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Uploaded: 09/09/07 1:09 AM GMT
Harvest Time
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This is for Les and his Apophysis Challenge . Parameter set #2, and focusing on the basic functions of the triangle tab, for manipulating transforms. Thanks to all that view. Your comments and critiques are most welcome :) ~Lori


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09/09/07 2:18 AM GMT


Nicely ... and I do mean ... nicely ... done Lori.

I did not come across anything like this in my travels with set number two. Excellent work.

Some very nice details to this one ... at the base and tips of the 'quills', for lack of a better term ... the circular shapes present are a nice finishing touch and element.

Provides but one visual anchor for the overall design, in my humble opinion.

Wonderful movement ... really nice work.

So ... is set number one still your preferred? :oP

Kidding, of course.

Thanks for sharing this one with us and for your interest and efforts in the challenge. :o)
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09/09/07 2:44 AM GMT
Wow that's great Lori, I'm gonna try one but I'll hafta rethink my strategy after this one. ROFL
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09/09/07 2:48 AM GMT
What a fantastic job, Lori! This says harvest all right. The colors are 'apop'ropriate and the whole design reminds me of a wheat weaving. The sets of three are so aesthetic and I guess that is part of what the challenge was about. Wonderful!
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09/09/07 3:04 AM GMT
What a great job you have done here my friend. Really like it alot and the title is perfect for your very cool fractal.
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09/09/07 3:31 AM GMT
And the bar is now set at the highest level I haven't even broken the step-up-to-the-plate record yet. Lovely job, and thanks to Les too, for the challenge he's thoughtfully arranged for us!


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09/09/07 3:34 AM GMT
Fabulous flame and perfect colors.
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09/09/07 10:56 AM GMT
Now thats excellent. Loads of detail in there. Thumbs up from me.

Ian :)
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09/09/07 12:35 AM GMT
I find your results from using identical parameters totally amazing. Great design, Lori, very creative and you make it look like fun!
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09/09/07 2:30 PM GMT
Fabulous sweep and detail - a fantastic crop display in its own right or a well-organised and tempting array of materials for weaving/shaping, perhaps.

- cfr
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09/10/07 1:39 AM GMT
Great work Lori.
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09/10/07 5:13 AM GMT
Excellent design.
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09/25/07 12:30 AM GMT
It's harvest time in central Illinois and this beauty is a pleasent reminder. Gorgeous, with perfect color choice.
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