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for me as well!! 1600x1200 ... and I'll also take the Jason's one for office desktop ! ehehehe

(oh well.. also a detailed workthrought would be really appreciated!! :P)

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Thanks!

Dual monitor: 3200x1200 :-D

No problemos:)

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cheers!!

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This is just incredible! Congrats!

And this is my first post here so hello to everyone!

regards,

daniel

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ptakun - thank you for the background :-)

dbukovec - welcome to the forum!

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Great,

really nice!!

and all the details are amazing;

is it all a single l-system then shaded (How? :-) ) or is it a combination of l-system and other geometries as a leafs?

A.

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Thanks!!!

In free time I rendered some pic:

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Jason Desktop now is a little cleanly:)

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Wow! veeeery VEEEERY nice work!

WOW

J

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...he's hiding under some boulder like Golum giggling: "my flowers, my flowers!" while reading all of this (and this) (or cursing Houdini's fur toolset in spare time).

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Very nice.

I think it would look even better if it wasn't quite as uniform. Bits of dropped petals, and material from other plants. Insect bites, wilted parts (with their increased transparency, would make a nice change in material), unless of course it's a flowerbed looked after by a horticulturist.

Very inspiring work. It inspired me to pick up Houdini in the first place.

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I just looked at this post again, and it still brings a tear to my eye.

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