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Apo Museum Gift Shop by wolfepaw Apo Museum Gift Shop by wolfepaw
Playing around with the Grand Julia 3D Cubes script by :iconmurdocsnook: found in the Super Massive Script Pack 3 by =Fractal-Resources [link] and just happened to find a great place to store some of my little Apos that I use for my collages. Sure is full. Maybe I'll have to do another one for the rest of my bits.

Anyone need to rent some space?

All items in image made using Apophysis 2.08 3D Hack and I "boxed" and "shelved" the Apo items in Photoshop CS.

Full view for detail and download is 1280x1024.

Update 08-17-09: Based on comments I received, I renamed this from a Warehouse to a Museum Gift Shop. I hope you agree with the change.


I have borrowed :iconmarthig:'s copyright declaration which she kindly allowed deviants to use due to the "Share" button angst.

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TanithLipsky Featured By Owner Apr 27, 2013
wowl cool
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much, Tanith!! I'm glad you enjoyed this collage! It's an oldie, but one of my favorites. It was a perfect setting to show off some individual "fractalets".
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arcadian7 Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
how do you get these flames to be so vibrant? I'm failing miserably in getting mine to really 'pop' like these do... absolutely gorgeous!
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much! I really appreciate the lovely comment.

The secret usually is in the Color Symmetry. You need to play with the numbers on each transform. It will vary depending on the variations and the weights on each. If I have a transform that has a heavy weight, I might give it a color symmetry between 0.975 or 0.995 and in that same flame, if I have a triangle with a very low weight or at least a lower weight, I give it a color symmetry of -1. For some reason that tends to pop out all sorts of colors, most of the time. This is not a hard and fast rule, but when I want colors to come out, I try this first. If it doesn't work, I try other symmetries and weights for the transforms. Not all flames will pop well. I'm not sure what makes the difference, but that's what I have found. Then, I also do post render processing on the flame in Apo before I save it and then I play with the light curves a bit in GIMP. I hope this info helps you find the color in your flames.
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arcadian7 Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
your work really is beautiful. I consider your renders as models I want to aspire to be able to do - including your gorgeous collages. thanks so much for taking the time to explain this to me. I wish there was a place that offered discussion of basic work flow... I'll have to look into downloading GIMP as I use an old Photoshop Elements program at the moment. I'll keep trying to explore the program... I've played with some things but hadn't found the part to make the flames pop. Now, at least I have something to try...
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Lupsiberg Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2009   General Artist
This is just amazing :worship: :clap: :boing:
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you very much! I'm so pleased you like it. I had so much fun stocking the shelves and cubes with the fractalets. I have a mind to do another one with other fractal bits I have lying around. I have tons of them.

I really appreciate the view, the comment, and the :iconfavoriteplz:!!
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Lupsiberg Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2009   General Artist
I wouldn't mind seeing another one :D I think it's very special :nod: :nod:
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marthig Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Aww Peggi, first you don't need to credit me for the copyright, I am not even sure it's valid but at least makes a statement :D

Now this composition, as I've seen commented by someone else, really looks like a crystal souvenir shop. All the pieces look so delicate and fragile, even the "flying carpet" :D
Congratulations, it's a :+fav: of course but thought it called for a comment :D :nod:
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wolfepaw Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you, Martha, for your comment! I changed the name to reflect the "gift shop" feel of this. I'm so glad you liked it. It was a lot of fun filling the shelves with things.

I appreciate you letting me use your declaration. It says it all.
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