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The Sand Worm
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The Sand Worm was created in Mandelbulb and PhotoShop.

The thought of sandworms came to me via Frank Herbert's novel, "Dune." For my piece, I added the space between Sand and Worm.

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::tigger3
03/01/11 1:51 AM GMT
No matter what you try, you always seem to pull it off with exceptional vigor and work. Tigs♥ =^..^=
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Nature in all her glory is my uplift on life and so is my love of photography. sandi ♪ ♫
.blithe16
03/01/11 2:13 AM GMT
this piece is lost on me, mainly bc i don't remember dune but your creativity is very noted.
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::Jimbobedsel
03/01/11 2:23 AM GMT
Well slap me silly, and call me crazy...but I don't see a worm or sand. No worm I have ever seen looks this purdy or fancy. I never heard of "Dune", but I have heard of Lorna Doone Shortbread Cookies. LOL.
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::0930_23
03/01/11 3:06 AM GMT
I never read the novel Shads but I heard much about it. I think they made a movie as well. Seems to me that Sting was in the movie so I would watch out for the stinger on the sand worm.
Beautiful work per usual.

TicK


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.Joanie
03/01/11 3:45 AM GMT
Gorgeous John!!! You're showing me up!...lol...But I'm so glad to see you using Mandelbulb. You can really pass the time away with it!
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::danika
03/01/11 4:19 AM GMT
The 3D formations are fascinating. Brilliant work, John.
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::cynlee
03/01/11 4:33 AM GMT
Very pretty and I love the ambient lighting and color scheme.
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.BarnArt
03/01/11 5:07 AM GMT
Nice work!
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What ever happened to the good ol' days?
.Eubeen
03/01/11 5:32 AM GMT
I read the first series of Dune novels, gave up after that. A great rendering of the sand worm. Love the 3D look of your beautiful creation John. Gorgeous colours and details, I like the lighting. A wonderful job and thanks for sharing.
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::Flmngseabass
03/01/11 6:47 AM GMT
Totally awesome piece John!!
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::biffobear
03/01/11 8:13 AM GMT
I like this John...Colours like this do it for me...R.
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.elektronist
03/01/11 10:55 AM GMT
This is really great work, John. The 'worm' is very creative idea and very well formed. But most importantly this work has a really great background. The colors of the subject and background match perfectly. Well done, my friend.

Tanju
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::allisontaylor
03/01/11 12:32 AM GMT
Very wild creation. I like the movement and lighting. Colors and energy seem appropriate for the Spice and terrain of Arrakis.
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Logun7
03/01/11 5:31 PM GMT
Wow!! Fantastic design and colors! Very interesting piece:)
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::Inkeri
03/01/11 9:03 PM GMT
WOW,John.This is so Exciting and so Gorgeous work.
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.ovar2008
03/01/11 10:38 PM GMT
Simply fantastic!.
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.Jhihmoac
03/01/11 11:29 PM GMT
Nice color on this...Faved...
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::ryzst
03/02/11 3:48 AM GMT
The movie Dune was an expensive and misbegotten vanity project for a lot of Hollywood talking heads. It's an interesting failure that never should have been given to the crew that made it. The predictably grimy director David Lynch throws mud on Frank Herbert's masterpiece and Magnum Opus, the novel Dune. That being said, your fractal is gorgeous in it's organic complexity. It parallels some of the recent 3D models of viruses with their baroque surfaces and weird attachment mechanisms. Fascinating stuff.
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::solita17
03/02/11 8:07 AM GMT
And let me be the next person to say this is gorgeous... and yes evocative of Herbert's Dune. It's really fascinating to look at... You done it again, John!
mary
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::LynEve
03/02/11 10:44 AM GMT
I am not familiar with 'Dune'.
I am enjoying this for its warm and lovely colours and the object does not look at all worm-like to me.:)
Nice work :)
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.Toto_san
03/03/11 4:33 PM GMT
Creative work for sure...with amazing colors.
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.RAPH
03/05/11 9:09 AM GMT
Oh my god, what a fairy image, I really love the colors you used, it make me think a lot of thing. First a detail of a splendid tapestry of Aubusson (one of the most important luxurious tapestry producers of the world). Nothing to see with your Dune's idea, but this creation is for me, extraordinary.

RAPH
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::Silvanus
03/06/11 12:09 AM GMT
A marvelous work of Arrakeen art, John! Evocative, with beautiful desert colors and a faint scent of melange. A stunning creation that would not be out of place in the royal palace. I'd swear you have a bit of Fremen blood running through your veins, John. Outstanding work!

- Steve
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.icedancer
03/06/11 4:21 PM GMT
Fabulous creation and love those colours John, way to go
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.Paul_Gerritsen
03/29/11 9:18 PM GMT
What an amazingly good creation!
It looks stunnigly good!
Paul
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::PatAndre
04/19/11 2:04 AM GMT
Creative and unique. KEEP-PAH!
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