ATTN George: The transmition in Epiphanies (Spoilers)

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Tue Apr 8 06:09:24 EDT 1997

From: dcornett at (David Cornette)
Date: 5 Apr 1997 13:32:08 -0500
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Spoilers for Epiphanies
Quite small spoilers, but still spoilers.

I was wondering how the transmition to Garibaldi in Epiphanies was made.  
It looked very similar to something one can do using a freeware program 
called Fractint.  The effect looks a lot like what you get when you use 
the program to create a plasma fractal and rotate the palette.  Was it 
in fact created with Fractint?  If not, am I at least right that it is a 
plasma fractal with the palette rotated?

David Cornette  <*>  dcornett at
If Monty Python were Babylon 5 fans:  "No one expects the Vorlon Inquisition!"
  "Can I have egg, bacon, spoo, and sausage, without the spoo?"
If Eddie Vedder was a Babylon 5 fan:  "Triumphant are the Vorlons if they 
  can get there first." (from "Tremor Valen")  "I'll wait for a Vorlon, But 
  I won't hold my breath." (from "Musante's Bed")  "Oh please, let it rain 
  tonight, this bed is Minbari, like Jeff's soul in ways." (from "Kosh")

From: George Johnsen <ndeiprod at>
Date: 7 Apr 1997 18:39:40 -0400
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Believe it or not, that piece started as color bars.  It was twisted
using Flint software from Discreet Logoc on an SGI Maximum Impact using
fractal morphing plug ins.

Feedback is a wonderful thing......

It is certainly concievable that Fractint would work to create a similar

George Johnsen
CoProducer, B5

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