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Something to experiment with beside music...

Rendered using fx101 3D recoded by me through Animus by oppenheimer. Mutated Mandelbulb with negative fog and ambient shading. Lighting algorithm credited to computer112.

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It is breath taking

It looks and almost as if the waves are angles that are gently flowing and splashing by. The designs, colors and emotion included in the painting in phenomenal.

silencefreedom responds:

Thank you a lot, happy new year!

I like the green glow in this one.

I feel like I'm flying over radioactive lava XD. But seriously, I like how you have a green glow contrasting with the dark Mandelbulb color. Very good!

silencefreedom responds:

Hello! Thank you for the comment a lot!

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its awsome

silencefreedom responds:

Thanks a lot :), happy Christmas mate!

Wow

That's beautiful! Well done!

Don't think I have C++ on my new computer, but are there any tutorials on how to make algorithm art?

silencefreedom responds:

Thanks a lot, There are many open-source C++ compilers like Borland C++, Bloodshed Dev C++ or Open WATCOM.

For fractal or graphic programming, check out http://www.fractalforums.com/index.php , place of graphic programmers

C++?

Nice C++ Fractal gen!

This is a very beautiful peace... Getting lost is an easier term to say, because this brings up a ton of internal emotions I don't even want to describe.

Great job!

silencefreedom responds:

C++ is a general purpose programming language, widely use in video game develop and graphic programming. My program is a 3D fractal generator/editor with Manmdelbulb-based and KIFS called fx101 3D.

Check out http://fx101.webs.com/ for more information (remove space)

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