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Rachel Duim
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Thanks DJI. A tricky and interesting Bomber+ project. The fun for today: Oak. Credits: Impressionist Curve, Photoshop CS6.

Math meets art meets psychedelia.
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Rachel Duim
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Then Again. Credits: Impressionist Brush.

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Rachel Duim
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Psychedelia for the day, Depth. Credits: Fractal Domains, Photoshop CS6, Picasso Redux, Over Under Sideways Down.

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Rachel Duim
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I was inspired by Chris' Ultimate Rose Garden. Here is Kiko N Times. Credits: Repeat and Recede using Mask by Chris Goldthorpe, Picasso Redux, Photoshop CS6.

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Rachel Duim
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Some abstraction for the day: Canyonlands. Credit: The Perlin Ten.

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This really pops on my monitor. Looks like I can reach down into the dark blue. Very 3D, Love it smile:)
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Rachel Duim
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Thanks Frank. Some more noise for the evening from an updated The Perlin Ten.

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SpaceRay
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Rick Duim wrote:
Some more noise for the evening from an updated The Perlin Ten.


WOW! This example shown looks really cool and amazing how it looks like eroded stone and gives a very nice, lovely and interesting effect, like it much, well done

Seeing it, I really seems unbelievable that the source can be the FF lifesaver!
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Rachel Duim
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Thanks SpaceRay smile:D For the beginning of the week: the Unknown. Credits: Fractal Domains, Surface Texture Engine, Photoshop CS6.

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Rachel Duim
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The Ring to the Unknown. Credits: Fractal Domains, Picasso Redux, Surface Texture Engine, Photoshop CS6.

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Rachel Duim
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From some ideas thrown around in this discussion, here is Many Circles.

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Rachel Duim
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For some reason this reminded me of Chagall's stained glass. Credits: Fractal Domains, Picasso Redux, Many Circles, Photoshop CS6.

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Rachel Duim
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Some Days. Credits: Xaos 3.6, Many Circles, Photoshop CS6.

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Rachel Duim
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Bubbles. Credits: Fractal Domains, Picasso Redux, Many Circles, Photoshop CS6.

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Rachel Duim
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Here's a teaser SpaceRay smile;) Calling this Many Polygons, might or might not release it. Works pretty well with squares and pentagons. Triangles look good, but don't pack that well.

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DJI
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Hey! Very interesting. Great stuff! smile:D I love bomber filters. smile:) I have a kaleidoscope bomber filter that I've been working on the past few days that's just about ready to go. I know a that a lot of people get bored with all the kaleidoscope filters but I really love the balanced images they make. Keep up the good work! smile:D smile;)
"Art is quite useless." Oscar Wilde
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Rachel Duim
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Thanks DJI! smile:ff: Saw your bomber kaleidoscope prototype, looks good. For today, more Many Polygons.

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DJI
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Yah! Keep'em come'n smile:D smile;)
"Art is quite useless." Oscar Wilde
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Rachel Duim
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Ok. Here's another with Many Polygons.

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SpaceRay
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Oh! YES I already thought that the ellipse component could be replaced with the polygon tool to get more shapes other than spheres, but these are not in 3D, they are flat, although it looks good also

Well done and nice

What I also thought is that the shapes can be combined (I mean that as there is 4 bombers, have 4 different polygons shapes, or even better maybe is to have a randomized polygon shape option with a remapping limit to 6 or 7 sides perhaps
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Rachel Duim
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I had thought of mixing shapes, but the idea with this filter was to lower overlapping where possible. I had to fine tune each shape and play with the packing amount. With triangles it is much more difficult to "pack" properly. Perhaps I will allow for a random shape option, will sleep on it. smile:hammer:

UPDATE: I am going to work on the shadowing as well. I have an idea for an improvement.
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Rachel Duim
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Taking Many Polygons in a different direction... maybe... smile;)

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Rachel Duim
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For anyone interested in Many Polygons, I will post it here. I'm not going to release it to the library. I was never satisfied with the packing & depth of triangles and pentagons. It is interesting, and is very similar to Many Circles.

NOTE: This is a FF 6 filter and will not work with earlier versions.

Many Polygons.ffxml
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Rachel Duim
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The previous project has morphed into... Polygon Stamp.

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Rachel Duim
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Something for fun. Credits: Xaos 3.6, Many Circles, Photoshop CS6.

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Rachel Duim
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Bubbles 2. Same as above + Surface Texture Engine.

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Rachel Duim
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Pinball Wizard. Credits: Fractal Domains, Picasso Redux, Many Circles, Surface Texture Engine, Photoshop CS6.

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Rachel Duim
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Foiled. Credits: same as previous + Impressionist Twist.

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SpaceRay
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Nice and well done examples with all those tiny colorful spheres of your awesome filter
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Rachel Duim
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Thanks SpaceRay! I've been experimenting with guilloché type patterns (from a request by Frafra). Here is another one.

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Rachel Duim
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One more pattern for the evening.

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Rachel Duim
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This will be out in the next couple of days. Guilloché Patterns.

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Rachel Duim
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I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles. Credits: yadda, yadda, yadda...

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Rachel Duim
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Bubble Wrap. Credits: Fractal Domains, Picasso Redux, Many Circles, Surface Texture Engine, Over Under Sideways Down, Photoshop CS6. Rendered in the new Filter Forge 6.

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Ramlyn
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Variation on Many Polygons

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Rachel Duim
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Hey Ramlyn, that's nice. Looks like one of your filters already. smile:D Feel free to use the code if you wish to go further.

For today, some more holiday like saturation. Spherical Holiday. Credits: Fractal Domains, Many Circles, Surface Texture Engine, Photoshop CS6.

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Ramlyn
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No. I will not post. It is only a test based on your idea. smile;)
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Rachel Duim
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Some fun and experimenting.

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Rachel Duim
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... and a metallic one.

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Rachel Duim
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A school of fish... smile;)

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Rachel Duim
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One more for fun.

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Rachel Duim
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Trying more things with the filter, here is a new coloring mode.

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Rachel Duim
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And a much better school of fish...

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Rachel Duim
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More fun with a larger sphere.

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SpaceRay
SpaceRay

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Cool and well done

Spherical wrapped images fun experiments, this remembers me when I made also something similar with Morgantao Ball Pit as shown here

The big difference is that here there is much better control of the positioning of the sphere and is much less overlapping, the distribution is better, and there is different sphere sizes
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