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Free update for Project Dogwaffle:
The Worley Noise Filter
|V10 HOT! | more downloads|
Note: a few people have reported having problems with the new version of this plugin, but presumably no problem with the older, prior version. If you lost the old plugin, here it is again. We named it slightly differently so you can in fact install and keep both.
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Then copy the file into the current Folder where you have PD Howler 10 or PD Artist 10 installed.
After placing a copy of the file there, start project Dogwaffle again so that it may discover the presence of the new filter and list it in the Miscellaneous filters view.
After you restart PD Howler or PD Artist, you should see the Worley Noise filter in the "Filter > All plugins > Filters" submenu:
Note: This is a plugin version of the filter. We will also implement it directly in a future version of Dogwaffle, which could run faster and may have additional features. For now, use the free plugin version.
As usual, you can also see the plugin in the Plugins panel. Here's a reminder: From the View menu, use Plugins or keyboard shortcut 'k'. If the panel is already open, you'll need to refresh the loaded list. Use the option to the right for this.
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Note that in this example, the new and the old version are both showing. Both still work.
What to do with it?
There are many beautiful
and mysterious ways to use Worley noises, from making it a displacement
map to using it as texture for subtle bump map, to using it as an
elevation map in 3D rendering or turning it into a brush and painting
with it. It can be used as a basis for caustcs and surface waves and
sand dunes too. Here are a few, we hope it inspires.