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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.
It might be sunset, or later in the evening, hard to tell time by the sun, when it just circles around the horizon all day.
I'm working on a collection of prints that will be sold in Alaska this summer. So to keep up with wallpapers as well, expect less variety in the themes for a month or two.
Originally I had an old road running through the woods, but it was hidden under the snow. I am really glad I switched to a stream, it's much more intriguing.
I made these penguins planning to put them into a scene, but after lining the models up in a test scene, it made a cute story of it's own.
I started the candle last year for a holiday image, but didn't finish in time. I almost forgot about it.
I've been going back and forth working on this and another image. Apparently this one won, the other still has a few hours work to go.
A mathematical fractal image forming a snowflake shape.
The warming sun rises over fresh snow. You can tell older snow on mountains because all the thin areas have melted away, increasing the contrast.
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