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Description: This is as close as I can get to making a water molecule. It is hard to get the bond-angle right without making the oxygen atom look ridiculous. tongue stuck out

made with kalles fraktaler. Formula:
f(z)=(0.0+50.0i)*z^2+z^3+c
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Height: 810 Width: 1436
Keywords: Water 
Posted by: TheRedshiftRider August 22, 2016, 12:43:33 PM

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August 22, 2016, 06:56:59 PM
Quote from: Sockratease
Looks like a painting by Watteaux   wink

 cheesy He often used aquarelle, right?

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nice in its simplicity

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nice in its simplicity
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Looks like a painting by Watteaux   wink

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