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Getting in Touch with My Inner Robot  (UF0166) by barrowda

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Featured 2/12/12 in Apophysis Tutorial Fun

Created in Apophysis 7x v14 following this tutorial in the Apophysis Tutorial Fun group. Rendered as a .png file, then blended with a duplicate layer and a black background in GIMP v2.6 and saved in .jpg format, finally scaled up in UF. First in a series of images generated with the instructions in this tutorial called JuliaN Set Outline. Best if viewed larger.

Celebrating the milestones of 750,000 Views (11/14/14), 1300 Features (11/30/14) and prizes in the 2012 – 2014 CHANL Scientific Art Competitions. A Featured Member of Apophysis Tutorial Fun Group, Bryce and Beyond, Brain Science, Brain Arts, Digital Art at its Best and Artists Universe groups as a digital/fractal artist using Apophysis, Fractal Science Kit, Ultra Fractal, GIMP and Mandelbulb3D.

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  • dperalta
    dperaltaalmost 4 years ago

    Fantastic work David. :)

  • Thank you, Debi! Lots of interesting possibilities with this one, as I see you’ve also already discovered. I’m sure you and Jackie will push me on to some really great ones. Best, David

    – barrowda

  • wolfepaw
    wolfepawalmost 4 years ago

    Oh, David! You really took this one to another level! Great render and nice colors!

  • Thanks so much, Peggi! I really thought this was more or less the basic image…I am most impressed (so far) with Jackie’s effort on Julia Lights, but she’s had a few days’ head start on us :o) Looking forward to more beauties from you and the group, David

    – barrowda

  • viennablue
    viennabluealmost 4 years ago

    fabulous work David, love this one :-)

  • Thanks so much, Jacqui! Best, David

    – barrowda

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkealmost 4 years ago

    Lovely work David. Love the colors too.

  • Thanks a lot, Bunny! The color tweaking in Apo has taken a while to master, but it helps that I now have learned how to further enhance it in postwork software. The biggest challenge for me in RB is to make the colors bright enough to be eyecatching as thumbnails, without being too garish in full view. I find it interesting that scale and color are not independent variables :o) Best, David

    – barrowda

  • abstractjoys
    abstractjoysalmost 4 years ago

    Wow, lots of depth and design David. I always enjoy the names of your pieces as well :)

  • Thanks very much for the fave and these observations, Carolyn! I was playing all weekend with some 3D apo flames before I got to this tutorial, so I wanted to try some pitch and perspective where I could without straying too far from the tutorial parameters on this first one. The ones I’ll post today are a bit more advanced – hope you’ll like them, too. As for the naming, I take it as a verbal challenge, like haiku, to make myself, and hopefully the observer, think at multiple levels with a minimum of words, while also trying to qualify for different groups like Inspired Art, Cutting Edge, and Our World of Fantasy. And the most fun part is that after I work up a good name, I use it to search for interesting Youtube videos that I generally haven’t even seen myself before. I owe all these entertaining ideas to the RedBubble environment and the support of talented artists like you, so THANKS to you all! David

    – barrowda

  • Desirée Glanville
    Desirée Glanvilleover 3 years ago

    Fabulous piece David!!!!

  • Jaclyn Hughes
    Jaclyn Hughesalmost 3 years ago

    2/12/12

  • Rene Hales
    Rene Halesalmost 3 years ago

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