some more mandelbulber images

Started by inkydigit, October 19, 2011, 07:02:01 am

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Kadri


My 10 year old son said "cute" when he saw the first picture  :) Nice!


rcallicotte

So this is Disney World.  Can we live here?


Zairyn Arsyn

colorfully pleasant.
both are good, but ornaments is my favorite
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Pentagular Dark

I was hoping some more of these would be posted here! I agree, ornaments is the best.
GAH!!! Don't look down here! Look at the posts man!

j meyer

Cool cauliflower cheshire cat ;D
Keep them coming!

N810

I did one on some blue fractial mountains i have been meaning to post...
Hmmm... wonder what this button does....

TheBadger

these are cool. I have been paying attention when I see some one mention this stuff too. Can anyone tell me if there is anyway to import something made in this program into tg2? Just thinking out loud
It has been eaten.

inkydigit

Quote from: TheBadger on October 20, 2011, 04:29:18 am
these are cool. I have been paying attention when I see some one mention this stuff too. Can anyone tell me if there is anyway to import something made in this program into tg2? Just thinking out loud


you can create an environment map in tg, use this in mandelbulber and save the mandelbulber image as a 16bit png with alpha, and post work into your desired tg image....? maybe??

anyhow.

here are some more:

:)

pino:
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/-h_QIXu3gUSo/TqSDoOBf7FI/AAAAAAAAAIU/HMjh8aGlimg/rotated_mbox_2_fracteria_1a.jpg

Cousteau's pearls: 
https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-F1_y556Qe2U/TqSDnO-tjRI/AAAAAAAAAII/0Q0TOhVHTBQ/cousteaus_pearls_001a.jpg

fracteria (fractal bacteria):
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-xwZuUZdCq4k/TqSDm78_N5I/AAAAAAAAAIE/zb2kXp5TS14/rotated_mbox_2_fracteria_2a.jpg

cerebellumia shroomia: 
https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-vNu6spEzTyM/TqSDl2676cI/AAAAAAAAAH8/LFsgkHTQiCg/rotated_mbox_1_shroomic_1a.jpg

from here:

https://picasaweb.google.com/101276318140193603523/Mandelbulber3#5666798958121315410

:)

Zairyn Arsyn

wow. wow. wow. wow.  :o 8)
what sort of render times are you getting with these?
these are spectacular jason, keep at it.

cant make up my mind which one i like best.
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inkydigit

cheers!
all of these were rendered in less than an hour each...
:)

jaf

inky, you seem to really have a talent with that program.  Great images!  ;D
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inkydigit

Quote from: jaf on October 24, 2011, 10:24:26 pm
inky, you seem to really have a talent with that program.  Great images!  ;D


thanks jaf...I am not sure if talent is the word...there are a lot of presets that offer insight as to how these images are created...all I have done is use these presets as a basis, adjust some parameters(scales/fractal etc) and see what happens...zoom into an area, set up your 'camera', choose your gradients and shaders/dof /lighting etc, and click render..it is a lot of fun, but not all of the results I have got, have been worth sharing...these are a few that were!!
cheers again...

J