This also a give back Gift for for bringing this to my attention and sharing his cool find with me so i could learn how also Hope you Like it Gipper.
I created this today with very much help from Gipgm2 and his Knowledge of figuring out how to add some lighting to MB3D Images for folks like me who have trouble with the V-lighting it has helped me and give me many new Ideas also.
here is what Gipgm2 done with the lighting that caught my attention so much Below take a look it looks so close to the V-light and for a person like myself very starved to learn it this will do for a while until I get better
This is Gipgm2 Image here below
This is My first try I know I should have use a cube or box maybe first but wanted to just try this shape don't know why just did so yes what you told me does work
This is what Gipgm2 has showed me to do it's not just like his but close My first Image Before adding to the other one.
After doing what he instructed me to do I added a slight tweak to it some what
I used Gimp's GMIC's Filter also
after doing as gipgm2 had told me to do by his Instructions I then opened another layer of the Image and used Light Rays on it and then they layer then together then done some slight enhancement of colors in Photoshop
and then layered then down together using some Hard lighting and there it was and it turned out very cool it's not V-light like in MB3D but does look kinda close maybe and until i get better most likely will be doing some like this.
decided to take a crack at `f--l--A--r--k's apo challenge [link] . this weeks challenge was to use this [link] tut/method. i hope it follows the rules well enough, because it took almost 9 hours to render...
My submission for 's Challenge 83. for details please check his journal [link]
Please note : The parameters added below are for information and practice purposes, use them but donít post them as is and claim it to be your own work, you have to tweak the transforms and positions and any other detail to claim it as your own, otherwise it would be considered a copyright infringement. If you use the parameters I would love to see your tweaks
My submission for Apophysis Challenge #68 [link] by
Please note : The parameters added below are for information and practice purposes, use them but donít post them as is and claim it to be your own work, you have to tweak the transforms and positions and any other detail to claim it as your own, otherwise it would be considered a copyright infringement."
This week we will be looking to create a fractal that emulates the style of artist Georgia O'Keeffe. You can learn more about her and see a limited gallery at the following link: [link] No restrictions.