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February 11, 2010
~bo-dion's NAUTILUS is one of the more creative Incendia fractals I have seen. It looks like coral, like it could have grown naturally over the years... or maybe it is some odd fractal sea urchin species. In any case, I love how the artist included one geometric structure (a man-made deep sea probe inspecting this odd underwater world, if you will) to visually contrast with all the organic parts of the image.
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GeaAusten's avatar
oh I like this !!
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marijeberting's avatar
Wow, you really deserve  DD Applaud fella (Reactions) 
mhoonruk's avatar
Nice, very good :) Life in an alien ocean :)
LMarkoya's avatar
A scene Ernst Haeckel would be proud of, great image
IAmThatStrange's avatar
I can sense the water!  Wonderful!
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heavymetalteacup's avatar
Very nice, and well-deserved. Congrats! :)
wanderlust676's avatar
Is this a still from James Cameron's dive in the Mariana Trench a couple of weeks ago?
bo-dion's avatar
I think it's not from this earth...
nahojis's avatar
Wow! This made in Incendia? How is that possible?
beckoing-sun's avatar
all i get out of this is..... WOW!!!
EatenRibs's avatar
i ant explain how incredible this is...
Margot1942's avatar
It seems to be an underwater adventure. Superb!
GreekFellows's avatar
beautiful! groovy! sensational!
the mechanical body is fitting the background nicely.
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junkdogAP's avatar
Stunning! Love the little machine too :)
bo-dion's avatar
Thanks - good "old days", the time I messed with Incendia - first 3d fractal program I started
out with. Was really pinned to the screen for endless hours every day...
junkdogAP's avatar
Hehe, I can relate - had a similar experience when I first discovered mandelbulber.
bex66ss's avatar
Really nice..
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