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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.
A view into the inner workings of your computer/monitor. If it were powered by radio tubes, anyway.
What a beautiful morning. My mornings are never this nice. Oh wait, that's more like my morning.
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.
Another view of the maze of walls I used once before in Far Keep.I was tempted to put a trashcan outside the gate. (can you imagine taking out the trash?)
I really like the simulated depth of field in this. (the blur that increases the further it is from the camera.)
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.
The tracks on the robot mouse were originally created for the Baron Copperpot robot. (same one on the bar at the top of the page.) But I liked feet better for him.
I didn't use lo-res models as the tiny trees in the background, so this image had over 22 trillion polygons. (69.6 trillion when rendering the dynamically generated parts.) Defiantly NOT a model of efficiency.
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