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« on: January 02, 2015, 12:52:14 AM »

Snowy Scene



http://www.fractalforums.com/index.php?action=gallery;sa=view;id=16878

Thought this had a feel of Winter to it.

What I did was generate and save a large (9600x5400 pixel) image and load it into Paint Shop Pro 5 (I know, really old but hey, it does what I want in a paint program without chewing up too much hard drive space and ram when running).  I then selected the whole image, copied it into the clipboard and pasted it in as a new layer.  I then offset the new layer by one pixel down and to the right, then applied the 'difference' effect to the new layer.  This highlights the structures of the image without much of the colour.  The image was then saved and then resized to 960x540 effectively giving 10xAA.

Modest zoom to the following coordinates (you'll have to take out the slashes and join up the digits before pasting these coordinates into your fractal program, I added them as the long strings muck up page formatting):

Code:
Re: 0.263450588183513376256912219980816200324600292371614574366424101138402593/
36702578429841984565638298460662548400908032224362974489869506457572363744/
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26746943732254888748539101994589460440614869929032001882301548606708080189/
28374384167818319928648599852173669927145942
Im: -0.002246993831576272012560168416662750882377132187617585343801674798133873/
57716461425807034046683094852094361931949459708990808394145134745146065386/
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80911665876201320532456503188375794704068071071424203582118853544996498891/
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83910229269589542623351430110120454663065604682979038941708340451681841387/
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28070255957007221011090991202732117690633606964451020776940271770886332556/
24847131219940019129263499842158331562426282
Zoom: 3.10604785132E835


Large size image (9600x5400 non aliased) hosted on my server (please save to your own machine for later inspection as I don't have a huge bandwidth and these images are quite large, thanks) here.
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« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2015, 02:18:39 PM »

Very nice, though it's very dark on my phone.
Have you tried using slopes with a one-color palette?
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« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2015, 06:00:50 PM »

Changed to a better contrast version.
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