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EXCLUSIVE… First shot of the elusive building block of all matter, taken shortly after the mini “Big Bang”. (“Artist Rendering”)
3d, vue6, boolean, kreesor, keith reesor
Keith is a self taught digital artist. He uses various programs along with Photoshop CS4 to create his art. He loves to listen to all kinds of music while he creates. He also enjoys reading and playing video games.
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LOl. Very cool but i think it is missing one elephant, oooops, sorry that should read element !
Thanks so much Steven!!
Gawd Keith, this is like my favourite subject of late, I’m so interested in the Higgs particle (God) and the Cern project. I listen to coast-to-coast a.m. every night (Geoge Noory et al) and just am on the edge of my chair about this research. So nice of you to give it a ‘shout out’ in one of your very very cool images… love it and the idea.. ;-)
Thank you very much Zoe!!
– Keith Reesor
Thanks so much Antanas!!
love this representation of dark matter.:)
Thank you very much MT!!
love your idea how do you get that look of the red coil,,,,was it from bryce….anyway well done mate….Martin
Thanks so much Martin. It was in Vue6, but would work in Bryce also. I used ruby as the material.
Thank you very much Alan!!
brilliant… love how your mind works……b
thanks so much…..b !!
I think the red veins in the land formation is pretty neat!
Thank you so much Jewels!! I sort of liked the “Black Hole Sun”!!
wow what a great perception of CERN !
Thank you Elaine!! :>)
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