Golden sculpture in the sun  

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Uploaded: 06/24/04 1:36 AM GMT
Golden sculpture in the sun
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I did this in StudioMax. It is an attempt at abstract art, I hope you like it. You really need to see it full screen to appreciate the detail. Max is a great program to fool around with.


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06/24/04 5:25 AM GMT
Full screen is necessary on this one as Peter said. It's a good clean piece of desktop pleasure.
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B.J. ;)
06/29/04 5:27 PM GMT
Totally cool for sure and must be seen full screen. It rocks, Peter. Thanx for sharing you talent.

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03/06/05 12:19 AM GMT
I don't know what this is, but it's cool.
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03/14/05 2:42 AM GMT
I wonder why this reminds me of a chocolate sculpture!! the colour is just fantastic!!!!! and the whole appearance is electrifying....
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If you can't make waves, make ripples!!
01/20/06 6:55 PM GMT
This came up in the voting booth and captured my attention...perhaps because it reminds me of candy, lol, caramel I think...anyhow, an interesting effect achieved here.:Pat.
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The new year is full of time. As the seconds tick away, will you be tossing time out the window, or will you make every minute count?
03/25/06 2:25 PM GMT
I really like abstracts like this. Very well done.
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02/19/08 7:59 PM GMT
I saw this on the front page, which is an honor in its self. My first thought was of a butterfly or insect, of course, being an abstract it could be most anything. The texture is always interesting to figure out - I immediately thought of leather. The shading of the caramel colouring is beautifully done.
This item seems to be floating on that lovely background - I like the darker blue area, and think this would look well using that one colour. Your work is amazing Peter, and I can see you put a lot of time and effort into it. I also appreciate your narratives, in explaining how you achieve the different effects in your work :^>
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I need to catch up on things so can't comment too much. But I love all of your fine images :)
07/29/09 4:04 PM GMT
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