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From: ingo
Subject: lOOk - 1 attachment
Date: 6 Jan 2019 19:27:53
Message: <XnsA9CFD02D1687Cseed7@news.povray.org>
This came out rather different than the idea I started with,

ingo


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From: Kenneth
Subject: Re: lOOk - 1 attachment
Date: 8 Jan 2019 20:25:01
Message: <web.5c3506747839d6f0cd98345b0@news.povray.org>
At first, I thought it was a 3-D stereo image-- with one of the images flipped
horizontally (that is, meant to be viewed in a mirror). The outer rims of the
two images seem to have corresponding features. So I flipped one of the images
in Photoshop, and tried combining them in my eyes and brain; but my stereo
assumption didn't work out (except *maybe* for some of the craggy features at
the very outer rim?)


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From: ingo
Subject: Re: lOOk - 1 attachment
Date: 8 Jan 2019 21:32:02
Message: <XnsA9D1E53AD8219seed7@news.povray.org>
in news:web.5c3506747839d6f0cd98345b0@news.povray.org Kenneth wrote:

> At first, I thought it was a 3-D stereo image

Haha, that'll give you a headache. 
The base object is a displacement mapped parametric half sphere mesh, 
scaled and rotated. Both objects left an right only differ in rotation and 
the random rotation in the smaller objects. The UV_mapping is scaled 
inverted to the object so the scale of the image stays the same,

ingo


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