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I'm behind on my work, so I present another image from a board game project I've been working on. This magic potion container was an homage to the movie Big Trouble in Little China.
The idea for this one started while walking through a bookstore, and noticing just how many books, of all types, had skulls on the cover. Try counting them yourself next time.
I like this one on my desktop, the windows open like they are part of the scene. This image holds the record for crashing my computer, the mushrooms had a few too many polygons.
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.
This image holds the record for taking too long. Too many blurry reflections, too many scattered and reflected light rays to calculated.
This started out as one of many experiments in creating waves, but the waves became secondary as the islands developed.
This is one of my favorite fractal manipulations. Don't lose too many icons in there.
Based on many stories of lights hovering in the woods. Personally, when I need to go behind a tree, I turn off my headlights.
I have registered 'Terragen' and this is the first of many new landscapes I will be adding.
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