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This one took so long to render that I skipped all post editing. I normally make some minor adjustments.
If you back out far enough to see some of the shape the atoms are forming, you are too far away to see them. So I made them reflect a common tree. And like looking at shapes in the clouds, it's easy to see things in the tree as well.
It's a blue day. Let's shake off the chains.
Thanks to Royce for helping name the image, his suggestion had the most thumbs up. (1) Now post links about VisualParadox.com all over the internet, or I shall blot out the sun.
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.
Using the gears I designed for the Clockwork theme of my website, I put together a clockwork desktop background.
The Dune Buggy, dust clouds, and shadow were rendered in Bryce, and composited into the scene I rendered in Terregen.
A symbolic statement of moral decay. Latitude and longitude lines form a rusty cage around our little planet.
I am working too much right now, hence the work theme. I can't wait until I'm doing remote beaches again.
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