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    I tried to use a fractal in a landscape to apply it to the natural world, the greenery around Brer Hare is all fractal to mesh.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by michalis View Post
    It's beautiful. I love it.
    Under a microscope? Or like these?
    i love this perspective too, thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueferret View Post
    I tried tuse a fractal in a landscape to apply it to the natural world, the greenery around Brer Hare is all fractal to mesh.....
    Wow...this is headed somewhere really impressive. Right now, it looks as though there is too much planar limit, but WITHIN the plane excellent naturalistic distribution. If you could get the z-position of the leaves to vary more I think you are there and it will look totally awesome.

    On the previous 'microscopic' mandala-like image -- have you seen the Radolaria illustrations of Ernst Haeckel? He was one of the early key defenders of the theory of evolution and his illustrations were originally meant as demos only, not as 'art'. Among modern critics, though, he is seen primarily as a great artist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MhueD View Post
    Wow...this is headed somewhere really impressive. Right now, it looks as though there is too much planar limit, but WITHIN the plane excellent naturalistic distribution. If you could get the z-position of the leaves to vary more I think you are there and it will look totally awesome.

    On the previous 'microscopic' mandala-like image -- have you seen the Radolaria illustrations of Ernst Haeckel? He was one of the early key defenders of the theory of evolution and his illustrations were originally meant as demos only, not as 'art'. Among modern critics, though, he is seen primarily as a great artist.

    Wow , a good reminder of how nature is just full of fractals all the time.....Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    i love this perspective too, thx
    @ lvxifer, Thanks man appreciate you not looking to closely at the bunny..... LOL .. Deke
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    Hey Deke

    Really enjoy the fractal piece post #745 on the previous page in here..

    I bet you can get some amazing pond shore line water reflections using that technique......Just a thought that crossed my mind..

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpiritDreamer View Post
    Hey Deke

    Really enjoy the fractal piece post #745 on the previous page in here..

    I bet you can get some amazing pond shore line water reflections using that technique......Just a thought that crossed my mind..

    Glenn
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    Fractal Collonade...

    A fractal to mesh, which was quite difficult to achieve, then modeled and rendered in zbrush..... any comments on how to improve this piece would be
    really appreciated..... Deke

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    Looks like remnant from another civilization .... an Amphitheater, perhaps you could play around with that idea! At any rate very interesting image!

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    Fractal Collonade 2

    After Some thought I decided to repaint this to show off more of the details, I hope ?


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    Quote Originally Posted by chalkman View Post
    Looks like remnant from another civilization .... an Amphitheater, perhaps you could play around with that idea! At any rate very interesting image!

    Cheers, David
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    Quote Originally Posted by blueferret View Post
    Fractal Collonade 2

    After Some thought I decided to repaint this to show off more of the details, I hope ?
    This looks very moss-covered now...as though it was once in use by its civilization but has undergone centuries of overgrowth. It's interesting because the fractality is hard NOT to make look that way because that much organic surface detail instinctively generates the association of biological growth, that is -- we are not yet accustomed to artifacts which are constructed to be that chaotic. I suspect this will change in the next hundred years because micro-automation, 3d printing, etc. all point toward a total freedom in construction.

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    really interesting and i agree with Mhued
    and about this i suggest all of you zbrush eternauts to visit this link:

    http://www.michael-hansmeyer.com/pro...Size=1&color=1

    tell me what do you think

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    Spectacular very interesting for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by LVXIFER View Post
    really interesting and i agree with Mhued
    and about this i suggest all of you zbrush eternauts to visit this link:

    http://www.michael-hansmeyer.com/pro...Size=1&color=1

    tell me what do you think
    Thanks for the link, very interesting

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