Bent Perspective (Lonely)  

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Uploaded: 04/08/05 9:48 AM GMT
Bent Perspective (Lonely)
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The first version of Bent Perspective.. The angles and lighting effects are slightly different.. Hope you all enjoy.. Please comment and vote.. ty..


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04/08/05 11:59 AM GMT
Beautiful work and good compositon as always.Well done.
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Carpe diem....
04/08/05 12:12 AM GMT
Nice image yet again. I like the detail in the pictures.
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'Study the past, if you would divine the future.' - Confucius ................. Pieces to Ponder : Blueness
04/08/05 4:47 PM GMT
Interesting work with the beam of light. Unique piece. Blue gets the attention.
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"The best color in the whole world, is the one that looks good, on you!" Coco Chanel
04/08/05 5:25 PM GMT
I think of the two, I prefer this one...though they are both exceptional!!!
Amazing clarity and quality...the specular is perfect and the design is awesome :D
Fantastic job, 10/10...well done! :)
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PrettyFae x...Spread the Passion...
04/08/05 10:49 PM GMT
love the simplicity of the composition and the detail in the elements. very nice
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I hold it true that thoughts are things; They're endowed with bodies, breath and wings: And that we send them forth to fill the world with good results, or ill. That which we call our secret thought speeds forth to earth's remotest spot, leaving it's blessings or it's woes like tracks behind it as it goes. We build our future, thought by thought for good or for ill, yet know it not. Yet so the universe was wrought . Thought is another name for fate. Choose then thy destiny and wait, for Love brings Love and Hate brings Hate. - Henry Van Dyke.
04/09/05 2:26 AM GMT
I love how this is more unique than most 3D images, very dynamic looking. Nice job and comfortable as a desktop
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"The person who says it cannot be done, should not interrupt the person doing it." -Chinese Proverb
04/09/05 4:01 AM GMT
Great work... very good 3D like the reflections and the lighting on this... very well done..
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The human heart feels things the eyes cannot see, and knows what the mind cannot understand. --Robert Vallett
04/09/05 2:12 PM GMT
Nice! Like this one a lot! The composition, color, simplicity, all work together well to make this a great desktop. Well done!
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~~~~~ bleegity, blargity, blah
04/12/05 1:41 AM GMT
Very beautiful!
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"Little dreams cost the same as big dreams, so why not dream big"?
04/13/05 11:59 AM GMT
Great stuff.. of the 2 versions.. this one is my fav. The level of brightness and contrast on this version is better than the other. The horizontal flow of the image here really generates a sense of dynamic motion, where the other version is feels little more tangental! Keep them coming!
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- 'Insert witty quip here'
04/13/05 5:40 PM GMT
Great work. The beam of light penetrating the glass orb is very cool. Great reflections and very original image.
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04/14/05 3:38 PM GMT
Great concept, clean execution, top work, kudos. :)

/votes and comments as people should ;)

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I am like Yin & Yang, my lighter side is balanced by my darkerside, embrace both & you get the whole me, play with one & you will meet the other... ~
04/15/05 3:11 PM GMT
Very interesting work, DJ !
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04/19/05 1:51 AM GMT
the last before this as well, great image DJ, great perspective
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'-"I see", said the blind man to the deaf mute.' My recent gallery....... Select Image- Make your wish.
05/02/05 3:34 PM GMT
wow Wow WoW :)
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11/27/05 12:36 AM GMT
The first truly exceptional site for wallpapers I have seen, and i have searched far and wide... and this wallpaper is a testament to that statement. Keep up the excellent work and sharing.
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03/25/06 6:47 PM GMT
This is very good, your work never ceases to amaze me.
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Ignorance Can Be Cured -~- But Stupid Is Forever
02/10/07 4:42 AM GMT
excellent work. Love the details, the light work, and that vertical horizon... and the title too.
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03/28/07 12:36 AM GMT
Lovely work. This is really intriguing and appealing - a puzzling and thought-provoking image.

Just to say, I'd like to comment on more than is practical in your gallery, but you should know it's not due to any qualitative deficiencies in the images I don't comment on, but only the lack of quantitative deficiencies in your gallery as a whole.

This makes me think of Lewis Carroll. I tried to view the other version, but I guess you deleted that one already.

- cfr
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