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
Fantastic Fractalicious Fractals #19Ohoy, here's the findings for this week! No fussing, just go straight to the pointMore Like This
Goodies from the fractal gallery
Check also out :iconbib993:'s 3d fractal prints. I'm not talking about on the wall prints, but real 3d printed objects!!!
And congrats to :iconfractaleyes: She made me freak out with this one. And I'm not even scared of spiders. Just the fat rotund ones with itty bitty legs.
thanks for making me choking my coffee and scare the crap of me and lil'doggie
:iconannakirsten: has provided some nice reading stuff for fractal artists. It's something for every taste. And yes, it 's totally raw fractal
Give'em some love
:icontiffrmc720: She is not new to fractal a