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Bryce 7 pro.

Long ago, bipeds trod,
the planet's face, roughshod,
they burned in nuclear fire.

Nuclear winter froze the ground,
centuries passed without a sound,
time finally put out the fire.

Now life is again taking root,
amid the ruins and the soot,
Nature releases her desire.


Actually, this started out with a veggie based humanoid coming out of that mud-burp, but I kept remembering *claudio51 doing those reflective spheres and I hadn't done one in awhile...
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Bryce 7 Pro:

Out where the cold winds blow
and humans seldom ever go,
you can find my good friend Crow.

He and his freaky buddy Loon,
will lead you down the path to ruin
and then dance by the light of the moon.


May be used as stock if you link to it in the credits.

Credits: The plant life is created by my bud ~RavynsWorld who has a shop at Renerocity
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Bryce 7 pro.

Like the sound of a lost soul's moan
or the sharp crack of breaking bone,
even to a heart of cold, black stone,
Hell has a beauty all it's own.


That's my friend Ravensworld 's "Shan's Shack" model and her dead grass upfront.  She has shops at Rendo and Content Paradise,

Sorry for the couple of weeks no show, I've been spending a little time in Hell,  I should be back Friday to swap out the features and fave all the fancy stuff I've missed.

It's a fine thing that Hell's gate swings both ways...
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Bryce 7 pro:

Mr.Wagner never believed in hell,
I don't much either, oh well...
to his amazed surprise, after he died,
his eternity's being spent hungry and fried,
cast down upon a burning plain,
ravenously hungry, skin boiling pain,
beside him a pile of mouldering dead,
he could endure the hunger, remain unfed,
but as he screamed his hatred to Gawd,
he left no fucking bone ungnawed.


:iconevilgrin2plz:

Belated credit: Sky by Sinober Thanks, RavynsWorld
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Bryce 7 pro:

Deep within the dark, cold ground,
a silver casket keeps him bound,
walk too close you'll hear the scratching,
the horrid sound of frenzied gnashing,
as he tries, tries and tries again,
to find his way back to the world of men,
to repay the debt of blood and rage,
written darkly on his soul's page,
his eternal struggle will never cease,
he may be at rest, but he's never at peace.


The grave is a hypnagogia freebie available at ShareCG.

=GypsyH is in the hospital and my kid's maternal Grandmother got abulanced there tonight with a possible heart attack, so I am unable to sleep, raging like animal, but with no outlet for the anger and fear as there is no guilty party in either case.
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Bryce 7 pro:

Dark hearts ebb and dark hearts flow,
just like dark tides, don't ya' know?
Leaving dark signs of their passing,
like the sound of a cold wind laughing.


I'm thinking about rendering a group of skies and oceans/terrains as a resource if there is a use for them.
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Bryce 7 pro:

The villagers climb the point to pray,
'n' then they throw their lives away,
leaping down to the rocks below,
their fluids join the ebb and flow.

Their God is not a watchful one,
creation finished, his job was done,
but they still go and pray and die,
hoping it will catch his eye.

That he'll return and say, "Enough!,
you've proven your love and all that stuff!"
But it has been ten thousand years,
a million lives, a billion tears.

Perhaps as Gods are so prone to do,
he's forgotten them as time's sands blew,
but they'll keep jumping to their death,
until there's no believers left.

And then, stripped of their love and pain,
their God will realize in vain,
that they were what gave him Godhood
and this time gone - he's gone for good.

If you're looking for a moral here,
it's that if your God demands a tear,
or that you spend your life in fear,
perhaps you need one that just likes beer!


Credit: The background villages are a Herminio Nieves freebie, the schooner is Jed Swindell's excellent work and the docks and boat are by my bud Rayvn available @ Content Paradise.
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Bryce 7 Pro:

When I was just a little boy,
I got so much happiness and joy,
from the simple gift of a tiny toy.

Then the little boy faded,
into a man, dark and jaded,
his anger never close to sated.

Women came and women went,
money earned and money spent,
arrogant, proud, he never bent.

Now I'm old and facing death,
short on time, short on breath,
a blood-red soul in failing flesh.

But I still remember the toy,
the giver and the burst of joy,
which even time could not destroy.

Don't waste your time on empty dreams,
there's never as much time left as it seems,
life, love and health are all that truly gleams.


This render taught me things I didn't know about bryce water textures after all these years of using bryce.

Credit: The toy duckie is an Oyonale freebie and the cat-tails and swamp grass are from my friend ~RavynsWorld Swamp grasses product available on Renderosity and Content Paradise.
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Bryce 7 pro:

If he weren't so stiff and dead,
the crows'd drive him out'a his head,
cawin' and chatterin' all night long,
croakin' out that strange, dark song,
but if his dead ass could answer a question - just one.
I'll bet he'd say those crows were better company than none.


The grave and cross are a freebie that is available on Rendo and ShareCG.  It came with a shovel, but crows can't use them.  Credit where credit is due.
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Bryce 7 pro.

Long ago, he ruled the land,
millions died at his command,
now he's stuffed between two walls,
without the space to scratch his balls
and they no longer feel the dread,
they use his glow to read in bed...
Gods and Demons all fall down
and then, another comes aroun',
flow and ebb, ebb and flow,
Dark, Light, the cold winds blow.

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