DTE-Hubism 2012-11-24 -- Cubistic Sagrada Familia
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|First, a necessitous...... ehm, *necessary* DISCLAIMER:
- My previous Gallery image was NOT in Martian language!!!! Truly!! Neither in modern nor medieval Martian nor any current northern Mons Olympus dialect!
- My proof: "The Bryster" did not complain about my wrong punctuation and that is was all (though unintentionally) rendered in uppercase.
OK, here we go... aaaaaand another one:
- Bryce4 scene and render.
- A frontal plane with a composed material.
- The material is only *one* sole Bryce procedural material. Consisting of three components, followed by heavy tweaking of their Phase-Type, -Mode, -Octaves and Filters. (iirc, it being the same base material as in my previous upload, with just a different Phase-Type and Phase-Mode.)
- Only few postwork applied: To slightly increase the contrast, to add a frame and to convert/reduce the file format/size for upload.
I will post few more of these DTE-Hubisms during the next days. Whereas my next upload will finally be in clashy COLORS with at least 50% "ICSC" (i.e. IKEA Carpet Style Compatibility)! Promised!
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This is so cool and an excellent image!
AH!AH!AH!thanks dear ArtFriend... I am very happy to make you smile !!!
splendid composition and creativity !!!
"Come in Tokyo!!"
Your signal is fading! Grab your grid leak bias and
tune in. HELP!!
After looking at these cool images you do, I just wondered what happens to your eyes afterwards?!!
Way cool again.. anyone for backgammon hehehe!
These are fascinating! And this one is quite aptly named, except for one problem: It needs garish colors to qualify. @ Roywig, be glad he didn't PAINT that. I had an art teacher who did paint stuff like that.
I really like this one.
Another fantastic one, Hubert.
Like icecles and snow.
Excellent image, well done.
this one really rocks
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