Hello,
I'm New to this forum and I wan't to thanks all the parameter's sharer. I'm actually from France and devellop all my work with fractal's, in plastic and numeric art.

Do you know how can upgrade the size of iteration (aka Trap Threshold) with the Direct plug-in > Orbit Trap > Image

Hello, I'm New to this forum and I wan't to thanks all the parameter's sharer. I'm actually from France and devellop all my work with fractal's, in plastic and numeric art. Do you know how can upgrade the size of iteration (aka **Trap Threshold**) with the Direct plug-in > Orbit Trap > Image

Best regards, Christopher F.

edited Oct 3 '19 at 7:42 pm
 
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I'm not sure if this is what you are after but I have worked up a couple of layers for you to look at using two different Color Trap plugins inside the Plug-In Coloring (Direct) colouring.

In the parameters you will find the following:

  1. The top layer uses Image Trap from common.ulb.
    This has no other parameters so here you need to control trap size in the Trap Position plugin above the image plugin. In this case I have reduced the size of the Trap Scale parameter to 0.2 which gives the same size as the flower on the bottom layer.

  2. The bottom layer uses Color Trap Image Tiles plugin from reb.ulb.
    Like the top layer you can change the size in Trap Position but with this one you also have a scaling option inside the plugin as it comes with quite a few useful parameters. So... if you open up the Image Parameters section of this image plugin you can adjust the size of the image using Image Scale. A larger number here makes the iterated image smaller. I have set this to 5 so I can see the whole flower.

Before loading the below parameters you should first save the flower image to your Ultra Fractal 6 \Images folder.

If these examples are not what you were after then please provide some parameters for us to look at (use this flower if you like) as it is difficult to answer questions without this information.

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I'm not sure if this is what you are after but I have worked up a couple of layers for you to look at using two different **Color Trap** plugins inside the **Plug-In Coloring (Direct)** colouring. In the parameters you will find the following: 1. The top layer uses **Image Trap** from common.ulb. This has no other parameters so here you need to control trap size in the **Trap Position** plugin above the image plugin. In this case I have reduced the size of the **Trap Scale** parameter to 0.2 which gives the same size as the flower on the bottom layer. 2. The bottom layer uses **Color Trap Image Tiles** plugin from reb.ulb. Like the top layer you can change the size in **Trap Position** but with this one you also have a scaling option inside the plugin as it comes with quite a few useful parameters. So... if you open up the **Image Parameters** section of this image plugin you can adjust the size of the image using **Image Scale**. A larger number here makes the iterated image smaller. I have set this to 5 so I can see the whole flower. Before loading the below parameters you should first save the flower image to your _Ultra Fractal 6 \Images_ folder. If these examples are not what you were after then please provide some parameters for us to look at (use this flower if you like) as it is difficult to answer questions without this information. ![5d972e0b7cc26.png](serve/attachment&path=5d972e0b7cc26.png) ```` ImageSizingExample { ::5PNCOgn2tbVTPqNMQ07Ix/BrcnQSYDQ2qUp2tSVtS9Dp27ITiD4u+LZb6u0f9dsdyWWtBIcp 9QJS7Sc87Nz4xj98a04KLmd74RIklaZkyoPwxbIID9XUxGE5RMXxIRoHo12tlzTSQbJ0Nbtl FwrM8ei2Um5YXpJ1UrpM6utaqxSFkJvRIQfCrh3fVay0bmmlkWENeknl3jVYllKFd+87as6W //RKph6mC96wYTF2FFSFuia3Xmmk44zJ2ty6S+OmlqwGDyqxCjCrJCb5eiZ8IOWpg1RwbwXJ 6yk4s0iwzy8pJxzzm3+knjg4QUOLeW4BhFbgUyklziXklnPeUjUDOD7NHH/I1ZvcIRoI6qtk q7LlNNoGKjIwcIV+NLWUj11x7a4RIw969lRfcHjijcWQtyQI1QAdTaW60JJxzKKgYQtSJfAM c2UwwrWjpM5ObZKJd54RUhhWTCbXu1aDgTIFw+lkRrLvJbxys08sCI9AkeJWGsvg1toXmPLb WSWvBcFzHitx87JCimW9OqmUZvTykaIp2uGqaHeHD2BO0Es132NYVg5X0rpW3+ppPux/c1mg fc7v9Mb34ut/Xio27mzhzYhiS/n8JsUoUeZvA9j+ERvh0u4qkcuU4Xavj0gh6u7eCS0AswzX iDjg/Lc3XGOn6Qw9SqNnhazKPcusmA1VaOm1nDhyJlH3TnHPNKdNU69Wp1K5T2pOCWoAFc4z yxuSlv3NT0J5d+M7hQ/j7GA4dGi+iI4W4XABlnQ3tTTvA0c5PJGYfaIMq10G7QNv/62y4shg VLtY/t4JXCajloGGDz9kHGOyhbXsRB3Vc8S3nVJ6Pm7KH9dqOWpoaQVhquD1evMQcUnfPJ4m VBMHG2+o9DcFYjozRcgx+fQ7/9B4bQ3vLhC1HPDihaFHTFW4v2dLfT9zSK4BQPSIh8V2O+a8 GJKLW1fbr4naQeY27z7YsuNe/snk6QvByjsbfN40zjXAhSPc2ox1U4qAfTeo3+9gcCIFhMcp Ekr5e9pjnTShW9URN5RgbBK0/Ld+iFLAFDO+h5mkmm1O5NzTWUUAKJC3y7dyAscXTBQx0B20 R+gZ6VGoPZHE81qIEUmYutdwVNgX1AeVD4VNgX1A+XUDY6/3SA1k19o/z3W6flIQrz5AjZXF 0daBdq4QJce/Tir/xjQfXnAH0RRs3joo/5pQneD5UHoAMd1YHbav6iTk4YUFN0ev/l45MA1V vcy7Huq69voq3fDOidnu } ````

Chris Martin
Gallery: Velvet--Glove.deviantart.com

Currently using UF6.04 on Windows 10

 
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You totaly save me. You surely done something that will be writting in some meseum. Stay tunned.
Thanks you

You totaly save me. You surely done something that will be writting in some meseum. Stay tunned. Thanks you

Best regards, Christopher F.

 
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