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May your computer projects drop like dominos when you use this as your desktop background.
A symbolic statement of moral decay. Latitude and longitude lines form a rusty cage around our little planet.
I found a great piano mesh at 3D-Cafe, it was a lot of fun to play around with. It didn't have a bench, but the legs were so simple to match I just stacked primitive shapes.
I wanted the background to be a long endless tube, but the wave pattern vanished too quickly in the distance, so I have to use a cone, but it achieved the effect I wanted perfectly.
I like the symmetrical designs, I try to resist, but the simplistic composition draws me back.
This isn't any particular red rock, but reminiscent of many such rocks around the world.
Based on a free model from 3D Cafe. I can also render this on light backgrounds for paid licensing.
Originally, the pier was a section longer, but the fishing rod was lost in the background.
Bryce 5 handles complex models like this grass slower than Bryce 4, but the addition of the 'depth of field' more than makes up for it.This is one of my more popular images. The grass in the foreground was even used on a Canadian postage stamp.
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