As much as I love fire-related stuff, I can't help but think that I overuse it too much because of how easy I find it to work with...but maybe that's fine; if it like working with it that much, perhaps forcing myself to stay away from it isn't something I should worry about that much either...
Also I think I need to make some new fire palettes in that case...annnnyway, I hope you all enjoy it
In this case, I'm manipulating mathematical transformations on an abstract level that doesn't require that I work directly with the equations themselves. The equations are represented by "variations," which are precompiled code, and none of the code is something I see unless I want to dig into the source code for some reason.
I have a massive compilation of tutorials and resources at the bottom left of my page that would help you get started using the software I'm using; I have written a few tutorials myself (which have their own section on that list) that would likely be of the most help, however I don't have any step-by-step ways to how I go about creating things.