0.276677 0.296054 0.897255 0.234436" post="0.702839 0.711349 -0.711349 0.702839 -0.510409 1.145149" rectangles_x="0.954" rectangles_y="0.373" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <palette count="256" format="RGB">
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    </palette>
    </flame>

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :Xyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

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  • 10/29/12--15:09: 3D Bubble Garden
  • This is an Apo fractal done using the marvelous Beautiful Colorful 3D Flowers Tutorial [link] by :iconfengda2870:. This is the tutorial currently being done on RedBubble in the Apophysis Tutorial Fun group. [link] This took a little work to tweak, but thanks to the very helpful members of the Apophysis Tutorial Fun group, I got a few more interesting things to pop up. I will continue to play with it.

    Here's another one based on the same tutorial:


    Made using Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by Georg Kiehne) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

    Flame name: PW 4 of Beautiful 3D Flowers by fengda2870

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  • 10/29/12--15:35: Espiral Galaxies
  • This is another possible entry to Apo Challenge 154 [link] being held by the incomparable :iconf--l--a--r--k: (Stan). The rules were pretty simple for this and I think I followed them OK. I only have 3 transforms, 2 regular TX and 1 final TX and I have espiral on one of the regular TXs. But, here are the rules for Apo Challenge 154:

    Epispiral

    The rules for this week's challenge are very simple.

    In three (3) transforms or less, create a stunning fractal using the Epispiral variation on at least one transform.


    *********************
    Here are my params for this image:

    <flame name="PW 5 of Sahar tut by Epogh" version="Apophysis 7x Version 15" size="840 525" center="1.30696155648724 1.33458886010463" scale="168" angle="-0.029845130209103" rotate="1.71" oversample="1" filter="0.5" quality="50" background="0 0 0" brightness="39.3391304347826" gamma="2.9" vibrancy="1.1" gamma_threshold="0.387472669824416" estimator_radius="9" estimator_minimum="0" estimator_curve="0.4" enable_de="0" plugins="" >
    <xform weight="10" color="0.902" symmetry="0.92" linear3D="0.2" spherical="0.75" Epispiral="0.018" coefs="-0.163623 0.07246 -0.07246 -0.163623 0.3737 0.30151" Epispiral_n="0.6" Epispiral_thickness="0" Epispiral_holes="0" opacity="1" ></xform>
    <xform weight="0.25" color="0.335" symmetry="-1" linear3D="1.5" rectangles="0.001" droste="0.128" coefs="0.153971 0.190762 -0.190762 0.153971 -0.064579 -0.291108" rectangles_x="0.954" rectangles_y="0.373" droste_r1="1E-010" droste_r2="0.21" opacity="1" ></xform>
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    </flame>

    Made in Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by :iconxyrus02:) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

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  • 10/30/12--07:26: Espiral Garden
  • This is another Apo fractal done using the marvelous Beautiful Colorful 3D Flowers Tutorial [link] by :iconfengda2870:. This is the tutorial currently being done on RedBubble in the Apophysis Tutorial Fun group. [link] This took a little work to tweak, but thanks to the very helpful members of the Apophysis Tutorial Fun group, I got a few more interesting things to pop up. I will continue to play with it.

    Here is the other one using this tut:


    Made using Apophysis 7X v15 (developed by Georg Kiehne) and postwork done in PhotoPlus X5.

    Flame name: PW 4 of Beautiful 3D Flowers by fengda2870

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