From the Beginning
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Mandelbulb 3D. Amazing Surf formula with MC render.
Mandelbulb 3D is program for producing 3D fractals. fractalforums.org/index.php?ac…
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bear48|Professional
nice job
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batjorge's avatar
Thank you very much! :)
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Orange-1's avatar
Love it!:-)
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Thank you :) Glad you like it :aww:
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Yeah man!:-)
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fractal2cry's avatar
beautiful render
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batjorge's avatar
Thank you a lot! :rose::rose:
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montag451|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wonderful creation once again, Jorge...Organic Genesis perhaps?:D (Big Grin) Clap +fav +fav +fav 
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Was something like this on my mind, but thought it was too pretentious, lol.
I'm just an instrument of the universe, Sheldon :giggle: :D
Thank you very much of course :aww:
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montag451|Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hahaha...well, it was just an idea on my part, Jorge but when I think of "Beginnings," the Book of Genesis comes to mind right away and as an instrument of the universe, you sure have a knack to explore parallel realities or something similar.  Keep on exploring and discovering new things, Jorge!Nod Clap Astronaut Nucleus 
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banner4|Hobbyist Digital Artist
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kuzy62|Hobbyist Digital Artist
:iconthumbsupplz::iconthumbsupplz::iconthumbsupplz:
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msdte's avatar
Excellent work!
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batjorge's avatar
Oh thank you very much! :bow:
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fenafaith's avatar
interesting
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Thank you very much :)
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Such an awesome work, dearest Jorge. 
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Thank you a lot dear Pia :iconflowerheartplz: Very kind of you :glomp:
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Wonderful Jorge
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Thank you kindly Marije :rose:
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   I had always been an rowdy and curious kid. Being a boy in his 7th year in life, clad in my striped t-shirt and cargo shorts, I often sneak to the nearest creek, which I named Leafy, to frolic and discover aquatic insects as well as the peculiar fishes I had never seen before. Fascination always painted my face as I walk skip along the mossy pebbles, watching and enjoying nature.

   During one of my adventure in that creek, I stumbled upon a rock. With its green facade and wavy structure, it looked more like a coral's skeleton. I was awestruck by what I found and being the kid that I was, I picked it up ran hastily to my Mama.

   After I raced towards the house and entering her room, I saw Mama

   "Mama look! I found a treasure! ", I bubbly asked as if I possessed the treasure of a lifetime.

   There was Mama, laying in her bed, looking into the warm glow of her window.

   "Look at it Mama, isn't it great! So cool!" I enthusiastically presented my artefact, ignoring the mud that's still in my soles.

   Mama's reaction was indifferent. Her face shows little to no reaction at all. She had always been like that, in a vegetative state, ever since the day she got into an accident involving a cruiser traveling at a top speed. Before that, she would always take care of me and Papa, laughed with me, and played together with me, no matter how tired she was. She was the first one who taught me everything I needed to know, and gave me one of greatest love, the love of a parent her child.

   Every time I saw her, being connected to a machine with lots of tubes and mechanisms which was the only thing that kept her alive, my fragile young heart would shatter. Despite that, I would always make a joyful demeanour because I believed that she can still feel and I wouldn't want Mama to be sad.

   After seeing her reaction, knowing all to well that it will always be the usual, I went near her and embraced her.

   "You'll be okay Mama, I know you will. I'm always praying to God that we can play together one day." I told her as I fought tears that is trying to stream down my cheeks.

   "I love you Mama." I whispered as I stood with her, fearing that every moment was my last with her, but hoping that she would be okay in the end.

   But hopes can't move mountains. 2 months after, I stood by her casket, looking at her rested face. I didn't know what to think, what to process, what to feel. I was surprised that I haven't shed a single tear in the day of her burial, maybe it was because I ran out of it.

   As the morticians slowly lowered her coffin 10ft below the earth, I place my treasure on top of it. I tried my utmost hardest to smile, the action I usually do in front of Mama.

   "Thank you Mama." I struggled to speak out the words as a lump threatened to form in my throat.

   "Even though it's short, thank you for the journey you gave me." I stated with tears that was now flowing.

   "I love you." I told her through a sobbing smile. The smile that was genuine. The smile that my Mama would've liked.




   25 years later, I came to her grave, with my daughter holding my hand.

   "Papa, was it true that Gramma was the best? Grampa wouldn't stop talking about her when I asked what she was like" asked my daughter innocently.

   "Yes Fi, she was a wonderful mother. Everything Papa told you is correct" I told her lovingly, thinking how my Mama felt when she had me.

   "I wish I can meet her." Fi sulked as she held tighter into my hands.

   "Don't worry, she's watching over us. So don't be sad." I comforted her.

   "Really? Like Mufasa?" she curiously asked.

   "Mufasa?" I was perplexed by the comparison but after seeing her face becoming gloomy, "Yes Fi, like Mufasa" I told her

   Her facade lit up and was back to her usual bubbly attitude.

   "Coooollll. Now I feel safer! Thanks Gramma!" she said towards the sky then onto Mama's grave.

   "Thank you also for taking care of Papa here. The best dad in the world!" she stated once more.

   Her message struck my heart and I embraced her like she's the most prized possession I have as tears of joy moistened my hazel orbs

   "Thanks Fi. I promise I'll keep on being the best dad for you." I assured her as I cried some more.

   "Hehe thanks! But Papa seriously you're such a crybaby!" Fi laughed and returned my embrace.

   After our moment, We went back to Mama's burial, where a birch tree embellished her place.

   "Thank you very much Mama. We promise you we'll always love you, and remember you." I told her.

   The rock I found was not actually a rock, but a seed which grew into a large tree. Thinking back, I thought me giving burying my treasure was the end of my journey, but it seems to be just the beginning of a lot more.




I'm very sorry for the long comment Stitch is Sorry plz ! It's just I can't help but to write it down after seeing your wonderful art! Also, green is my favourite color! Pervy Green jacksepticeye. Great job as always!Great Job  

(BTW what I've written is just a fiction and I haven't experienced it in my life Bear Emoji-30 (Sorry) [V2] )
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