Guess that Fractalist! Vol. VIIHello!More Like This
Welcome to the seventh issue of Guess that Fractalist!
Let's reveal the mysterious person from last game...
The mysterious fractalist to be guessed was...ElenaLight!
Here's a little feature of who guessed right!
Every Tuesday we'll choose a mysterious fractalist that you guys have to guess. We'll give you three hints (including gender and nationality) you can somehow spot in the artist's profile and some pictures from their galleries (not direct linked of course).
We will reveal the name of the mysterious fractalist in the next challenge, and feature those who guessed correctly.
Please don't cheat and use the Google Images search engine to find out the fractalist we're talking about.
This fractalist is a guy from Italy;
He's famous for his contributions to a particular fractal
Amazing Art Works FeatureMore Like This
I Wanted to Share some Amazing Art works I have found
Stop By and Pay a Visit To These most wonderful Artist
About of flowers I by BillyNikoll Resting place for a butterfly by poca2hontas
3e3w by Placi1 Charisma by Lust0fADeeperPain
Gorgeous - Free To Use by Undead-Academy&
Daily Fractal Feature 7th May 2015Daily Fractal Feature for 7th May 2015More Like This
On a daily basis we, at DailyFractalFeatures, are aiming to showcase
a small selection of fractal artwork to the community.
We are proud to feature today's Daily Fractal Feature! you can show your
support by ing this article.
Power of life by dark-beam
Such an unusual MB creation, fantastic gnarls
Reflections of complexity by rosshilbert
Striking peppermint geometrics!
There's just a lot going on... by Virginia-Fred
Great MB bulbs with fab use of colour mapping
VEERED by deTate
A striking Julia!
Some of my Favorites FeatureJust Wanted to share SomeMore Like This
Amazing Art Works I have Found
these are very Beautiful Works
Go Pay a Visit and take
look see in their Galleries
And fantastic and Wonderful Art works
I Just Loved them they are So Amazing Awesome.
Power of life by dark-beam
Deadly by poca2hontas
Good things comes to does who wait! by Aqualoop31
Blue Roulette by VBmonkey26
Springtime by dark-beam
Engine Room v2~tweak by Topas2012
JTR Pong 93 - Keep to the Path by Almog53
Like Fire and Ice by recycledrelatives
Amazing Surf 2 and Quadrat3D by IAmThatStrange
At the Bottom of the Garden by heyday93
The Fallacy of Truth by LightBulbMoon
ASurfMod1~3 by Topas2012
Embedding the Cube by gannjondal
Metal gnarly by dark-beam
An Amazing Surf 2 GuidelineMany people went a bit frustrated on not getting anything “cool” from the new Amazing Surf 2 formula recently made by Luca, aka dark-beam :icondark-beam: for Mandelbulb 3D.More Like This
If you haven't it in hand you can get it here: http://www.fractalforums.com/mandelbulb-3d/custom-formulas-and-transforms-release-t17106/
Here's a brief indication on how you can get nice patterns out of it without hair pulling
I've assumed that you already put on the first slot the Asurf2 formula.
So, let's change some values:
Min R= 0.1
Rotate1 Z= 8
It would look something like this:
Now go on the Julia tab in the main window or in the 3D navi, as you most prefer, and input the following values:
Now that's it, you're done basicall
Isolating Structures In MB3DHow to clean up your image background ~More Like This
Wow. I haven't done a journal in ages. I thought I would share a little trick for getting a nice clean background when you want to isolate a structure in Mandelbulb 3D. Why? Because sometimes the structures behind the main focus of your image or the main structure are either just small repeats of the main structure, or they are fragmented and in one way or another just not as interesting. Or the background might bury the foreground object in detail or draw attention away from what you really want the viewer to focus on. People strive for a lot of detail, and that's fine, and sometimes it works. But often I find that there's no main focus to frame your point of view. (Edit: I forgot to mention this is made using Mandelbulb 3D version 1.8.2 and I fixed a few typo's!)
Sometimes you're able to focus on the foreground structure through clever use of fog, lights and depth of field settings. Nothing wrong with that either, so this is just another