The way I use it, the first step is always a random flame. The program presents you with nine different random outputs, and you choose one. I usually choose the one that looks the most calm and ordered. From there, I tweak individual settings until it looks like I want it to.
This is the Blue Planet Eater. It is inspired by a terrifying dream about exactly that: a planet eater. It looked vaguely snail-like and was the size of a planet.
This is called "Fire Dragons", because after I adjusted the palette, the dragons stood out to me.
I couldn't call this anything else than the Rainbow Nebula.
This one doesn't have a title yet. This one has less randomness and more manual tweaking than most of my images so far.
All of these were made a couple of years ago. I have recently rediscovered and reinstalled Chaotica, because of the backup work. The resolution and size is limited in the free version, but it works well enough for me.