Bugs Nouveau XXII by bugsnouveau ()
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This is a 3D model made from:
2 infinite planes
pixels rendered 2.59 trillion
size 14400 x 18000 pixels
render time 7d:03h:57m:27s
Thank you for your comments, looks, and
thanks for being here. Tom
Image Comments (37)
gaius () 2:29AM | Sat, 23 May 2020
This superb "jewel" makes see my life in blue...don't get me wrong, I don't feel blue...mys sky is bleu.
madame () 8:44AM | Sat, 23 May 2020
Superb bug in blue. After a long time render it gives a gorgeous creation... it was worth it !!
Radar_rad-dude () 12:56PM | Sat, 23 May 2020
Today we is singin the blues? A very nice variation on the bug! Splendid creation.
romangirl () 6:35PM | Sat, 23 May 2020
Love the (fifty) shades of blue, which reminds me of the TV show with Jennifer Lopez!
UteBigSmile () 5:03AM | Sun, 24 May 2020
This new image looks really amazing and well done. I wish you and yours a nice Sunday, take care and stay healthy!
STEVIEUKWONDER () 6:37AM | Sun, 24 May 2020
This is really something! Such a long render time! Mine normally takes between two and four hours! lol
anahata.c () 7:43AM | Tue, 26 May 2020
I saw this when you posted it, and I thought: Whoa! He used a non-black background! You used this salmon-flesh tone, and orange-tan, with dark yellow highlights around the bug: It's beautiful, Tom, and creates a whole different atmosphere. (The black is brilliant, but this is a new feel.) Your largely-blue bug has more of your "cut glass" texture, though in the very center you use the kind of organic segments one finds in biological insects, which makes this seem like it could crawl off the screen and scuttle for the walls. Beautiful use of different blues, with more of your morphed-light wings (the way you create light-on-chrome feeling on your wings...really, they're almost like plane wings!). And two blue eyes, with light and dark combined. (Your eyes are always in harmony with, or in dialogue with your bodies.) Lots of whites and grays here too, to set off the blues. So the dynamic variations continue...beautiful.