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Really dark images are difficult because I need to take into account some monitors are darker than others, hiding some details, but this image can be dramatic both ways.
The name hints at the fact that this image is made up of basic 3d shapes, even the balloon is a flattened sphere with an inverted cone underneath.
Parents may not see this one the same as people without kids.
A little color waiting for the call to brighten a dreary day.
What would the earth look like if our solar system were near a reflection nebula?
Non-objective multiple multi-rotation calculations with morphing metaballs using Bryce 5.1
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.
Aerial terrariums, my first use of the new interior reflections of Bryce 5. The trees are another of it's new abilities.
For those of you wondering how the waves were done, they are a large bumpy terrain, with an ocean texture applied.
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