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From: Mark James Lewin
Subject: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 23 Jun 2002 21:47:08
Message: <3D1677E7.35F79126@yahoo.com.au>
I was bored and thought my computer needed a new wallpaper image. I wanted to use
an object type that I rarely redner, and chose the julia fractal. I liked the
colours and thought I'd post it. Enjoy.

MJL


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From: Sean Johnson
Subject: Re: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 23 Jun 2002 22:55:47
Message: <3d168a33$1@news.povray.org>
Awesome, makes an excellent background, how long did it take to render?


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From: Alastair Murray
Subject: Re: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 24 Jun 2002 05:42:38
Message: <3d16e98e@news.povray.org>
You've just inspired me to start experimenting with the Juila object.   ^_^

I really like this picture - nice and vibrant.


"Mark James Lewin" <m_j### [at] yahoocomau> wrote in message
news:3D1677E7.35F79126@yahoo.com.au...
> I was bored and thought my computer needed a new wallpaper image. I wanted
to use
> an object type that I rarely redner, and chose the julia fractal. I liked
the
> colours and thought I'd post it. Enjoy.
>
> MJL
>


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From: Peter Hertel
Subject: Re: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 24 Jun 2002 13:43:59
Message: <3d175a5f@news.povray.org>
> I was bored and thought my computer needed a new wallpaper image. I wanted
to use
> an object type that I rarely redner, and chose the julia fractal. I liked
the
> colours and thought I'd post it. Enjoy.


Made my wallpaper :-) Nice colors!
I'd prefer if the fractal was a bit longer down on the picture, though. It
doesn't feel balanced, or is it just me? :-)

-Peter


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From: Flaming Monarch
Subject: Re: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 24 Jun 2002 15:19:47
Message: <3D1770D6.2080200@gates.com>
hey kool
what texture did you use for the object?

Mark James Lewin wrote:

> I was bored and thought my computer needed a new wallpaper image. I wanted to use
> an object type that I rarely redner, and chose the julia fractal. I liked the
> colours and thought I'd post it. Enjoy.
> 
> MJL
> 
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>


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From: Mark James Lewin
Subject: Re: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 25 Jun 2002 00:38:08
Message: <3D17F41C.3060307@yahoo.com.au>
Sean Johnson wrote:
> Awesome, makes an excellent background, how long did it take to render?

Thanks. Between 2 and 4 hours on an Athlon 800MHz (I didn't take too much notice)

MJL


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From: Mark James Lewin
Subject: Re: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 25 Jun 2002 00:38:52
Message: <3D17F448.4010103@yahoo.com.au>
Alastair Murray wrote:
> You've just inspired me to start experimenting with the Juila object.   ^_^
> 
> I really like this picture - nice and vibrant.

Cheers

MJL


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From: Mark James Lewin
Subject: Re: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 25 Jun 2002 00:40:07
Message: <3D17F493.3020702@yahoo.com.au>
Peter Hertel wrote:

> Made my wallpaper :-) Nice colors!
> I'd prefer if the fractal was a bit longer down on the picture, though. It
> doesn't feel balanced, or is it just me? :-)
> 
> -Peter

Thanks. I don't feel it's unbalanced, but it might be me :-)

MJL


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From: Mark James Lewin
Subject: Re: Julia Wallpaper
Date: 25 Jun 2002 00:41:43
Message: <3D17F4F3.8010608@yahoo.com.au>
Flaming Monarch wrote:
> hey kool
> what texture did you use for the object?

Thanks.

texture
    {
    pigment {rgb <0.5,0.5,0.56>}

    finish
       {
       diffuse 0.85
       brilliance 2.8

       specular 0.8
       roughness 0.05
       metallic

       reflection
          {
          0.75
          metallic
          }
       }
    }


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