This is wallpaper version of XGP:ANGEL.
Remarkable changes and editing has been done. PSD File is over 600 megabytes, not including the previously made work.
Colors have been airbrushed and the render is made in 3D STUDIO MAX,
with Raytrace materials used, at standard scanline rendering.
In my opinion there's great improvement from the original piece.
At the left is blank space for icons and stuff.
I would really want to get some feedback of this work.
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Crystallize . depthCORE Freestyle
Soft yet it is the play of light . Wallpaper version . Bigger in my website
Old school perhaps, but new details. Back to time when everyone needs a fluent wallpaper, this image is a closeup of where crystals are formed. The soft colors dissolve into the transparent crystal formed through the glow of light. Sharp yet soft, this is a minimistic approach to what crystallization is.
A collaboration between me and Kim laurila [link] . He created the organic (neuron) looking render and they reminded me immidiatlyto some illustrations in my biology book. The shapes really look like a structure of a vertebrate neuron.
For those who didnt pay attention in biology class here is some information wich should make the concept more clear.
The cell body of an structure of a vertebrate neuron has two types of processes, or extensions: Dendrites generally receive inputs and conduct signals toward the cell body, whereas axons conduct signals away from the cell body. At the end of the axon, terminal branches each have a synaptic terminal that makes connections with other neurons or target cells.
The working of the CNS (central nervous system) always facinated me. So i tried to make in this picture an visual intrepretation
of it. I hope you like it
BINOCULAR DEPTH PERCEPTION: a result of successful eye teaming and stereoscopic vision; the ability to visually perceive three dimensional space; the ability to visually judge relative distances between objects; a visual-motor skill that aids accurate movement in three-dimensional space.