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Please do visit the artists galleries and give them some love.Old Boy by
I would like to extend a warm welcome to Louise Wagstaff who joined DA just 2 weeks ago. She has been using UF for a number of years and I recall using one of her tutorials from UTube when I first started with the program. She told me she lost all her work and is having to start again. Many of us can relate to that!
Enchanting little shoots from Iago, who hails from Spain. A promise of Spring around the corner, though here in the UK my bulbs are already up amongst the mud and mire and providing fodder for my little rabbit and my chickens!
Strange Phenomenon in Knitting Format by
An amusing title from Gloria and an interesting piece. Now how does it go....K1 p2 ...... anyone got a pattern for whellies!
Mandelbulb rings points splash mosaik marmor stone by
Udo hails from Germany and has been with us for one year. He has made a whole series of these unusual pieces in MB3D. I am not even going to try with the title.
Intriguing designs reminiscent of UF.
Crazy Euler - MB3D - 456 by
If any of you have tried using a colour map on this type of MB3D fractal you will know how easy it is to overdo it and end up with something crazy. In this one Sinisa and Dana have managed to retain the distinctive shapes whilst adding lashings of colour. The central sphere on its little ornate legs is particularly eye catching.
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