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Hipster Exposure: Mandelbulbs

Journal Entry: Thu Jun 30, 2011, 2:59 PM
I did some heavy browsing about a month ago but never got around to featuring the gems I found. I will now proceed to spill them out gradually.
This particular feature can also be called "Mandelbulb images I actually like".

Here's an artist you probably don't know about but should... (no i'm not ashamed of being a fractal hipster)

cab1n

some stunning 4+ dimension Mandelbulbs with a lot of movement. these need to be looked at and appreciated more than they currently are, because these are among the rare unique Mandelbulbs that aren't a carbon copy of each other with 2 degrees of an angle difference. I'm really growing tired of the same Mandelbulb images and ideas being repeated in every gallery (including mine), but I really do love a unique Mandelbulb. if you have similar feelings, go and surprise yourself with how exciting Mandelbulbs can really be when you go beyond the third dimension.

here's 5 that I picked.


and now for some individual 'bulb photos (yes, photos), few already quite popular, but most under 20 favs:

Armageddon day by hmn Mandelocular - 04 by ChaoticAtmospheres Zeniba's Legacy by timemit :thumb201031549: Scafoldings by bib993 Cerebral Assassin by GetHighOrDie IFS fractal 14 by KrzysztofMarczak Sierpinski maze in 3D by dark-beam DOF by KrzysztofMarczak :thumb207689011: Roots by KrzysztofMarczak M3D111 by nachoriesco :thumb193405007: Galapagos by Loadus Tartarus by egehlin Into the woods by Vidom KNINI by bib993


enjoy :)

A Collaboration between sedART & petercui
Edited by esintu

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timemit Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Hey, many thanks for including me in amoungst so many super pieces :D much appreciated .. :highfive: sorry I took a bit to reply, have been away and then life has taken a while to catch up on things
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cab1n Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2011
guess I'm quite late in seeing this! But thanks so much for writing about my fractals, I really appreciate what you wrote.
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Loadus Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Thx for including my artwork. ^.^
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GetHighOrDie Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011
Thanks dude!
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krigl Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011
A great feature, some fantastic work there. It's a young programme and many people don't really know how to use it, including me, and just end up tweaking parameters shared by the more knowledgable; hence all the 'cloning'. Mind you, the same could be said for all the easily recognisable 'styles' of UF and Apo too...
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esintu Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
of course, and i have the same attitude to the "styles" in other programs too. and as i said, i have a few very primitive mandelbulbs in my gallery as well. it's a fun and easy program to start out with but a very hard one to actually master.
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krigl Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2011
Yes indeed :)

I don't mind and even enjoy well crafted works in the generic styles and see learning how to produce works in such styles as useful... but hope to go on from there and produce something which is 'my own' in the future.
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Vidom Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011
Nice feature! Very original works indeed :meow:
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pixelcomposer Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011
Wonderful collection! Thanks for including me..!!
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dark-beam Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011  Student Artist
This is beyond amazing, thanks really a lot :huggle: :party:
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snow-valkyrie Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, wonderful selections. I faved a lot.
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egehlin Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2011
Thanks so much for including my work in this wonderful collection!!

The world of fractals offer unlimited creative possibilities and what's best is that most of of the marvelous programs that generate them are freeware and (with a little practice) easy to use.

My favorites are Mandelbulber, Fractal Explorer, Apophysis and Chaoscope...check them out and try them!!!

Very Best Regards,
Eric
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esintu Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm already a fractal artist and have used half of the programs you mention extensively, but thanks for the tip :slow:
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Deceneace Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
how come photos :sherlock:
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esintu Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
i always feel like mandelbulb images are much more like photos than the 2d fractals, especially with moving the camera around and depth of field etc. it's virtual photography :)
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Deceneace Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
that works for 3D models and landscapes etc. too :meow:
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dogsdinner Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2011
Brilliant feature, thanks ever so much for including me :)
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Program(s)*
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This is why I refuse to make anything with that horrid program. :stab:
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