Mandelbulb3D Experimenting, as a beginner, with all the possibilities. Which is endless by the way... Thanks for all here at the forum, you got me this far very quickly! Thanks Len for your dedication to the forum.
Aug 18, 2012 7:59:13 pmby Lenord Homepage »
Nice details and gradient, well done.
A couple of tips, I see the Flat cut edges in the center there, a way to get rid of those less flat and featureless areas is to Run Inside/Outside Render simultaneously.
Also the Jaggies on the straight edges is a result of no on the fly Antialiasing from the Render engine, MB3D dosn't do that like some(one reason it's so fast) you can get AA by Rendering this 2 or 3 times larger then Saving the image after reducing the viewing size to 1:2 or 1:3 which will reduce the size while using a Lanczos algoryrhm AA, smooth them Jaggies out. Or do like I do, Render large and save 1:1 and use Photoshop for postworking the jaggies out by hand.