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Description: Mandelbulb 3D v1.7.9.7 TestFile


The new Diffuse map settings - used here - certainly give a much crisper rendering of map details, but it's nice to have the option of reverting to the older lighting model.

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Posted by: MarkJayBee May 23, 2012, 11:54:01 AM

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Fractal Fertilizer
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May 29, 2012, 11:27:39 AM
@weavers: thanks for your wonderful analysis - I'm very flattered!  embarrass

@lxh: Spot on! This was using the default 'softer' lighting model, which I felt gave
a more diffuse, slightly dusty look appropriate to the 'desert' location.  Yes !!
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May 23, 2012, 07:36:28 PM
Nice lighting Mark. For me it looks like the "old" lighting model which is active per default without the checkbox Mode2. Am I right?
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May 23, 2012, 04:35:04 PM

Master of Masters

Geo says what, any aviator actor knows, rushed from intensification of life discovers  to the superficial surprise of no one,
that, there are places many many places in the universes, where gravitational molecular variances allow chunks of the earths to float!
To us, we are stunned , yes, but accustomed to it! It is normal!

Diagnosis Criteria : Compositionality : unbalanced but counter weights modulating the tense pictoriality : data: background sky-backdrop lofty blue refreshing to us : modulating simulations works! what we like about the concept is
how the artist visualizes the geometrusity in just the right point of view to make it appear we are up in the mountains of boulders, peeking out from behind the floating rocks in the air : data colors : data : lights filters in from the right  : we are in the shadows, looking down at our home town, far away down some  5 miles down-below : data: awesome view
Thank you!

Walk ye, with the force as always Master!

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