I just bought myself Amberlight 2, a particle based image generator, which makes fractal like images.
I’ve only had it a few hours, but it is very easy to use, and I am already producing cool images, and feeling in control. UHTV resolution renders in about a minute, nice and fast.
It’s $60, and if you want to find out more, here’s a link to the software home. http://www.escapemotions.com/products/amberlight/
Here are some of my very early efforts!
As usual, click on a small picture for a larger image.
This one, unusually has some blocked out type areas.
This is one of my favourites so far, very spacy!
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Another Christmas present, some postcards featuring photographs of early cosmonauts, scanned for your pleasure!
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A wonderful Christmas present from my wife! A set of matching style Soviet pins from various missions in the early days of the space program!
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I was recently given some postage stamps, mainly covering the achievements of the Soviet Union during the early days of the Space Age.
It occurred to me that they might be of interest to those who read this blog. After all, there can’t me much astronomical art that is more widely seen. And probably no other space art that people get to lick…
Early Soviet satellites, on a 1 ruble stamp.
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