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January 13th, 2008


nil_nil_nil
11:50 pm
A couple new dA submissions under the cut (follow image links for full view).

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December 20th, 2007


mr_messy
10:53 am - Xenodream Animation
This is a really big file. It is just over 100 meg in size. The frames were created with Xenodream and assembled in Quicktime 7. This is basically the same object that I showed in the "snippet", but viewed from a different angle.

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Current Mood: groggy... I have a cold

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mr_messy
08:39 am - Cubic Dreams
This is another Xenodream image. The only post-production work was to fill in the black background with a pattern using Paintshop Pro 11.


Current Mood: busy

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December 19th, 2007


mr_messy
08:51 pm - snippet of a Xenodream image
I use a remarkable 3D Fractal program called Xenodream, which I chanced upon a few years ago. It has, well, amazing scope and versatility. I posted an animation here a couple months ago that was done withe Xenodream. They have just released a trial version that you can download and play with.

This one is actually a full sized snippet of a much larger render. The original render was 12,500 x 10,000 pixels and was done for a contest. At 300 dpi, the original is poster sized. It took about 72 hours to render on my 2 ghz duo core, so yes, big ones take time. Smaller sizes, say, 1024 x 768 will take considerably less time, even under an hour depending on the type of fractal being modelled. This one was originally saved as an uncompressed jpeg. Other formats are available such as PSD so that you can use your fave graphics editor for any post production work.

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Current Mood: artistic

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December 18th, 2007


technolope
12:26 pm - Here's an actual fractal...
...because I tend to not do fractals, per se.

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Geometry was from Kris at http://www.phidelity.com/, though I don't quite know the software that he uses. I rendered it in Radiance with two ambient bounces at 16k.

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November 30th, 2007


nil_nil_nil
02:05 pm
Last deviations, under the cut. Not reassuring ;)

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November 28th, 2007


technolope
11:28 am - "Natural" fractals


Some self-similar behavior appears in this image of two-dimensional fluid flow: swirling eddies appear at multiple scales and behave similarly. Being a "natural" (though computer-simulated) phenomenon, the fractal behavior exists only between finite large and small scales, and not at all scales like a true fractal. The largest scales are limited by the domain size, and the smallest scales are limited by the simulation resolution.

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November 21st, 2007


nil_nil_nil
08:20 pm
Latest dA submissions under the cut. Enjoy.

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November 13th, 2007


nil_nil_nil
07:05 pm
Not been up to much lately, however...

Scorching wind

Current Music: Tiamat - A deeper kind of slumber

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October 20th, 2007


mr_messy
01:04 am - Xenodream Animation

This is my first serious animation with the Xenodream program. I bought it several years ago with birthday money and have had fun ever since. It was worth every penny, and more. I recently saw a pretty stunning animation - sorry, not sure here I put the link - and decided to give it a shot. It turned out to be a lot of fun, and the results are pretty darn cool if I do say so myself.




[edit] I was having trouble embedding a quicktime player in a post, so here is the link.

Link : http://www.pooki.net/xenodream/bristlecone-1.html
Current Mood: satisfiedsatisfied

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