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It got it's title because it was a long render.


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02/28/04 3:21 AM GMT
May I ask what prog you use? Anyway, this is a good job.
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- |\/|c]{inleySh -
02/28/04 3:25 AM GMT
Photoshop with KPT 5 plug-ins.
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The work of art may have a moral effect, but to demand moral purpose from an artist is to make him ruin his work. (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1832)
02/28/04 4:15 AM GMT
YES! depth, motion, color.... and what sets it apart is that you really controlled it and showed you know what you're doing.
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02/28/04 6:41 AM GMT
I didn't think I would like this, but it looked great full-size! Good color. It has something different. Good job! In my fav's.
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Always, Mimi
02/28/04 3:24 PM GMT
lots of colors here! and they blend very well^^ great motion and depht! good job pin^^
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02/28/04 7:07 PM GMT
Excellent job. I am awestruck. I'm also a little envious. A rare 10.
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-- A one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - Strong Bad --
02/29/04 8:58 AM GMT
Nice job piner and what dou you use to do that.
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Clayton H. Bramlett
02/29/04 9:05 AM GMT
Thanks folks, it took me a long time tweaking it, getting it just right.
Prism- A whole lot of patience! ....... And what I told mckinleysh 5 posts back. :c)
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The work of art may have a moral effect, but to demand moral purpose from an artist is to make him ruin his work. (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1832)
02/29/04 12:46 AM GMT
Hooo... I though it was a TRACYJTZ pic... (it's a compliment)
Very good job, Tom! :-)
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"Violence is the last resort of the incompetent" (I. Asimov)
03/01/04 9:35 AM GMT
That's too good for words, Piner. I love the intense colors over the black. The "shapes" you made (ok, they're not really shapes, they're abstract) are very SOMETHING I can't describe. I really like the feel of this.
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--------"May the soul of the emperor rain mousetraps on your head forever." --Daniel Stephens * "Eagles may fly, but weasles don't get sucked into jet intakes." --Jonathan McDowell-------
03/01/04 10:25 AM GMT
No words for so much beautty and talent...
I vote 10/10 and ...go to my favourits.
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Look around and catch it !
03/01/04 1:01 PM GMT
wow, this one's going on my desktop right away! great job!
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Don't ever try to understand the situation.
03/01/04 1:42 PM GMT
Very great and colorful work.Nice Piner.
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carpe diem.
03/01/04 8:26 PM GMT
All those colours... beautiful! Great work!
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When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries of life disappear and life stands explained. --Mark Twain
03/04/04 9:03 PM GMT
Has any one ever played the PS2 game called Soul Reaver? It reminds me very much of
souls that were in the septral realm. I Loike!
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Strobe45! Music to Crash Your Car To!
03/07/04 5:20 AM GMT
Two words: Ho-lee crap. This is freakin' amazing! I've never seen a fractal this cool, 10/10!
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I once cried, for I had no shoes; then I met a man who had no feet.
03/07/04 8:36 AM GMT
Hehe! It's the jackpot for you, Tom ;-)
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"Violence is the last resort of the incompetent" (I. Asimov)
03/08/04 1:04 AM GMT
Wicked. One of my favourite abstract images!!
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03/08/04 1:47 AM GMT
Oh man, this is my most popular one yet, Thanks for the encouraging words and compliments. :c)
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The work of art may have a moral effect, but to demand moral purpose from an artist is to make him ruin his work. (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1832)
03/08/04 5:58 AM GMT
Definately a top notch fractal
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If it were any less reliable, it would be called a ford
03/17/04 4:22 AM GMT
Very impressive. Like it a lot.
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"The future is not set. There is no fate but what we make for ourselves."
03/22/04 1:14 PM GMT
A beautiful and graceful piece...
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A thing is not beautiful because it is is beautiful because one likes it. (Bruno Munari)
04/06/04 5:38 AM GMT
very very good. i've played with the frax flames a bit, but its so hard to give them a consistent theme. this one is amazing.

do you like flaxflame I, or flaxflame II better?
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It is impossible to win an argument with an ignorant man.
04/13/04 10:30 PM GMT
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t13 y0ur53lf t0 m3 5t1tch up my 3mpt1n355 cu2 y0u'r3 th3 d34th 0f m3 s0 pr3c10u5 l0v1ng th3 thr1ll
05/05/04 7:06 PM GMT
BEAUTIFUL! Love how the colours work together, makes my screen really attractive! well done!
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09/13/04 4:42 AM GMT
Very nice Fraxflame! Looks like you actually did something with the image instead of letting the KPT program do it for you ;)
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12/08/04 12:09 AM GMT
beautiful job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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"The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious" --Albert Einstein
12/28/04 6:49 AM GMT
and the colours kept pouring out of the universe until they formed aperfect sphere!! I love your works of art..keep em comin'!!
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12/30/04 1:31 AM GMT
hehe, Fraxilla... funny name, great picture, its gotta be a 10/10.
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'-"I see", said the blind man to the deaf mute.' My recent gallery....... Select Image- Deep Blue.
01/17/05 11:36 PM GMT
I enjoy the title and any of your works involving so many colors. There's almost a shell shape at the center.
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I'm really into goth rock and new wave. My favorite band is The Birthday Massacre. The guy in my avatar is, in fact, a guy. His name is Mana from the band Malice Mizer.
01/28/05 5:16 AM GMT
LOVE the colours and interwoven shapes. Looks almost like little tiny hummingbirds flittering inside coloured the poet...and nice fractal!!!
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If you can't make waves, make ripples!!
02/22/05 4:12 AM GMT
Sharp, tangly, colorful ... You'd think somebody finally figured out how to get spiders to produce colored cobwebs at last. Excellent!
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"A beginning is a very delicate time." - Hurk?!
05/27/05 8:59 AM GMT
I knew I shouldn't have licked that stamp...
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Smith & Wesson - the original point and click interface.
06/08/06 5:21 PM GMT
Beautiful colors!! I'm still laughing at camerahounds comment. Good job!
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We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience. ...Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955)
08/24/06 7:48 AM GMT
It's incredibly pretty, showing a good use for computers, finally!
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