Created in UF -I made this in memory of my father R.I.P
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Please feel free to use/modify for your background, or whatever ^^ Image size: 1850x738 (please download for full size) I made this for my pic: [link] (this background is flipped horizontally in my final pic)
My other free images: sky: Roses
Tuts: hair Changing your lineart colour and more in this folder -> [link]
If you switch fast between Cubic Dissolving1-3 you will obtain a very nice animation effect
A 3D slice of the four dimensional cubic parameter space. Compared with Cubic Disolving1, with now glided 0.05 units longer into the fourth dimension. That is the posision along the axis a_omag is now 1.15. The very start of the journey was a little bit inzoomed version of,
This image is drawn with a newer module (see my journal Some remarks about the UF formula Raytrace2). The color map is different. Here the white - yellow colors represents the set M+ and the reddish colors represents the set M-. The original resolution is “only” 4800x3600(x4800).
How to use Volumetric Lights in Mandelbulb3D? => Go into the coloring tab of the main window and click on the "Dyn fog on it" button: it will transform into volumetric light. In the text box next to it, you put the number of the light source you want to use for volumetric (by default it's the 1st one) then you can render the image. If the light direction is not interesting, you can change it using the sliders in the Global Light tab of the light which is selected (make sure that the light in On, and also note that volumetric lighting also works with Positional light, as in the latest image by Kraftwerk). Then you can modify the intensity of the light by playing with the d.Fog sliders in the Lighting window. As a side note, if you use Hard shadows, don't forget to try to tick the "Softer HS" box in the post process window, and try to increase the Radius value. It will blur hard shadow edges for more realistic renders. Hope this helps.
one thing my dreams have taught me is that you never give up, even when you feel like the world around you is pulling you down you never give in you keep pushing forward and someday you will reach that dream you always wished for.
Mandelbulb3D176 Paint Shop Pro free image source bg is from Stellarium www.stellarium.org which says it requires no attribution however - 'tis due in this case to khaoist who suggested the program for sure! It's an amazing program and I've barely just opened it! And I had been looking for the perfect starfield for quite a long time, not to mention the over 15 hour render time on my old clunker or I might even have done more along this line! LOL!
This is a tweak of my submission for Daeurth 's Render Evolution project here: [link] . Note him if you'd like to join!
It's a tweak of Andrea1981G 's [link] "Industrial Plate".
"This is definitely Shinjuku, you know!"
Here's my starter parameters: [link] and there's one more to come!
Thanks for full-viewing!!!
Note about using this and other of my images: they are copyrighted to JM Janzen and my primary net aka Leonie Zurakowsky and may be used for non-profit purposes on your own computer/s. Please link back to this image here if you tweak or manipulate it in one of your own works and post it on the net. No other use is permitted without my permission. Thanks for thinking of it!
Of course, as it's been far too long since I've made something, I have to resort to fire themes to get stuff working. Okay, that might be a lie, but the fire colors were too tantalizing to resist. I had another color scheme in mind, but the other colors seemed to not fare as well...
~------ HUGE UPDATE ------~ Thanks a ton ~tatasz for the re-render in Chaotica
~------ DAILY DEVIATION ------~ I want to thank everyone who commented and added this piece to their favourites Huge thanks to our community volunteer ^SaTaNiA for featuring this one as my very first Daily Deviation, Merci !
Copyright 2012 Brent Black, Dan Roth, & Andrew Dobson Read the latest Brentalfloss comic at the new website! [link]
We got some heat for releasing this strip October 7th, as some fans felt that February 14th would've been more appropriate. But as the title suggests, we did so because The Beatles' song "Love Me Do" was released October 5th, 1962, and the 7th was our first comic posting date after the 50th anniversary of the song.
Additionally, this was only supposed to be a 4 frame strip, which I kinda went a little overboard with...
Merry Christmas to you all! Hope you'll all receive lots of love, warmth and delicious food over the holidays. As always, thanks so much for all the love and support you've shown me, I will do my best to keep going and working hard next year also. :3
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Weapons: punches critical hit katana Hammer Magic knives cutting net shotgun double uzi c-c-c-c-c-combo Haddoken lightning magic stone magic air magic fire magic water magic summoned gigantic cat <wtf?> Heavy mortar Hippy van Desintegrating laser <shoop-da-woop> manga burst alchemy round Orbital shoot THE KEY >>repeat if you've already seen the original click here: [link] And please support ALL of my emoticons at behance: [link]
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Shemeji's are little characters that run around your desktop, climbing around windows and generally looking cute. I've been working on one for Cloud, so I figured I'd share it here and tumblr for folks to download for themselves.