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    Colored primitives

    Hi, just following the trend started by Lee Griggs.
    Made in Blender and Cycles.

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    Amazing! Displace modifier or particles?



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    Thanks. Particles



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    These are beautiful, lenain34! I love seeing the work people create using simple but effective tools. It makes me feel like I too can create works of art, even if my modeling skills are deplorable!

    5 stars from me!
    My Visual Effects Channel: Classy Dog Films > http://www.youtube.com/user/ClassyDogFilms



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    Thanks, particles are really fun to play with!



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    very nice! Simple and Beautifull!!!

    are you planning an animation with them?



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    really cool, great look overall. nothing incorrect or missing here, it's just nifty artwork!



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    Nice job! How about tutorial?



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    beautiful,second image looks natural(like oil film or fluid flow)



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    Tanks all for the kind comments.

    Don't know for the animation, maybe...



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    May I ask... how many particles (roughly) are we looking at?



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    700.000 particles more or less depending on the scene



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    Wow, nice. It seems Blender is handling particles better these days. Not long ago, my machine had difficulty with 128k, although I guess that was an animation. Great stuff!! I'll have to revisit particles now.



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