Epsidyian Seven

Rolando Burbon

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12/21/2012

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Bridgeport, CT - United States

Simply gorgeous ! F/V

Rolando Burbon replied:

Thank You Ivelina The Central Piece Of The Piece Is The Ship From My Piece The "Exploration Of Space" Which Itself Was Derived From My Other Piece "Light Spear - The Cyrineous Probe"

Minneapolis, MN - United States

You make it sound so easy... which I know it is not, except for you!! This is outstanding, Rolando!! :)

Rolando Burbon replied:

Thank You Janet, With A Little Practice I Think Anyone Can Do The Same.

Kemptville, ON - Canada

Great job, Rolando. Love how you can put these images together with so many layers. But your work shows in the quality.

Rolando Burbon replied:

Thank You Mario. The Underlying Concept Is Quite Simple; First Start Off By Creating Isolated Fractals. It Doesn't Matter What They Look Like Except For That Fact That They Should Appear To Have Some Volume To Them. Then Once You Have About 50 To 100 Of These Pick One That's Interesting To You, This Will Be Your First Layer Fractal To Which You Will Add Others To. Move The Other Fractals Around While Looking To See How They Match Up Lighting And Shape Wise. If Necessary Duplicate A Fractal And Position It In A Mirrored Fashion To See What Happens Visually. If You Like What You See Then Add Another Fractal Which Looks Like It Would Fit Into The Image... Keep Going Until You Are Satisfied With The Outcome. Now There Will Be Overlaps, So You Have To Decide What You Are Going To Trim Away And What You Are Going To Keep. Also Don't Forget To Adjust Your Saturation, Hue And Light Levels As These Can Have A Dramatic Impact On The Final Image.

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