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Siver World III by montag451 Siver World III by montag451
Created from an Apophysis 7X.10 flame and mastered against a blue background with the same program; this is yet one more minor variation of the original Siver World image with changes in background and foreground colors. This made for quite an interesting piece which will be included in the Siver Space Series...enjoy! :-)
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SiverCat Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Hobbyist
So, I noticed pheonix-karenee saw the Enterprise, so of course I had to look and there it was, which is really awesome!...and fitting for Siver World...lol. A galaxy of stars contained within a single bubble...(with the exploring USS Enterprise, heh,heh)
Each mix of colours has given Siver World as different feel. :) I like this mix too!
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montag451 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi again, Siver...Yesss. Karen saw the Enterprise which I sort of didn't see and that's okay. ;-) I'm happy to know that the mixture of colors and backgrounds gave Siver World a different "feel." I wasn't sure about that but I gave it a go and it all worked out fine. And 15 hours for final render of Siver World III!? Yep. And I think it might be the last I'll do for a while. ;-)
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Karenee-Art Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Professional General Artist
Oooooohhh...

I love the colors on this one too!

(How did the Enterprise get in there?) Hehe.
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montag451 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi there, phoenix! I kept my promise and 15 hours later, here is the third and last installment of Siver World. ;-) I remembered the colors you would have liked to see in the image, so I gave it a go. And holy moly...is NCC 1701 in there, too?? GREAT!
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Karenee-Art Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Professional General Artist
*laugh* I am truly honored! This work is lovely.
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montag451 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
LOL--thanks for the kind words once again and the pleasure was all mine! (Or was it my CPU's?);-) hehe...15 hours rendering, yessss. And well worth it, I think!
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Karenee-Art Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Professional General Artist
In the end it makes me wonder how fast your CPU runs ... really.
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montag451 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, I have an Intel Pentium 4 processor on an ASUS motherboard, Karen. My computer is quite fast but when I decided to zoom in on an image to find some truly incredible things, it takes a long, long time to render the image. Overall, it can take at least 16 hours to complete an image such as Siver World--if I include the tries at color, background and so on. But by gosh, your "challenge" that I change colors and background once again got me to going at it again! So, off to Dremland I went with my computer processing and processing all night long and finally, at about 1PM today, Siver World III was completed. I'm very happy with the piece also. I like bright colors and interesting patterns, so this image worked out just great. And by the way, I've got a Spiritual Series folder also. If you have a chance, you might check out the images there...some of them gave me goosebumps. Really. Good goosebumps...
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Karenee-Art Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Professional General Artist
I have explored that folder, and there were some truly amazing images inside ... I think I faved a few. *laugh*

Yeah, there's more than one reason I abandoned my small effort at fractals last year. I'm glad there are people who have taken the time to understand and develop the art form, though.
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montag451 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh, that's great also. And the Indiana Jones acronym I used in my last journal entry pretty much relates how I feel about doing abstract art, Karen. It's a combination of discovery/exploration/intuition...all at the same time. Matter of fact, I'm working on an image right now which may well illustrate that point once again. Hehe...the sad part is that it's one of those images where I "zoomed in" to find something quite interesting indeed. Stay tuned. It might take another 15 hours or something before I can post it here at dArt! ;-)
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