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  The Known World

What would your known world look like? Mine would include most of North America, (at least down to Tijuana) but I hope to expand it further.

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  Puzzled

Not exactly the design I started out to make. However, the puzzle piece took so long, I will have to eventually make the other design to justify the time I spent trying to get the top rounded just right.

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  Gold Mark

I had some interest in licensing an image like this, but can't get the person's email off a dead computer until I get a replacement part. Hopefully they see this.

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  Non-muss

It looks like a pattern, but is actually is a 3d scene. It started as a logo design, but I am always drawn to symmetrical patterns.

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  Wing Ding World

This scene is entirely made from 3d versions of symbols found in graphic fonts like Dingbats or Wingdings.

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  Making Room

I really like this one as a background on my desktop. It's easier on the eyes than you might first expect.

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  Direction

An unconventional wallpaper. Which direction do you follow?

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  Surface Tension

The reflective material, mercury maybe, sags under it's own weight, and dents the surface without breaking the surface tension.

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  Binary

A background your computer would choose. Humans use a 10 base, or 'decimal,' number system derived from our earliest counting devices, our fingers. Computers use 2 base, or 'binary' because they count with a series of switches: on or off.

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