I give you guys the credit

2008-09-26
2013-04-25
  • Bill Newbold

    Bill Newbold - 2008-09-26

    the past show I did at Barnes and Nobel I had used your apophysis program and gimp to combine renders with one another as image filters for the final image creations.,  The images were created at high resolutions and then printed very large. So, here is the show that I did with your help by allowing me to use your program.  I am unsure how else to give you credit but if I get any monies from the sale of images you will get some of the profits as well in donation form.   but well so far the show cost me - 714 US $ - and not produced anything so I don't know maybe in fifty years the images will sell .,,, but I really enjoyed making the show and designing the images ..,

    [IMG]http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k227/xoet/0009%20bn%20show/three4x4.jpg[/IMG]

    this image was made into a four by four foot image and put on their cafe wall

    the others photos from the show are here at this gallery

    http://s89.photobucket.com/albums/k227/xoet/0009%20bn%20show/

    peace out
    Bill Newbold

     
  • Jane S

    Jane S - 2010-04-30

    I would love to know how you did this!  Nice work!  I am really new to this software and am trying very hard to understand the functions.
    I have no help files or instructions for it, so it is not an easy task to figure it all out.

     
  • Bill Newbold

    Bill Newbold - 2010-08-01

    it was a combination of gimp layered filters and source images made on apophysis really fun stuff.

    to get to know this you just have to jump in.. :)

     

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