Merci. Non je ne vois pas de tuto. Le truc c'est que la transparence se gère via les couleurs dans le gradient Diff de l'onglet Object. La transparence de chaque couleur est gérée indépendamment via la barre supérieure (la 3eme) de chaque slider.
I don't find this visually appealing, for one. I guess I'm the only one, as I searched through all the other comments and I didn't find anyone else stating any sort of displeasure with this (unless you flagged anyone who didn't like your image as Spam. You didn't flag everyone who didn't like your image as spam did you?)
I'm willing to back up my claim here though, because honestly I like the idea of it, and if it were handled properly, this would have probably found itself on my favorites list, along with those who I spread it to.
Firstly, the focus seems to be the center of the image, which makes my mind th ink this is more of an elevator image, The center (which seems to be below the horizon line) holds WAY MORE depth than makes sense to me. along with that, The crystals themselves all seem like a copy paste of the same crystal, this becomes obvious quickly, as it is the focus of the image. It makes the image appear if it was done hastily.
Regardless, It did catch my eye, and lead me to have a look at your gallery (which is pretty darn good), So all in all, I'd say this is image is good for that.
This is so amazingly beautiful! the reflections and jagged edges make it really visually alluring and it seems like you could find some meaning in it...like happiness and then betrayal or something...? ANyway, awesome! I always LOVE your fractals!