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a test render from my work in progress, psy ambient trance, music video project. built and animated in blender 3d.

the 2d fractal textures shown here, rendered on my 3d models, are provided by my friend morphapoph. here's a link to his da pages:

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GrahamSym Featured By Owner May 5, 2014   Digital Artist
Great idea, I like it :)
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner May 5, 2014
thanks very much graham. i have a series of music videos in mind based on these alien creatures. although this type of animation is a lot of hard work for one person, so unfortunately progress does seem slow at times.
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Smooothe Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
Trrrrrippy.  I like it a lot.
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Smooothe Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
wow these are quite bizarre and surreal.  I especially like the colors and their movement along the perceived ground.    The darkness that obscures the view momentarily is a nice touch as well.  I don't understand the objects that flutter around now and then... it reminds me of an underwater alien world of some kind. I find myself wanting to draw back in hope of identifying just what the hell is going on here hehehe.  Very cool psy art, my friend. cheers!
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2014
cool, i'm really glad you're enjoying these my friend. the "underwater alien world" is the atmosphere i was trying to create.

next in this series will be animating the fractal and rendering from different camera angles, although that is a lot of work, so won't be for a while. in the mean time i'm working on some less labor intensive animations.
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LotsOfLowe Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014
 Great job! :D
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2014
thanks very much.
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014
here is the next video in this series, it's the same as this one but without the large tentacle creature, so has more of an open space feel to it.

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golem1 Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Very dramatic.  Here the forms stand out much better than usual against a contrasting background.  That may not be what you want, because it removes some of the mystery.
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner Feb 15, 2014
hi golem, thanks for the feedback. and although i was aware, as i was making them, of the more contrasting lighting and materials used in this video, i hadn't thought of the mysterious effect you mention. i doubt i'll change this particular work but i will keep that in mind for other videos.

would you agree my liquid metal ones look more abstract and mysterious?
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