Ruby Golden Orb Of Xzendor7 003-3-1

Rolando Burbon

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Ruby Golden Orb Of Xzendor7 003-3-1 Digital Art

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12/27/2012

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Wylie, TX - United States

Very Nice Digital Art Rolando!

Rolando Burbon replied:

Thank You Deyanira Glad You Like It.

St. Louis - United States

Amazing...and thanks for the information. FV

Rolando Burbon replied:

Glad You Like It Susanna, Though It's One Of My Simpler Fractal Creations It Is A Piece That Stands Out Nicely.

Anaheim, CA - United States

Oh, I was just reading your comment details below to Mario and you mentioned "Cloud Fractals". I am not sure I have that. I have Ultra Fractal 5.04; does that have a cloud fractal? What software do you use?

Rolando Burbon replied:

I Uses Fractron 9000 beta04 (Available At Sourceforge.net). The Software Only Has One Built In Fractal (Sierpinski Triangle), So Everything Must Be Created From Scratch From The Limited Functions Available. The Software Is GPU Based Render That Supports nVidia CUDA And OpenCL Supported By Both nVidia And AMD/ATI

Anaheim, CA - United States

Awesome! I was just watching some black hole images (real ones) and was thinking of doing something like this! Just perfect. (v/f).

Rolando Burbon replied:

Thanks Angela. That Would Be Interesting To See; I'd Bet It Would Be Tricky Getting Just The Right Look.

Voorhees, NJ - United States

Incredible-love it! My pick for Daily Fave in the Surreal Geometry group(DFSG) v/f -Kim

Rolando Burbon replied:

Thank You Kim, For The Daily Fave; But I'm Not Part Of The Surreal Geometry Group So How Can One Add A Piece To A Group One Is Not Part Of ???

Kemptville, ON - Canada

Another great piece. Love how you generate the effects. Simply awesome!

Rolando Burbon replied:

Thanks Mario, The Push Through Effect Is Accomplished By Doubling Up On The Cloud Fractals And Carefully Erasing From The Center With A Faded Brush Using First 50% Opacity, Then 70% And Lastly 90% Opacity. Then I Added Another Set Of Cloud Fractals That Were Smooth Looking To Easy The Transition To The Darker Areas. This Image Is A Mid Slice Of The Larger Square Image; This Slice Gives More Impact Than Does The Full Image.

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