Nature In Cement by bpmac ()
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Created and rendered in MojoWorld using a technique described by Jonathan Allen (jba, an amazingly creative fellow). An original material is created and applied to a sphere and rendered extremely close to the camera. A very complex fractal mix is driving the diffuse. The sun is directly behind the camera. AA: 4, Geometry: 9. Render time about 10 hours @ 2046x2046 original size. Thanks for viewing!
Image Comments (8)
prutzworks () 1:34AM | Thu, 05 June 2008
great concept, looks a bit like a details from Gustav Klimt's works
woz2002 () 3:33AM | Thu, 05 June 2008
I think the method is called a "pastiche" from very distant memory (back to art school days) Nice work , very vibrant :)
Elcet () 7:12AM | Thu, 05 June 2008
Very funny and original. Looks very much like a photomicrography of a rock taken with a polarizing microscope! Reminds me my geological studies at the university many years ago!
onepixeldeep () 3:29PM | Thu, 05 June 2008
Something I've always wanted to do really, but it's never worked out, I'm intrigued p.s. This is sublime...x Ang