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Eastern Indulgence by timemit Eastern Indulgence by timemit
Bryce 5.5

Thanks to :icontexmanson: for the insight and :iconxeno66: for the mat/gel light hints :highfive:

thanks for stopping by :)
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Ton-K300 Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2011
Way cool! :thumbsup: Heavy!
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timemit Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2011  Student Digital Artist
hehe yeah :D thanks Antony
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Ton-K300 Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2011
You're most welcome Tim! :wave:
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TomWilcox Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011
Nice piece! I love all the secondary images as well.
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timemit Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thanks Tom... Stunned by your mandelbulb pieces..I love the program but my pc doesn't :(
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TomWilcox Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2011
Thanks very much. Are you aware that there is a resources allotment setting? Be sure to set "Intern" to "normal" and render overnight. Also, set threading to the optimum - 2 for a dual core processor, 4 for a quad. :-)

Best regards,
Tom
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timemit Featured By Owner Feb 12, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thank you Tom, I will check those settings..i always tend to render overnight..I think my main problem is that I usually run too many programs at once.. Bryce can render away while I play on Fractal Explorer or Ultra Fractal or such..but M3D seems to hammer my cpu and ram so I can't work on anything else...which makes me impatient :lol:
Do you use the 3D navigator to explore or are you purely using number to achieve your results.. they are all vey well executed :)
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TomWilcox Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2011
If you want to work on another program at the same time then set Mandelbulb 3d at "lower" or "lowest"; if you render overnight, set at "normal".

No I haven't used Navigator. :-)
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timemit Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2011  Student Digital Artist
thanks for the tips..most useful :D
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TomWilcox Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2011
My pleasure. :-)
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xeno66 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011
wow sir! you are popping great POV's! love the reflection and infinity. I can tell a shape change from the normal.

always welcome on helps! glad they are working for you!
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timemit Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
:D yey :D Thanks Ken..i liked the outcome of this set up and the way things are so mad in the background..wanna see the setup? it's got a couple of interesting quirks in it :D
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xeno66 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011
sure if you don't mind... I finally got over my 4 day migraine and my head seems clear. I may be able to crank something out this weekend. I hope!
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timemit Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
migranes are hell... some of the worst times in my life have been spent repeatedly vomiting wih rainbows of pain exploding in my brain with those things...stress seems to be at the root of them and then visual disturbances like flickering lights or ripples on water trigger them..you have my sympathy dude,file is on its way :D njoy
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xeno66 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011
you say it so elequently... :lol: yea, they are not nice, I'm jealous you get rainbows, all i get is huge flashy exlplosions and a world on full tilt. I think lately mine are triggered by the move. Everytime a new front moves through here I get killed. After all DC is the lowest elevation or such, then too I've always lived on the east coast. Hope I get used to it soon. My brain feels like mush. Know part is just plain old stress, but thankfully it's gone.
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Skrabalo Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nice works! Very different then a lot of I see for days. Thank you for posting to B5L!
You didn't want to write 90 degree to rotate box of some axis in multireplicate tool? That's how every next link in your chain would fit to previous and next? Just asking...
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timemit Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011  Student Digital Artist
Thanks...no i seldom want things to be completely symmetrical, just a few things that are a wee bit different draw the eye in and make it less like the usual :D I also wanted the chains to follow the curve of the sphere they are embedded in :)
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Skrabalo Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I noticed that about sphere, good work, thank you...
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