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sepulker
08-04-2005, 03:26 PM
Check this out... I used a timed exposure on my digital camera so I could "paint" with high-voltage discharges and light. Tell me what you think...

www.abiscus.com (http://www.abiscus.com/) Gallery section

Oh yeah, on a side note, on my new website I used 3D Studio Max to make that gizmo (if you have Shockwave installed it is animated). Could you let me know in general how fast it downloads and if there are any problems?

Thanks

P.S. This has been reposted to this forum after a suggestion form someone else. I don't know if doing so is considered a taboo here.

-Nate

deathman20
08-04-2005, 03:56 PM
The sites sweet, love the toys that you play with there :) hehehe

But the side bar animation seems relativly slow. And slow even to the point where you think the explorer window crashes. Maybe its my computer since I don't have to much ram on it (currently using it doing other modeling endevors).

DrFx
08-04-2005, 05:41 PM
It was a fast (<30sec.) download here and it looks good! I wouldn't dare do the experiments you do though! :eek: But they look awesome, and the site navigation is interesting! I think you should work up the images a little in Photoshop, add contrast to the black areas, for example, and reduce the noise. Fantastic!

Here are 2 examples of "tuning":
http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/6945/orbital2ym.jpg
http://img148.imageshack.us/img148/3187/electricskeleton0vp.jpg

Even the Hubble images are heavily retouched to bring out certain colors and contrasts. I really loved those pics on your website!

stephen2002
08-06-2005, 05:39 PM
Lots of cool toys and pictures on that site. The animation is quick to load but does bog down the page. Scrolling the page was really slow, so I just turned it off to browse.

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