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wow. thank you so much, deb, for featuring this! this is one of my favourite pics (when it comes to 3d renders).. :o) ♥
– Benedikt Amrhein
amazing! thank you so very much for that feature, evelina.. greatly appreciated! :o) ♥
wow – julie: thanks so very, very much for the feature and the FEATURE!!! this made my day, totally!! :o)) ♥
… i have to admit i was a little bit stunned, not only because of the group feature but because i remembered incorrectly. i thought i WAS featured already… but in the “globes”-group of course. i always confuse these two groups. perhaps because the sphere is my favourite geometrical form in bryce.. ;o)i should try something different. but then again…. lol. there’s nothing as beautiful as a sphere, in my eyes – be it in reality or, even more, digitally rendered.cheers..!!!
Benedikt, Congratulations on your Bryce and Beyond Feature!! :)
thank you very much, keith!! :o)
I have to agree with you . In my Bryce art the sphere is my favorite anything with smooth curves . I like that in my choice of cars too. Love the curve and the bling! LOL!
oh yeah – there’s nothing like a smooth curve – with cars, women, or anywhere else in nature! ;o)confronting a curve with right-angled line makes a nice effect, too. i love to experiment with that. the two or three newest pics of mine are pretty wild, experimental stuff – concerning this matter, but not only! my imagination runs free this weekend…