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Mandelbulb3Dv176
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WolfSorcerer Feb 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very good motif. Really like the metallic feel of many of your works, as well as your style in colouring and lighting. :D
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TiamatHeart Feb 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much,you're right,it was stronger than me,
I just love that metallic look and I try to bring it in
almost every image:ahoy:
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WolfSorcerer Feb 23, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very welcome. In my first tries with MB3D tend to use metallic materials. However, had to switch to simpler ones to speed up preview renders. My first MB3D, will probably be metallic! :D
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TiamatHeart Mar 1, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
What kind of computer you have,for Mandelbulb
it would be desirable that you have 4Gb RAM.
It would be much easier and rendering would
be much better at high resolutions.You would
have more time in general.You could handle
more parameters and you wouldn't had to wait
several hours or days:lmao::worker:Now I'm
busy but I will send you note these days.I
hope I will be able to help you out a bit
and make it easier for you!!!
:iconahoyplz:
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WolfSorcerer Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Until my old computer is replaced, I'm working on a laptop which has 4GB RAM. It performs nicely. I'm not worried too much about MB3D render times. It's a fast program, unlike Apophysis, which for some a bit more complex crap, can take about 9 hours to render, or even more, ridiculous!. I find MB3D complex in the way you move objects to a desired part. Have to get used to it. Anyway, I'll be focusing on Bryce for the most part now, but will try to find enough time to practice with MB3D too. I find it very interesting for some kind of creations I would like to do.
Please don't waste your valuable time in helping me, no matter how much I appreciate your offer. You spent a year struggling alone with it, and the results are now showing. Being as stubborn as you, I should be doing the same. :lol:
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TiamatHeart Mar 3, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I understand you,as you wish my friend.If you ever need help
you know where to find me.I tweak some params last weak,you
should see it when you have time.I'm delighted how it all
turned out.I had some problems with the formulas that bothered
me almost all year and with the help of some great people here
I was able to finally understand.What a relief:relax:Be well and
have a great week my bro!!!
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WolfSorcerer Mar 5, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much bro! Have to figure out the movement tools first by myself. I'll worry about the formulas later. If in serious doubts, it will be a pleasure to ask you. A great week for you too! :manhug:
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TiamatHeart Mar 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
You're most welcome:manhug:
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EiMy86 Jan 15, 2013   Digital Artist
great dear :rose:
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TiamatHeart Jan 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you so much my lovely friend:iconbeauroseplz:
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