The Lord's table by dwindt ()
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The image of The Lord projected onto the mitre is to remind the man of cloth by whose example they must lead. Reminding mankind of who is King;
The round slab represents the rock that sealed the tomb;
The 10 commandments are engraved on the slab;
The cross and the thorn crown represent the sacrifice that The Lord made for us and the pain and torture He endured as the ultimate sacrifice;
The blood dripping done the side of the slab, the cleansing blood of The Lamb;
The holy communion goblet - the blood of Christ and the loaf of bread - the body of Christ;
The folded serviette - when The Lord was resurrected, he cast aside the embalming cloth and folded the napkin - representing that "it" was complete;
The closed doors in the slab should house 7 seals representing where the Lord of darkness is imprisoned;
The box with the 3 holes on either side, between the sealed doors and The Almighty's bible (His teachings) and the mitre (crown) can represent Pandora's box - the holes allowing free access into the light or remain in the darkness.
Image Comments (2)
dwindt () 7:49PM | Tue, 15 September 2020
This is the 3d render that I posted earlier. I addd a few items in Photoshop to create a really religious experience. Once the items were added, I had to simulate the projected image of Jesus over the added images.
It is a Photoshop challenge and not a 3d modeling one, so I had to comply....lol. 2 birds with 1 stone!
Deenamic () 6:06PM | Sat, 26 September 2020
Congratulations! Your image has been chosen as a mixed medium staff pick! Keep up the great work!