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  Matter

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.

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  Dusty

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.

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  The Hue Craters

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.

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  Hunted Down

Not something you want to look up and see looking down at you. This would have been up yesterday, if I had come up with the name I liked sooner.

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  Bloodstream

I re-rendered this one 9 times before finally getting the effect I was looking for. All between 2 and 17 hours each, I feel I may be getting too critical.

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  DreamCatcher

Fascinating how this fractal not only came out looking feathery, but appearing to be affected by gravity.

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  Sandstone Cave

This was the first complete image I did with Bryce 3d. Someday I might go back and try for a better looking torch.

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  Ant Colony

This turned out to be much more difficult than I thought. I wanted it to be a view from inside an ant hill, looking down several tunnels at once. But since you can only point the camera one direction at a time I had to opt for a more cavernous approach.

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