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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 26 Apr 2000 11:35:45
Message: <3906D341.F1CD358C@online.no>
While working with one of my latest macros, this is one of the
images that appeared.

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From: Paul Jones
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 26 Apr 2000 12:07:02
Message: <3906DBC2.3524E3A8@psu.edu>
nice.... very nice. I think a diffuse shadow would put the icing on the
cake.

-paul

Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:
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> While working with one of my latest macros, this is one of the
> images that appeared.
> 
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From: Bob Hughes
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 26 Apr 2000 15:14:37
Message: <390707dd@news.povray.org>
"Paul Jones" <pdj### [at] psuedu> wrote in message news:3906DBC2.3524E3A8@psu.edu...
| nice.... very nice. I think a diffuse shadow would put the icing on the
| cake.

If not a diffuse shadow maybe at least some ambient light in the shadows
could be good too.  It's kind of reptilian in nature, isn't it?

Bob


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From: David Fontaine
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 26 Apr 2000 23:20:33
Message: <39077929.5E9FEFF5@faricy.net>
Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:

> While working with one of my latest macros, this is one of the
> images that appeared.

A little softening of the shadows would help. Nice colors!

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From: Steve
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 26 Apr 2000 23:32:57
Message: <slrn8geu0i.i1.sjlen@zero-pps.localdomain>
On Wed, 26 Apr 2000 13:30:09 +0200, Tor Olav Kristensen wrote:
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>While working with one of my latest macros, this is one of the
>images that appeared.
>
I like it, it's made it into the future wallpaper folder.

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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 27 Apr 2000 01:00:40
Message: <39078FEA.39B2EFFF@online.no>
Paul Jones wrote:

> nice.... very nice.

Thank you very much!

> I think a diffuse shadow would put the icing on the
> cake.

I agree. But I'm not sure how to do that.

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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 27 Apr 2000 01:06:56
Message: <39079160.85FC1C58@online.no>
Bob Hughes wrote:

> If not a diffuse shadow maybe at least some ambient light in the shadows
> could be good too.

I have tried to increase the ambient_light value but then I loose contrast
in the picture and the hexagons and pentagons becomes difficult to see.

Any suggestions?

>  It's kind of reptilian in nature, isn't it?

Are you thinking of the skin of a reptile?
Hmmm ... interesting thought...

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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 27 Apr 2000 01:15:57
Message: <3907937E.D2641389@online.no>
David Fontaine wrote:

> A little softening of the shadows would help.

I agree, but I'm not sure how to do that.
I have tried to increase the ambient_light, but then I lost some
contrast.

> Nice colors!

Thank you.

But I have to agree that I just copied a colour that Bob Hughes used
in some code when he replied on one of my postings:

gradient y color_map {[0,1 color rgb <.9,.2,.1> color rgb <.2,.4,.8>]}

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From: Tor Olav Kristensen
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 27 Apr 2000 01:21:26
Message: <390794D0.24EE49B8@online.no>
Steve wrote:

> I like it, it's made it into the future wallpaper folder.

I'm glad you like it!

Maybe I should try it as a wallpaper too.

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From: Bob Hughes
Subject: Re: Two spheres (59.7KB)
Date: 27 Apr 2000 01:23:50
Message: <390796a6@news.povray.org>
By "diffuse" lighting I'm sure that's meant to be 'area_light' put into the
'light_source' statement.  Gives it that fuzzy shadow look.
The global ambient would indeed ruin this picture.  What I meant was
the 'ambient' increase only in the red background object.  Of course,
that would also mean lowering either the color values or 'diffuse' in order
to keep the same color intensity for the part still in the light.

Bob

"Tor Olav Kristensen" <tto### [at] onlineno> wrote in message
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|
| David Fontaine wrote:
|
| > A little softening of the shadows would help.
|
| I agree, but I'm not sure how to do that.
| I have tried to increase the ambient_light, but then I lost some
| contrast.
|
| > Nice colors!
|
| Thank you.
|
| But I have to agree that I just copied a colour that Bob Hughes used
| in some code when he replied on one of my postings:
|
| gradient y color_map {[0,1 color rgb <.9,.2,.1> color rgb <.2,.4,.8>]}
|
| Tor Olav
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| mailto:tor### [at] hotmailcom
| http://www.crosswinds.net/~tok/tokrays.html
|
|


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