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Old July 11th, 2018, 07:19 AM   #1
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I've been trying to get to grips with some 3D creation and animation, and I created an image, then thought I'd have a go with animating it in 3D space. Clicking on render with as interesting - each frame is rendered, then has lighting applied and then you use keyframes to set the next camera location and orientation, and then repeat. 6 days 24/7 later, I got this. The best thing though - is the software is free. Mandelbulb 3D, and it's worth persevering with it. Plenty of on-line resources and examples to get you going. It's pretty amazing - but mega, mega complex. One tiny parameter change and the image falls apart.
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