U3DA Challenge - Playing with Spirals

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U3DA Challenge - Playing with Spirals

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Playing with Spirals

Make a spiral or helix. Study them in nature or make up your own.
You can use the 137 degree rule (a rule where, according to a guy on the internet, if you rotate something 137 degrees you eventually get a spiral or helix of sorts).

Rules:
  • You can make as many spirals as you wish. Post all in a single thread, your entry will be judged based on your best effort as judged by the voter.
  • You can use any software you wish.
  • Post a link to your entry here.
Deadline:
At some point in the future or if we have more than ten separate entries.

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Re: U3DA Challenge - Playing with Spirals

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21 Spring Primitive Spirals
Arranged in 21 Fibonacci spiral display

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Here is my quick spiral attempt. If I have time my try to improve it.
Done using TS 7.61 Workspace using Clinton's radial array script object.
Rendering yafaray.
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Kaleidoscope Muffins

I also used Clintonman's Spiral Array.
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Greed

trueSpace, Clintonman's Spiral Array, VRay and Photoshop
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