Look into the reflection of this three dimensional metallic sphere, but don’t let it roll over you. How did it get there? Where is this place? What products are available featuring this surreal digital artwork?
You can learn more about this cool design in my shops:
Do you remember what the interior of the space colony looked like in the movie, Aliens? Well, it was something like this, though this digital artwork was created in three dimensions using a fractal, and not as the result of some menacing creature from outer space. Thank goodness, because you can enjoy this design in safety by visiting these online shops:
After reading a friend’s writing, “The Hell’s Barge Self” – an inspiring account of ones fighting spirit to cherish life through surgery and not succumb to agents of evil – I wrote this poem in response…
Facing the faces of many Disparaging people unkind A warrior of courage with faith Evil cast away – out of mind.
Drifting on boat through a dark hell Operating to fight disease Veiled voices behind a curtain A lesson learned – not to appease.
Emerging stronger than before Precious life held close to her heart Eyes opened look forward with hope Living life anew – a fresh start.
This fun-to-create blue macro digital artwork came into fruition through a series of steps utilizing a fractal generating design software, Adobe Photoshop and Bryce.
After desaturating and formatting the fractal, it was then imported into three dimensional space and extruded to generate a depth in the terrain. Several spheres were positioned accordingly, and the entire scene was placed within a reflective dome. Color, materials and lights were added, as well as magnification…
Starting with a photograph of black and white piano keys, I made several creative modifications to develop this colorful, abstract digital artwork. If interested, it’s available on a variety of items in my shops at Fine Art America, Society 6 and Redbubble.