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  The Uncertainty Snare

Two partial images sit for a long time, each needing a contrasting element to complete them. Turns out they can be complete, if they cooperate.

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  Karma

Turns out it's fairly difficult to get a Triceratops to look like it's smiling. Thanks to Lauren on Facebook for helping name the image!

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  Tidal Pool

This one gave me a lot of trouble, I never did get all of it to render at once. I pieced it together from 3 separate renders of the same scene.

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  Acquiesce

With this on my desktop, it looks like my monitor is giving in to the heat, and melting back into a whirlpool.

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  Dragon's Pool

I don't know what the glowing liquid is, but the inhabitant doesn't seem to mind.

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  The Grotto

Wouldn't it be fun to have a basement room that looked like this? A great place for a pool party. Just don't fall in the big hole in the back yard while mowing the lawn.

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  Vortex

This is form of mathematical Fractal Flame, repeated around a central axis to form the twisting pattern.

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  ingress

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.

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  Purling

This is made from multi-replicating metaballs in Bryce to form a curve, grouping them, and multi-replicating that into a bowl shape. Which takes more than a few tries to get just right.

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