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Author:  Issabella [ Tue Jan 12, 2016 6:43 am ]
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Thank you Lyle for your fantastic texture for this thread and creation. :tyspin
I did my humble try. So far from your nice results. :)

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Doll-CrystalNet.JPG
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Author:  lylejk [ Tue Jan 12, 2016 8:31 am ]
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dinasset wrote:
Lyle,
I see your progress, but remembering your first post on the subject:
-don't you think that the creation of 3d wireframe objects could be a challenge for David (G'MIC)?
So that one can more easily start from such a transformed object...


Would be nice; likely impossible though. I want to say I did request such a feature in the past though, but heard not response. Then again, I do have a crazy memory sometimes. lol

Issabella wrote:
Lyle, great steps forward in your results. I love the results you have already got in short time. GOOD!!! :gimp :bigthup


Thanks Issabella; still a work in progress. Tried again with this one but it just wasn't even good enough to share abroad. lol

Do like the texture of your result; details can be amblified by creating a convolution layer as I mentioned earlier (dup, bilate on top set to Grain Extract, then Grain Merge.).

Author:  Pat625 [ Tue Jan 12, 2016 9:04 am ]
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Wow! That is really very nice, Issabella!

Author:  Issabella [ Wed Jan 13, 2016 2:29 pm ]
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Lyle, I like it, your tries are really good. :)
Pat, thank you so much. :tyspin

Author:  Pat625 [ Mon Jan 18, 2016 1:03 am ]
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Still trying to do the Crystallize as you instructed in your tut, Lyle. Here is another attempt.
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Practice T-Rex.png
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Author:  lylejk [ Mon Jan 18, 2016 1:15 am ]
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Now that's what you call a crystalline dinosaur. Fantastic result Pat. :)

Author:  Pat625 [ Mon Jan 18, 2016 11:56 am ]
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Thank you very much, Lyle. I like to play with this.

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