Have not been here for a looong time... Truly, I had no inspiration to do something in Bryce and was ashamed to come here:). I was missing this site so hard. I've been learning Apophysis deeper the time I wasn't here. So here is the result. Hope You like it.
P.S. I'll try not to disappear for such a long time again and will come to comment Your pictures even if I'll have nothing to upload here. At leas I hope so:)
Oh, you've mastered Apophysis if you can come up with such an artwork. It looks amazing. You could try to export the render as a picture and combine it with a Bryce scene.
Join Date: 07.31.2008 Comments: 328
Thanks, Horo, for your kind words. I wish i had any idea of what picture to make in Bryce:). I've learned few tricks about Apophysis, but don't even know how to apply it into brycework. Just blind mind:(. Thats a problem.
Join Date: 04.15.2004 Comments: 1092
I'm sure you know how to apply Apophysis into Bryce. And by far, this is the best of you I've seen using only the fractal software. You even managed to introduce depth of field with Apophysis, which option is often neglected by abstract artists. I'm trying to be as much objective as I can despite my love for this program :) but you get my 5er. Just to remind you - textures, use apophysis renders as textures. Render them as *.png files to have transparency in the image also. Then you can always choose a different background (or another picture) for your abstract render and finally get it into bryce as a texture. Play with crystal objects, refraction, something.. You're bound to achieve something spectacular. :)