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03/27/04 10:45 PM GMT
Cool render, very original. High marks from me. :c)
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The work of art may have a moral effect, but to demand moral purpose from an artist is to make him ruin his work. (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1832)
03/31/04 12:54 AM GMT
Nicely balanced. Beautiful image. You did a good job on this.
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03/31/04 2:47 AM GMT
Nice work xiist. What program did you use?
One small remark, I think the camera angle is a bit akward, maybe you could show a deeper field of "green slabs" that fade out into infinity. Thats just my opinion. Great work anyway, keep it up.
These type of renderings make really good wallpapers. :)
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"I'm not going there to die.... I'm going to find out if I'm alive"
03/31/04 12:44 AM GMT
Very nice. This is Bryce right? That program is driving me nuts at the moment... I'm impressed that anyone could do something that looks this good in it.
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-Everyone is entitled to my opinion-
03/31/04 4:51 PM GMT
No, I used POV-Ray to make it. I feel that when I type code I usually end up with a better image than with something like Bryce. Thanks for the compliments.
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Beware of the robotic monkey slaves.
04/01/04 9:15 PM GMT
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live life to the full
07/07/05 6:34 PM GMT
Hmmm, beautiful, refreshing, glassy and mysterious are the words that come to mind.
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"A beginning is a very delicate time." - Hurk?!
01/17/06 4:43 PM GMT
I love the perspective of the balls. All the shades of green are beautiful. Thanks
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11/20/06 4:59 AM GMT
perspective, color, and arrangement!
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05/14/07 5:43 PM GMT
Now this make a very cool desktop. A nice render and the subject looks like it part of something larger but still stands alone.
(I love the reflections)
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-My Gallery- The virtue of the camera is not the power it has to transform the photographer into an artist, but the impulse it gives him to keep on looking. - Brooks Anderson
06/21/07 8:35 PM GMT
Wonderful and Cool work..Beautiful colors
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