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Current Residence: Texas
Favorite genre of music: Classic Rock, Instrumental Rock, Jazz
Favorite style of art: Fractal Art
Operating System: Windows 10 , Linux Mint
MP3 player of choice: Banshee
Shell of choice: Elbow macaroni shells
Skin of choice: My Wife's
Favorite Quote: Your Soul is a Beautiful Gift from God. Cherish it, Protect it, Feed it daily with His Word, then Share it with the World! by Ricky Jarnagin
Backgrounds in Mandelbulb 3DI am such a slacker sometimes! I haven't wrote a journal since November of last year, sheesh... So it's tutorial and tips time!
I use background images a good little bit in my Mandelbulb scenes, mostly clouds and skies, but sometimes mountains as well. It's a rare occasion indeed to find a background image that works well without some form of adjustment to get it to blend in and become an integral part of your work rather than something that just doesn't fit. I think it's important to spend the time to blend the background into your work, because if you don't, it can really distract from the Mandelbulb 3D scene you've created and perhaps even look so out of place that it ruins your piece. To me, the reason to use a background image in the first place is to lend a bit more realism or interest to your work. So why not spend a little extra time to try to make your background image more natural rather than something you just slap in there and let slide?
Of course you don't have to even