Thank you very much for your nice yet still honest comment. Yes, it is a bit dark. I yet have to find out how to work with the lighting ... While I need some encouragement from time to time, false compliments won't help me to improve. So thank you again. I could need more comments like yours, for every medium I am working with.
Like almost everything is a matter of practice. To be true, I only started messing with fractal software, because I more likely can do it in-between than writing a story or drawing a digital picture (other than crappy muro doodles). Because I can approach it like a child: playfully experimenting with it (while being faszinated of the beauty of math).
Thank you. There was no drawing involved, you more or less change parameters (which probably goes faster when you know what you are doing). If anything, it's math, not drawing (or experimentation like in my case, I am new to these programs).
Hey, that was my first try with Incendia ... (no drawing included, just playing with the parameters). Glad you like it, though. And thanks for the . As for drawing, well, I am still looking for a good shading tutorial ... human faces or bodies are not the same as cubes or spheres.
Really? It was my very first attempt at messing with fractal programs, I don't even know what, exactly, I did ... just played with the parameters and stuff, until I was more or less happy with the result. Thanks for the , by the way.