Circly Koch Curve Coloring
What is it ? : This transform can be used to build a layer that will "color" an image using the Circly Koch Curve formula or the Circly Koch Curve Mapping transform. Use this transform with the "Pixel" formula in mt.ufm and the "Gradient" coloring in standard.ucl. Make the parameters "Mode", "Magnification Step", "Curve Order", "Number of Iterations" and "Twist Parameter" with the transform(s) or formula(s) of the underlaying layer(s). Then choose the number of color you want to be applied on the Circly Koch Curve. All the circle belonging to the same "generation" (of the same size) will be colored the same color. Examples :
Circly Koch Curve Mapping
What is it ? : This transform maps a part of the underlaying image in the circles of a Circly Koch Curve. The Parameters : Magnification step : Define how smaller will be a "son" circle compared to the parent one. Curve Order : Define the symetry of the curve. Center\Rotation\Size : Allow you to modify the part of the image that will be mapped onto the curve. Stabilize ? : If enabled, all the images in the circles have the same orientation. Examples : Look at the one for the Circly Koch Curve coloring.
Circly Koch Curve Scissor
What is it ? : This is a scissor that has the shape of a Circly Koch Curve The Parameters : Magnification step : Define how smaller will be a "son" circle compared to the parent one. Curve Order : Define the symetry of the curve. Center\Rotation\Size : Allow you to move\rotate\magnify the scissor.
Rotating Koch Curve Scissor
What is it ? : This transform works like the Koch Curve Scissor but instead of setting
the inside of the Curve to solid color, it rotates it. You can specify
the rotation angle with "Rot. of the Inside".
Squarry Koch Curve Mapping
What is it ? This transform cut off a square in the underlaying image and map it on a Squarry Koch Curve. The square to be cut off is defined by the Center\Rotation\Size parameters. The other ones work exactly like in Squarry Koch Curve. If the "Stabilize ?" switch is enabled, all the squares will have the same orientation. Examples :
