Don't lean over too far, it looks kind of deep.
A splash of color for your desktop.
Not exactly what it started out to be, but I like it. My daughter (6) says it's creepy.
I created and imported a fractal swirl into my 3d software, and tried it out on an infinite plane and sphere. The image was striking, so I turned it into a finished image.
The name of this kaleidoscopic version of 'Tin Spot' is derived from the illusionary affect if has on the eye. Stare at it for awhile, and see what I mean.
This scene is entirely made from 3d versions of symbols found in graphic fonts like Dingbats or Wingdings.
Bryce 5's trees refused to work the way I wanted, so I used complex models in the solid glass spheres instead. This turned out to be a mistake. Due to the intense reflection depth rendering, this took a week to render.
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