Well start off the christmas season with one hell of a wallpaper, lol, this wally changed many forms and styles till I was comfortable with the finish. What is it you ask, just a figment of my imagination and lots of inspiration. lol I changed colors for almost a day, lol no joke. Done with Cinema 4D and photoshop 7. This piece looks mint on a wallpaper just to let ya know, lol just lookin at the desktop from a distance, damn lol, some tight colors!
The renders I used here are also going to be used for a collab pretty soon, but its gonna be indy style, so be on the lookout for that sometime soon.
Anyways enough rambling, fullview, comment or fav if you can, have a merry christmas and ask your mom for an x-box, peace!
Great job on the support guys, thanks, helpin me keep the inspiration goin yee keep on kickin it and merry christmas!
Well over the course of 3 days of rendering and some thoughts I came up with this very intresting wallpaper, yet again no clue as to what it is, seemed to have a good alien feeling to it, I love the outcome. Done with photoshop 7 and cinema 4d. Looks mint on the desktop!
Comments and favs are very much appreciated, plenty of work to get this one in there!
Inspired by listening and blasting a whole lot of pantera, and somewhat the matrix too, thats always an inspiration. lol, done with bryce 5, cinema 4d and a whole lot of photosho, pretty much about 3 days to get this one done. Wanted to go for piece style mostly because the renders wern't big enough for the entire wallpaper, lol, but ya it still looks fresh this way. Also I'd have to say the greyscale version looks a whole lot more glossy and sweeter looking then the colored version, so if you want, greyscale it for the desktop as another choice.
Anyways enough rambling here, fullview this unit if you must, comments and favs are always much appreciated, and just checker out on your desktop, its where this piece shines...
WALLPAPER, FONT and NEW SYNTAX STYLE included. The wallpaper is "Emptiness" by redhavk [link] with the artist's permission. The font is the excellent BlackboxBoxy by NightBreed, included with his permission. Just drag and drop the ttf file onto ur Windows/Fonts folder. The new syntax style is aligned with the new Blackbox 0.70 for Linux commands, including many goodies, like borders for each element. Under Windows, it works only for BBLean 1.16. If u have BB4W or Xoblite R2, please contact me. Wharf icons are Alloy Bezel by Ian Black [link] not included in the zip file. More details in the readme file...
WALLPAPER INCLUDED is "Soft Sky" by Raum [link][link] with the artist's permission. Raum sent me the original high resolution wall specifically for this style and I thank him for his time and effort. Sidebar icons are pixtudio's Thunderstorm [link] not included in the zip file...
I dont know if it seemed like a short time but i was working on this one almost non stop day and (mostly) night since i finished "-leviathan-" i was so eager to get it done, it was like my night time project heh. I tried out a lot of new techniques for this and im kinda surprised at myself with how well it went
I reccomend you look at this pic with monitor brightness turned up and in the night so you can see all the details. enjoy one of my best space pics yet
________________________________________ _______________________sha1n by Hipócrates Rodriguez
_* IMAGE 08 from 18pieces to celebrate my 2nd birthday.......
_* Im trying to be slow submitting in order to reach the ADDC launch and pack release at artician.com but I really dont know if I could make it anyways this was done for projectsd.net first pack called SONATA, take care you all.
i always feela bit filthy after using the trademark horizonline in bryce hehe
Doppler Effect – History..( if interested )
During Doppler’s lifetime, it was well known that the pitch of a sound would vary if the object was moving relative to a listener. Mainly, this was noticed with train whistles when they would increase in pitch when they got closer, and decrease as the train went away. In order to measure this effect, Doppler created a strange experiment. He hired a group of trumpeters to play from a moving train car. He then had musicians with nearly perfect pitch recognition listen to the trumpets as the train traveled towards and away from them.