A little bit of Spring by three_grrr ()
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This is Bunny and Bart's new script released last night , Split Cylinders. It has a whole bunch of plugins to choose from and this is with sschecks plugin. I tried the script out in 208 3D hack, and half the plugins generated ittsy-bittsy flames. I took it to the max using the camera zoom function, and it took me 2 hours to render, and that was at using a quality of 10. I usually render at 100 which gives a nice smooth render. I mentioned to Bunny how dinky some of the flames came out, and she said to use the 208beta version of Apo, and WOW, does that make a difference in everything! Sometimes it pays to pay attention, LOL!
This is how the flame came out, I didn't tweak it, so I don't really see it as "mine", but it was SO pretty, I had to post it anyway. Layered, framed, sig applied in PSP.
Another excellent script from the fabulous team of Bunny and Bart!
The comments on the previous post were so much fun to read, you guys rock! Thank you for all the faves too.
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WOW! Rita, this is gorgeous! I love the white background. I figure if you make it, it's yours! ;o) Superbly done my dear friend. Splendid work. For everyone else, when we or I release a script, if it doesn't have 3D in the name, it is for the 2.08beta version of Apo only. Hugs for you Rita! Bunny
Finally something bright.... wink... wink. Your sublime piece of modern high art is very well done and we can now clearly see, that the experiments in such a complex case where certainly more, than just worthwhile. Of course we do also expect the upcoming spring, and when the summer unequivocally takes place, then I may wear my new Charlie Rocket White Retro Woody Surf Swim Shorts right away. Can almost not wait any longer to go down to the river. I hope though, that time passes not as fast as it did in the last few years.