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4,076
Score
3.57 / 5.00

Date
04/06/2012
Category
3D Art
File Info
1920 x 1080 px
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2 mb
Tags
fractal
3d
mandelbox
mandelbulb

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Author Comments

Made in Mandelbulb 3D and Photoshop.

Because I felt like submitting more art that nobody will look at.

Reviews


Meat-GrinderMeat-Grinder

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is fricken cool just finished seeing all your work and well my eyes thank you, I really like the color choice it all seems to work in this piece.



TaldarisTaldaris

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Then I'll take pride in proving you wrong.
I've looked at some of your other pieces, they are all so very real and in depth. It makes me feel like I'm looking through a Biology book.
The amount of detail in each is astounding, and the coloration truly brings out the more intricate details. I noticed you said you made this with Mathematics, which to me is a revelation all it's own.
I particularly enjoy this piece, it looks a lot like coral off of the ocean floor, but also appears to be the waves itself. Turning and rolling like each individual piece is actually a jelly fish.
Please bear with me as I do have a very creative imagination.
On a more artistic note, I noticed that the background is barren thanks to the blank spots in between and around the individual prisms. You might try to add something there, either color, or make it entirely dark. As the way it sits it feels very created on the bottom and almost too realistic on the top end.


Rabid-Echidna responds:

Trouble is that you kind of have to take these as they are. Since the whole thing works together as one equation there's no way of adding anything to the background; it was tough enough to find an area in this formula cohesive enough to get as much detail as I have in the first place.