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Balance Beam by 12GSuper Balance Beam by 12GSuper
I don't think its bad for a few hours experimentation.
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outofmindandsight Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
how did you make the water look like...smooth and pretty? :O :) lolz
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12GSuper Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2011
I've a timing unit that lets me do some razy things with water. It lets me release drops down to the fraction of milliseconds so that I can get them to smash into each other. [link] That's a basic idea of a droplet collisions, but I'm Using more than 2 drops and colliding them at great heights so that I get a cooler look :)

If you've any more questions Kylee, feel free to ask :) =P
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outofmindandsight Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
wow! lolz its a solid picture :)
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steppingonroses Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Love the colors! But mostly I love the fact you cant tell if it's coming down or going up.
It's so real and yet not and dont for only a few hours it's F-ING incredable!
Of course I like the title as well=P
It never stops amazing me how much you put into your work......(not thinking art....nope not) and how well they turn out.
You have a great talent and I hope you never stop sharing it with the world.
Keep up the great work.
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12GSuper Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2011
I'd explain the entire thing, but then you'd bitch at me ;) Which doesn't help because I really wanna explain it!

(red is going down, parasol section included, pink is going up)

But thanks, I was pretty pleased with this, even though dA brightens it up enough so you can see all the Cloning I did to get rid of the haze of tiny drops.

Thanks!!! :hug:
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steppingonroses Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Lol explain away, I do know how to passively listen and then respond. As for the bitching at you comment.....fine I will not speak again, if it comes across as bitching=p.

(so it is both not one or the other:iconjuggleplz: that makes it even cooler)

I'm not going there with this portion of your comment as you know what I'll say.

No problem:iconglompplz:
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12GSuper Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2011
Not so much bitching, but I usually end up saying what could have gone better and that gets us there ;)

Yes... Yes I do know what you'd say :iconpsychicplz:
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KaosTheOry78 Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
The effect is very interescent ! I've only one questions ^^
How do you do to have the big effect with the water in the top ?
well done =)
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12GSuper Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2011
The "umbrella" section was caused by two droplets hitting each other. [link] This is a simple one.

I now have a computer program that lets me time everything down to 0.1 Millisecond. So I find a shape, and work on it :)
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KaosTheOry78 Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
It's so amazing !!!!!!!
You have earned so expenssive material to do that, don't you ?
How do you coordonate the camera shoot with your droplets ? It's very interesting, I really want to try the same thing...
I would never think, that we can make such collisions easily
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