that is a very very great compliment my friend..you made my day .. I find so many beautiful things with it, thank you for making it possible for me.. I will post more here and on FF as well as on the Flikr page so you can see.. The framentarium group icon is from this script also
when you open these parameters does it look and render just the same as this image? I hope so, then others can make even better improvements to my colour and lighting
<<when you open these parameters does it look and render just the same as this image?>> Yes! You may need to set AntiAliasScale to a value between 1 and 2. Otherwise, the picture will not be antialiased in continuous render mode.
Tim, this is outstanding!! Wonderful depth and details! I just went to the Fragmentarium website and I hope I understand the instructions to install it, much less to use it! If I can get something half this good, I'll be thrilled!
Thanks Peggi.. glad you like it ... I think it installs pretty much straightforwardly.. I just unzipped it and stuck it in my prog files list.. There is a whole lot in it that is very similar to MB3D but it also allows you to use 2D systems and there are aspects to it that are beyond mb3d but most of us will not use the programming side of it.. Just as long as you have a half decent graphics card it should run fine.. I will post the parameters for this one on the Fragmentarium group page next week.. (I intend to do a weekly param share or similar) and you can tweak away at it
Thanks so much for the info, Tim. I'm glad to hear it installs a lot easier than it sounded like on the web page. I have downloaded it, so I will just unzip and see where it goes from here. I look forward to the params. Just what I need, another fractal program to distract me from work.
Wouldn't be a bad idea. I find Fragmentarium more difficult to grasp than MB3D - it feels more like it's for experimentation and heavy on coding. I'm not very good at maths so I feel a bit overwhelmed by all this.
Wouldn't mind if you share the params so I could have a look at what you did to get this gorgeous image?