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    I like your brain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SammehSAMURAI View Post
    I like your brain!
    Thanks , I like your brain too, nice work....
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    Beat up copper fractal to mesh to zbrush and further modeling and render in zbrush....



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    Hi Deke, very nice work with fractals! If I may ask what method are you using to do these? Keep pushing the envelope!

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    Default An object that looks so much like...

    ...something that lives in a prominent spot in a church or temple! I cannot shake an immediate impression of 'religiousity' while I am looking at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkman View Post
    Hi Deke, very nice work with fractals! If I may ask what method are you using to do these? Keep pushing the envelope!

    Cheers, David

    To make the last series of pieces , I use Mandebulber 3d18, Fiji for the conversion to mesh and Zbrush, Mandelbulber 3d18 and Fijiarer free under gnu license...

    If you are interested I can help you wade through the interfaces.... Deke
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    Hi Deke, thanks I, have Mandlebulb and Fiji and have beeb exporting Voxel stacks into fiji and then the OBJ file into Zbrush. My results while interesting do not seem to represent the whole fractal image and seem truncated instead of complete the way yours do? I must be doing something wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MhueD View Post
    ...something that lives in a prominent spot in a church or temple! I cannot shake an immediate impression of 'religiosity' while I am looking at it.
    Well as Fractals are mans way of expressing the universe through mathematics, I can see how one could see it as religion expressed and I just
    play a very small part in that . The folks who made these Programs are the real disciples for making the tools for us.... Deke
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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkman View Post
    Hi Deke, thanks I, have Mandlebulb and Fiji and have beeb exporting Voxel stacks into fiji and then the OBJ file into Zbrush. My results while interesting do not seem to represent the whole fractal image and seem truncated instead of complete the way yours do? I must be doing something wrong!

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    I call this Cats Cradle.... Fractal mesh modeled and rendered in Zbr....


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    very cool ... it appears to be seen through a microscope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkman View Post
    very cool ... it appears to be seen through a microscope.

    Cheers, David
    Thanks David, This is an example of a fractal that I had to cut, the first time I saved it , turned out to be a 1.26 GB mesh which Zbrush couldn't open ....

    It did take an 850 mb mesh, I was surprised to say the least..... That came in at 8million points....
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    yes i like it , as David said seems something under a microscope

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    It's beautiful. I love it.
    Under a microscope? Or like these?

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    Thanks Michalis, Lvxifer and Chalkman my Impression was of Blown glass on steroids coming out of the furnace.... LOL
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