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Great Drops of Blood
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Description: Also considered "Crown of Thorns".

Anyhow, always love the DE combinate feature in Mandelbulb 3d, especially to juxtapose fractals with Euclidean shapes.

Also accidentally hit panorama view and thought, "Oooh. This looks cooler. I think I'll keep it."
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Posted by: Rodrick_Thurston October 17, 2016, 12:04:59 AM

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