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  Outside The Walls

Another view of the maze of walls I used once before in Far Keep.
I was tempted to put a trashcan outside the gate. (can you imagine taking out the trash?)

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  Pegasus

I wanted to keep this one simple and elegant as the subject. The clouds resisted remaining simple, but the effect worked just as well.

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  Pit Stop On Planetoid 9

This one was a trick to balance contrast when seen on different monitors. Some monitors the shadows appear light, others very dark. (luckily, both extremes look good.)

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  Planet on Onyx

My first attempt at rendering a planet. Part of my Onyx Table series.

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  Pump Station

On a hazy green planet, an odd sci-fi pump siphons from a pool of liquid, beneath a nebula filled sky.

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  Purple Haze

This may look like the planet in Ring station, but this one is actually using a moon texture, and realistic rings.

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  Quiescence

A long forgotten magical place, or is it what happens when no one is around to see water play? Based on my experiments with drawing water ripples with the terrain editor in Bryce.

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  Red Moon Ruins

Someone has been here before, or are they here now? The rocks surrounding the formation are reminiscent of a crowd gathering for some ancient ceremony.

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  Reef Palace

I tried the hall in red, but it made the ocean outside less noticeable, and if the lights are designed to allow the best view, so should the color choice.

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