is whale too obvious

Fractal Fractal posted on Sep 09, 2004
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Apophysis 1.01 --frame/name PSP8 thanks for all your comments yesterday and your time

Comments (33)


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Pelican 6:08AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

I like the way how the fluke is splashing into the water ;-)

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RNGOERNER 6:39AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Not really; it could be mistaken for a fish. Excellent colors and luminosity.

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saldegal 6:40AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

LOL, hehe, excellent sense of humour!

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chesscanoe 6:48AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

And here I thought it was a pipe ashtray! Great colors.

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redbeard 8:48AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Great looking psychedelic whale! He must have been eating a lot of bioluminescent plankton, maybe some red tide as well.

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mapps 9:31AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Wow very cool :-)

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CarolSassy 9:57AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Just looks so pretty! Great colors and forms! Wonderful work! (:

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kimpe 10:02AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Sweet.... Love it!

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Henny31 10:13AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

the fantastic coloring caught my eye and I love the tiny little parts trailing behind at bottom richt.

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rocserum 10:33AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

a very effective wale image. RS

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Asylumc3 10:39AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Awesome whale!!! This is really an amazing form and the colouring is beautiful!

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miwi 11:27AM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Klasse !!!!

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locomouse 2:23PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

You know something? Murano (my favourite glass craftsmen) make a glass whale very much like this one! The internal irridescence and refraction is truly amazing in your beautiful sculpture! 1.01 eh? Wow... I'm very impressed!! :)

jstsittinghere 2:26PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

very cool and beautiful

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maud 2:52PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Excellent title for this great design! Awesome whale, Magnific colors and lighting..Nicely done :)

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KITCHAOS 3:10PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

A fantastic whale Richard! is it obvious? well...yesitis

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D.C.Monteny 5:25PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Cool, a whale on an acid-trip ;-) Just love this funky image, great and original apowork!! V

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dream12 6:15PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Chris beat me to that one-liner. lol And I have to agree with locomouse, it really is like irridescent glass. Very striking. Excellent image.

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squeeka 6:26PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Beautiful! Love the iridescence and colors! Excellent hon :) hugz&cuddlz~jen :)

LFNForever 6:31PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Ultimate awesomeness!!! :)

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paragon5 7:27PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Great image! Love the electric coloring! This is what they would have looked like if I had been the one to design the coloring on the real whales!:)

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jocko500 7:58PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

that do look like a whale super good

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spiegel428 8:42PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Very cool!

fractalinda 10:27PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

It's pretty obvious, but why shouldn't it be. It's awesome and beautiful!

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leda_moon 11:01PM | Thu, 09 September 2004

Very awesome and so beautiful!!!

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classyladytwo 1:43AM | Fri, 10 September 2004

Certainly does take on the shape of a whale beautiful work **

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MrPsiquedelico 4:46AM | Fri, 10 September 2004

why not call a spoon a spoon? all in all this is lovely

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i-popba 12:04PM | Fri, 10 September 2004

Excellent colors....very impressive...so cool...love it.

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melevos 1:52PM | Fri, 10 September 2004

Fantastic whale!!!Beautiful work!!

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alightningstorm 4:54PM | Fri, 10 September 2004

An excellent observation, you have one fine pschydelic whale photo there =) Just love the colors!!!

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