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A sight that can never be seen in reality.
I created and imported a fractal swirl into my 3d software, and tried it out on an infinite plane and sphere. The image was striking, so I turned it into a finished image.
I have registered 'Terragen' and this is the first of many new landscapes I will be adding.
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.
I planned on having a small object sit on the newspaper I had been working on, and put the sphere there as a place holder. I loved the reflections and refractions so much, I had to use it as is.
I couldn't come up with a name for this one, so I used a 'Name Maker' I found online that generates random names for bands.
Really dark images are difficult because I need to take into account some monitors are darker than others, hiding some details, but this image can be dramatic both ways.
I almost added some people to the ships, but it seemed more mysterious leaving open the question of who or what would fly these things.
The name hints at the fact that this image is made up of basic 3d shapes, even the balloon is a flattened sphere with an inverted cone underneath.
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