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A bright star lights the desert below. I really like the wider versions of this one.
You would think an image with all one color/material would be easier. But I apparently can't let it be easy. It did however end up like I originally envisioned.
Silly penguins, if that's the sun setting on your right, that's not south.
I frame many of my images with a tree in the foreground, and since the primary use of the image is wallpaper, and majority of users icons run along the left side, I put the trees on the left.
I filed this under objects, because this exaggeration of the moon goes a bit too far to be considered real world scenery.
Another beach scene, probably the best so far. I like beach scenes on my desktop, so don't expect this to be the last.
The Dune Buggy, dust clouds, and shadow were rendered in Bryce, and composited into the scene I rendered in Terregen.
Image transmitted back from an exploring rover on an alien planet.
I used complex model trees as well as Bryce's built in trees, which caused the source file for this image to be 115 megs. I think that may be a record for me.
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