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Using L-System in Inkscape

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Bitesize
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Message posted at 08/13/2012, 06:46:50 AM by Bitesize
I've been searching on the net for tutorials for Inkscape so I can learn more. Some searching revealed something called the L-System used in Inkscape. It uses fractals to create complex designs, as far as I understand.

Does anyone use this system or is it allowed to be used in vector submissions to Dreamstime?

http://penguinpetes.com/b2evo/index.php?title=inkscape_tutorial_l_system_fractals&more=1&c=1&tb=1&pb=1

I think it's a really cool system and didn't even know it existed.

Any thoughts and comments would be appreciated thanks.
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Debspoons
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Message posted at 08/16/2012, 23:07:44 PM by Debspoons
Very interesting....I have a hard time with numbers, and run the other way most of the time.
I use Inkscape for my illustrations

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Bitesize
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Message posted at 08/17/2012, 03:32:20 AM by Bitesize
me too, maths wasn't my strong subject but for some reason the challenge draws me. Will be giving it a try just for fun to see what happens but I hear that it draws heavily on your computer's system.

ooh, i've come across some wow photoshop tutorials. I think they are more for CS6 but I'm going to check them out and see where I can use alternative settings etc what my PSE doesn't have I'll find a way around it. Then if successful will think of posting on the blog for others.
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