Amberlight is a unique art tool that creates beautiful computer generated images and animations.
Millions of particles are flying through your canvas and you can drive them with special fields.
WHY was it created?
Amberlight algorithm was created by Peter Blaškovič within the 'I am an Artist' experiment. The initial vision was to create fractal genre application where anyone could easily unleash their creativity.
WHO is it for?
It was made both as a tool for advanced artists as well as for people who want to expore their artistic side and want to create unique artworks. Have fun and feel free to experiment with this one-of-a-kind tool!
Amberlight 2 Trailer
Watch Amberlight 2 in action in this video trailer and enjoy the beauty of the animated magic it creates.
Add an animated magic to your digital content, enjoy new innovative features and let your creativity flow.
Images & backgrounds
Create beautiful fractal style images, backgrounds and effects and experiment with various fields and gradients.
Amberlight layers are perfect enhancements to your designs that can easily become a part of bigger creative projects.
Switch the “Mix Color” button from Palette Panel on or hold “X” on your keyboard
to mix your color with another color from the color set, palette or the canvas.
Press the selected color multiple times to add more color.
Normal, Darken, Multiply, Color Burn, Linear Burn, Lighten, Screen, Color Dodge, Linear Dodge, Overlay, Soft Light, Hard Light,
Vivid Light, Linear Light, Pin Light, Hard Mix, Difference, Exclusion, Subtract, Hue, Saturation, Color, Luminosity.
Show, hide unnecessary panels, merge them together or undock.
Save sequentially numbered versions of an artwork. The first time Iterative Save is used, "_1"
is appended to the file name. Each subsequent time the number increments by 1 and a new sequentially numbered file is created.
You can see the Rebelle image file thumbnails in every file browser or file dialog together with an image preview when available.
Minimum: Intel i3 or equivalent AMD processor, 4GB RAM, 50MB hard disk space, Open GL graphics card with 1GB RAM, Windows 7, 8, 10 (64-bit or 32-bit) or Mac OS X 10.8 - on these configurations watercolor simulation may work slower, faster processor and more memory is preferable.
Recommended: Intel i7 or equivalent AMD processor, 16GB RAM, 50MB hard disk space, Open GL graphics card with 2GB RAM, 64-bit system Windows 7, 8, 10 or Mac OS X 10.8 and newer, Wacom tablet
Please note: If watercolor flow is slow, press “Fast Dry” button in Layers panel to dry all water.
Internet connection is required for activation.
Fast procedural Amberlight renderer
Fractal genre with more control
Beautiful predefined gradients
Render to image or animation
Special modifiers - variations and waves
Unlimited Undo & Redo
User-friendly customizable interface
Preferences & Custom Keyboard Shortcuts
Support for Retina displays
JPG, BMP, TIF or PNG files with alpha channel
AVI, MOV, MKV & WEBM video
H.264, H.265, huffYUV, VP8 codecs
Support for 4K compressed or lossless video
Drag & Drop image from folder or web
Windows & Mac OS (32/64 bit)
Unconditional 30-Day money-back guarantee
If for any reason you are not satisfied with Amberlight, you can obtain a full refund.
We offer a discount to schools and educational institutions.
The free Flame Painter Demo lets you try out almost all of the amazing features and
make you sure it works fine on your system before you buy the full version.
"I love the abstract shapes it produces. You have created some amazing art programs guys! Thanks for making them and sharing them!" Teresa Cowley
"Amberlight is not only a lot of fun to just play around with, its speed and ability to generate alpha information make it an incredibly useful tool for the artist’s toolbox!" Rocketsledd
"I create artworks and photography which incorporate the amazing and compelling images which can be generated with Amberlight" Jerry Chan
"I purchased AmberLight because of the amazing possibilities for generating abstract backgrounds and surreal environments. Actually, It has been one Wow after another. Great work! Very inspiring to use." Jim Gawne