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I made another experiment with DIFS. Something like a simplified Perlin noise, applied to cubes it makes them vary in size randomly. Interesting effects indeed!
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quasihedron's avatar
Beautiful work! :clap:
Well done! :D
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You are most welcome! :D
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dark-beam's avatar
Thanks so much :aww: :woohoo: :meow:
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Thanks so much :aww: :woohoo:
timemit's avatar
superb, the random effect is similar to using seed values in 3D modelling on a 3d plane ..like this.. 
dark-beam's avatar
C4D - images made with that script inspired me! :) thanks!
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Nifty-coolness.....and I LOVE shiny things!
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Just a test dear
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a successful test :)
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:aww: dear - it's supersimple
LaxmiJayaraj's avatar
May be...but I don't have a clue...:confused:
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When you vary the value of xvtn and yvtn, you are changing the amount of randomness of cubes'size.

Setting 0 means you'll get cubes of size=1 on x,y - still the z size will vary :)

And you add a discoball. Colour in red, add a yellow poslight.

You are done :D
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Thank you so much for this tip, Luca...a nice formula indeed...:D
I have downloaded the new version!!:hug:
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