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Orteil
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Germatopia by Orteil
http://ns.filterforge.com/filters/10074.html

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Sphinx.
Filter Optimizer

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Lovely! I really like the dry cottonish look here:
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Njyldgarkn sample cache!
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SpaceRay
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very cute and lovely smile:D great idea and well done textures and beautiful colors and very good the EYES !!! smile:D
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CFandM
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Cuddly cultures... smile:D ...You know you are having a long day at the microscope when you start seeing these creatures... smile:D smile:D
Stupid things happen to computers for stupid reasons at stupid times!
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Targos
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Funny as smile:D
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Crapadilla
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Very creative. I love it! smile:beer:
--- Crapadilla says: "Damn you, stupid redundant feature requests!" ;)
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Orteil
but certainly

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I'm glad you guys like it !
And yeah, that preset came out very cottony, almost like out of a children's book. Which is why that one is my favorite !
I really want to get the version 3 now, so I'll use the rest of my trial to make more neat filters so I can hopefully get enough HU. (maybe I should focus on making a little more actually useful filters, though...)
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Kraellin
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Spores!
If wishes were horses... there'd be a whole lot of horse crap to clean up!

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Betis
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CRAIG I was just about to make that comment rofl smile:D
Roses are #FF0000
Violets are #0000FF
All my base are belong to you.
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Indigo Ray
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Orteil wrote:
almost like out of a children's book

You could illustrate a whole series!

"The Little Euglena That Could"
"Monera in the Rain"
"Charlotte's Flagella"
"Horton Hears a Halophile"
"Capsules for Sale"
"If You Feed a Microorganism a Hydrocarbon"
"Green Eggs and Salmonella"
And so on...
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SpaceRay
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Orteil wrote:

I'll use the rest of my trial to make more neat filters so I can hopefully get enough HU. (maybe I should focus on making a little more actually useful filters, though...)


I think you are right, if you are searching to get enough HU and you have only the 30 days trial to do the filters, you should better focus on filters that could be used much more and that could be used more frequently and in more places.

And more important is that you need to get the HU faster, I mean it must be used by a lot of people very much, so you should make something that man FF users could use more. Because you can make a beautiful, amazing and original filter, but if this is going to be used only often and sometimes, it could take a lot of time to get the HU.

This filter is very well done and lovely, but I think that probably will not get a HU soon, at least, as soon as you want.
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Orteil
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SpaceRay wrote:

I think you are right, if you are searching to get enough HU and you have only the 30 days trial to do the filters, you should better focus on filters that could be used much more and that could be used more frequently and in more places.



True that. I got Filter Forge 1 by submitting filters during my trial period, but that did take quite a long time (maybe over half a year ?). I'll try making more usable filters, and maybe new versions of my old popular ones.
On a side-note, my whale filter did get HU, which I really didn't expect since it's pretty slow and clunky and, let's be honest, not something that people need to use a lot.


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Indigo Ray wrote:

"Horton Hears a Halophile"


HAHAHA what smile:D
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SpaceRay
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Congratulations for the EP (Editor´s Pick) Reward that has been given to your filter. You were looking for a HU reward and have got something that is really more difficult to get that is an EP smile:)
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Now your nice and cute filter belongs to the hall of fame of featured filters.

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Indigo Ray wrote:

"Horton Hears a Halophile"


I think that probably Indigo Ray could make a reference to this book, "Horton hears a who!"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horton_Hears_a_Who!

BUT instead of a "who" he put Halophile smile:D

I did not know that a Halophile is the following smile:D

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halophile

Halophiles are extremophile organisms that thrive in environments with very high concentrations of salt. The name comes fr om the Greek for "salt-loving" as they need the salt to live.

Please Indigo Ray correct me if I am wrong.

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Indigo Ray wrote:

"Green Eggs and Salmonella"


http://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-cu...nella.html

http://www.egglandsbest.com/egglands-...cbad96dfd7

What is Salmonella and should I be concerned about eating eggs?

Salmonella Enteritidis (SE) is an egg-borne infection wh ere bacteria can be found on the outside or inside of a shell egg. It emerged in the U.S.A. during the late 1980’s and is now strictly controlled and prevented by a number of procedures

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Indigo Ray wrote:

"If You Feed a Microorganism a Hydrocarbon"


If You Feed a Microorganism a Hydrocarbon, they can eat it !! smile:D and in the way they can save our planet !!!

These microbes can change the composition of oil and natural gas and can even control the release of some greenhouse gases. Understanding the role of microbes in consuming hydrocarbons may therefore help us access their role in the natural control of climate change

Bacteria That Can Eat Hydrocarbons Found in China

Microbes convert hydrocarbons to natural gas

Oil-Eating Microbes Give Clue To Ancient Energy Source

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Indigo Ray wrote:

"The Little Euglena That Could"


Euglena are unicellular organisms classified into the Kingdom Protista, and the Phylum Euglenophyta. All euglena have chloroplasts and can make their own food by photosynthesis. They are not completely autotrophic though, euglena can also absorb food from their environment; euglena usually live in quiet ponds or puddles.

http://www.biologycorner.com/workshee...color.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euglena

These Euglena´s does not have eyes like the ones from Orteil, and also are much longer, and are transparent, so probably it would not be a good example to use the cute germ from Orteil smile:D

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Indigo Ray wrote:

"Monera in the Rain"


Monerans: Single celled organisim with no nucleus.

http://biology.unm.edu/ccouncil/Biolo...gdoms.html

http://biomesfirst10.wikispaces.com/T...rest+Facts

SPORES

These from orteil are cute and beautiful spores compared to the real ones as can be seen here
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Indigo Ray
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Do I get college credits for reading all that? smile:D
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