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The original concept was more powdery splashes of color. But in compromising with the contrast I wanted, it ended up looking like damage from an intergalactic paintball war.
Turns out it's fairly difficult to get a Triceratops to look like it's smiling. Thanks to Lauren on Facebook for helping name the image!
This image rendered for three days on 4 computers before crashing, and losing all the work. I rendered again at wallpaper sizes only, just to get it online. I may never try rendering a commercial version of this one again.
It might be sunset, or later in the evening, hard to tell time by the sun, when it just circles around the horizon all day.
I'm working on a collection of prints that will be sold in Alaska this summer. So to keep up with wallpapers as well, expect less variety in the themes for a month or two.
Originally I had an old road running through the woods, but it was hidden under the snow. I am really glad I switched to a stream, it's much more intriguing.
This is in the Fantasy category, as it isn't based on a real place. It is reminiscent of trees growing on granite in Yosemite, but the domes there look nothing like these leaning stones.
This would make for an adventurous hike. An exhausting, but rewarding hike.
A not very likely view from one of Jupiter's moons. I designed this scene really wide, but that made it painful to crop.
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