Inspired by a description of the great pyramid of Meereen in George R. R. Martin's "Song of Ice and Fire".


8.19/10 rating (469 votes)
115 Comments

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Atmos42
"10"
Although this is an older piece, I had forgotten about it until this morning when I was adding some wallpapers to work PC. I would love to see this revisited in some way, and one thing I would like to see added would be more people. While having one figure definitely gives a sense of scale, I like to see a building such as this in use with multiple people as if it was a snapshot from a working facility. Anyway, my two cents.

Tue April 1, 2014 at 10:54 am

Ryan
"@Angelique"
I am sorry you didn't like the prints. I have a Zazzle print of "Temple of the Leaf" hanging in my house and I didn't think it was too dark at all. I have heard, however, that they changed their printing process last year so things may be different now.

Prints will always come out darker than what you see on the screen. My images are designed first and foremost t be viewed on a backlit monitor so they have an inherent brightness. That is lost when you the print the image (because the only light is what you shine on the poster). That having been said, I do brighten the images before I upload them to Zazzle but if I do it too much the preview thumbnail doesn't look like that people have seen in my gallery.

Once again, I am sorry your prints didn't turn out. I hope you return them so Zazzle knows there is a problem.

Tue February 7, 2012 at 8:59 am

Angelique
"Temple of the Leaf "
Have you ever ordered a print of this from Zazzle? I recently ordered from them for the first time and got poster prints of three of your wallpapers. I was really anticipating receiving them, as they are all so beautiful on the computer screen, but when the posters arrived in the mail I was disappointed by how very dark they printed. This one had turned out looking as if the scenery were at the last moments of the sunset hour instead of a bright day. The colors and light looked nothing like it does here on the screen. It's a shame :( I don't know if Zazzle just does bad prints or if maybe the file prints out that way when you print it. In the past when I had some of my digital camera's photos printed at WalGreen's I found a similar thing had happened where they printed out much darker contrast and light than they appeared when viewing on a computer screen. I'd re-order them if next time they'd come out looking exactly as they do on the screen.

Tue February 7, 2012 at 4:55 am

Marta
"Like a dream"
It's truly like a vision from a dream. It also reminds me of something out of a fantasy movie or video game. You definately have the potential to work on that sort of thing! Outstanding.

Sun March 28, 2010 at 2:56 pm

Eric
"Amazing"
Ryan, as an ancient architecture enthusiast, this is truly amazing. You have clearly outdone yourself with this piece. Thank you so so much.

Sat February 13, 2010 at 2:45 pm

SlyV.
"Very Nice! I Like!"
I like this one. This would make a great poster. Keep it up Ryan!

June 2, 2009

Chan5
"People"
I always like when you put that little human hiding in the picture!

May 31, 2009

Mike
"Temple of the Leaf"
I like this one :D It makes me think of ancient Mayan cities and how they might have looked before they were ruins.

May 19, 2009

Will
"Overhead View"
I'm curious what this place would look like from high above. I think the patterns created by the forested areas and the water would be very interesting.



Any chance of a picklejar version with the camera placed high above the center of the pyramid?

April 21, 2009

RedSelene
"Your inspiration"
I LOVE The Wheel of Time Series!

April 17, 2009

Tom
"Temple of the Leaf"
Great art work. Excited about the dual and triple screen version of this and the night version. Thanks for so many beautiful works of art.

April 13, 2009

Joel
"An idea..."
I already commented earlier on how awesome this one is =)



But I just thought of something...

While I always loved this work, I never really grasped the scale of it. I looked at the size of the person standing on the main path, but it still didn't do it for me. I think I just realized why I had such a problem with this. The entrance to the pyramid is gigantic. And since I'm not used to seeing anything with an entrance so extremely large, my mind just expected that everything else was simply smaller.



It would be an interesting experiment to vary the size of the entrance and see what impact it has on the sense of scale.



Anyways, still think this work is incredible. One of my favorites =)

April 12, 2009

Ryan
"Troublesome"
I have started something else, but I still think the night version shows promise and I want to have one (with the multi-screens) soon.

April 9, 2009

Greg
"Hey Ryan, if the night version is proving 'troublesome', you could always move on to something else..."
What's that? No, I'm not greedy at all, why do you ask?

April 9, 2009

Aeolwind
"Top Notch"
Top notch as always. Any chance of a dual monitor render?

April 9, 2009

Aaron H
"Comment"
Very cool. It's a "Set as Desktop Background" piece! :)

April 8, 2009

dujeon
"Vivec"
Glad to see others out there love great games, I know what you mean Joe about the comparison to Vivec

April 8, 2009

Rick
"Hazy"
I've been looking at this image on my home cinema projector (which is a great way to view DB art when a 24" monitor doesn't cut it!) and I love the overall composition of this. I also like that when image is viewed large you start noticing more and more of its intricate details. I didn't initially notice the lone figure on the path but this gives it a majestic scale.



On the other hand, the one thing that lessens the impact for me is the way the atmosphere looks a bit too smoggy.

April 8, 2009

Mark
"Breathtaking!!"
I've not made many comments on Ryan's images before even though I've loved them all.



However, this time I wanted to say how much I love his most recent piece of art.



I'm a great lover of ancient egypt and love pyramid designs. This is another twist on a great idea.



I know each of us has their own thoughts about what would be great to add and what would be good for a night version.



In my opinion I think an almost total eclipse version would be a great idea. Think of the possibilities.

I had an image of the eclipsed sun with the ring effect at the apex of the pyramid with most of the surrounding area in subdued lighting.

It kind of reminds me of all those movies where there's a once in 5000 years event.

A circle of people with torches near the intersection of the roads and a shaft of light from the pyramid which focuses on a central figure in the centre of these people.

The chosen one!!



That's my idea anyway.

I wish I had the skills to create it myself.



Ryan I'm so glad to see your illness and recuperation hasn't dulled your creative abilities.



Keep it up and keep experimenting.

April 7, 2009

Eric
"Never disappoints"
I have yet to be disappointed by anything you have put out. This is an awesome piece and can't wait for the night version.

April 7, 2009

Raj
"Awesome pictures"
lately you have been making some spectacular pictures with a good amount of realism to please us.

April 6, 2009

Bill
"Yesss"
Classic DB background. I love it.

April 6, 2009

Lawrence
"temple of the leaf"
I think this is a beautiful picture, but a little to bright in the background which I believe take away from the beauty of the garden below.

April 6, 2009

Mike R.
"excellent"
Phenomenal job with this one. I was getting a little hungry for a wallpaper like this one, so it was certainly perfect timing for me.

April 6, 2009

Joe
"Temple of the Leaf = Vivec?"
Any Morrowind players out there? Kind of reminds me of the city of Vivec.

April 5, 2009

Chris
"Breathtaking..."
...Especially on my 42" hi-def TV, which serves as my movie/video game monitor. This wallpaper looks beyond spectacular on it. Easily one of my all time favorites by you Ryan, and that's saying a lot. Well done, and welcome back.

April 4, 2009

Chris
"Wonderful"
Simply wonderful! Thank you Ryan, great to see you back on to form!

April 4, 2009

Phillip
"impressive lighting"
wow, impressive lighting....you are a master of lights!

April 4, 2009

Mangoman
"Double Wow!!"
I believe Alex is far too picky. As I mentioned before, just enjoy it. It looks real enough to want to go there and see it up close. It is so HUGE! Again, out of the ballpark, Ryan. You is back on track, bro. Just do it. Thank you.

April 4, 2009

Adrian
"Temple of the Leaf"
Hey, this picture is just awesome! Was wondering if u could make a "darker" version of it. Its too bright up at the temple almost looks blured. If u could make the temple more clear and than make the whole image darker as if it was almost night time.



Thanks

April 3, 2009

Leanna
"I give up"
Ok whats the book series? I've been racking my brain! Oh and the new image is really good too!

April 3, 2009

Kyle M
"Wow..."
Man, you really know how to get someones attention with your amazing work. Your environments make me wish these were real places to visit. I would love to live in your dream worlds you create. Keep up the fantastic work. If you would make a triple monitor variation of this, that would be fantastic too.

April 3, 2009

Heather A
"Beautiful"
Beautiful!!!



How about putting it out in 3840 x 1200 (dual widescreen) so I can use it....pretty please?!?!



:o)



Thanks!

April 3, 2009

Joel
"Amazing"
This picture literally took my breath away when i first saw it.

April 3, 2009

l337h1um
"Re-evaluation"
Actually I take my previous comment back. This is not a nice pic. It's stunning.

A lot of your images have a significant amount of grain in them. Don't get me wrong, they're still gorgeous. This one doesn't have much grain at all, and it's really quite a beautiful scene.



I like the foggy/smoggy effect. It's quite realistic. Although for it to be realistic, you have to assume this picture is set in modern day Earth rather than 1000 years ago before we had cars and factories.

April 3, 2009

l337h1um
"Resolutions"
Nice pic.



What about 480x800 resolution for mobiles? It's an increasingly popular resolution.

April 3, 2009

Thorin
"Tilted"
What's with the tilt to the right???

April 2, 2009

ddkeil
"Temple of the Leaf"
I always watch for the detail. I have one of your disks from several years ago. All great, some exquisite, some make we wish to visit there. This one makes me wish to visit there. I'll watch for your little tweaks, daylight to night-scene, etc. It's beautiful.



With the health problems you have had this past year, to produce what you have is quite an accomplishment. I wish you the best, and will stay on your side.

Donna

April 2, 2009

NikB
"Absolutely fantastic"
I usually hear of your latest creation via your RSS feed, so when you mentioned "pyramid" I immediately thought of "Necropolis", which is one of my favourites.



This, however, is something else. The aspect, the light and the detail are simply stunning. Well done.



Oh, and of course I can't wait for the night version ;-)

April 2, 2009

johnnyzoo
"I couldn't think of an..."
I'm always giddy with excitement when visiting this site, especially when I know an image will soon be up. I even close my eyes like a school kid and brace myself to view a stunning piece of imagery...!



And this is no exception, nothing short of stunning to say the least.



I would usually go into a few critiques but for the first time in a while (for me) there just aren't any...?? So I'll just get right to the praise.



I love the height of the image and the man all the way down there is amazing! Really sells the scale of the image. Detail on the ground is clear and the trees are great too.



10/10 from me.(its been a while since I last gave out a ten;)

April 2, 2009

serkan
"A masterpiece art of the digital world :D"
By looking at this rich ecosystem composition and plants' growth i can say climate there must be very hot and wet with heavy rain drops from time to time in a day.(mosquito population must be at its peak level)



and i'm sure during lunar cycles the sea level will rise above its current level amd tides will overflow ground level of the temple all over with sea water :)



After night version if it's not too complicated for you to create a bird's eye view from the top of the temple would give a great perspective for comparaison with the normal version :D

April 2, 2009

Scarr
"Night Version"
I like Josh's idea of the night version, with some kind of planitia behind the pyramid. It would make sense with aztec culture as well, due to the fact that they based their calendar and many other things on the cosmos. It would be cool to see not only a rendering of the history, but a depiction of the mythology as well!

April 2, 2009

Alex
"general feedback"
I love the concept behind this but I don't think the execution of the idea is up to your usual awesome standard. (The trouble with setting a high bar is that you then have to keep jumping over it.) I think the entry arch to the pyramid is too fine and underweight in comparrison to the main structure and it looks entirely abandoned which seems odd for a structure that is in such a manicured state of good repair. Also the terraces of the pyramid look a bit plonked and blocky and as though the builders couldn't decide if they were being mayan influenced or egyptian influenced or trying to do something else and not quite getting it. I like the composition as it permits a very static structure to look dynamic. I also like the lighting as it lends the whole image a sense of being a sacred place, the Dusk light reveals the world to us at its most magical.



To me this feels like one for the pickle jar and like it could use a bit more development. I hope I'm not being too harsh in my critique, I am genuinely a fan of the work I just think this one isn't quite there yet.

April 2, 2009

The Guru
"Excellent"
I would say this is definately among your best. It looks absolutely fantastic. Can't wait to see the night version.

April 2, 2009

Joe Lane
"Inspiring"
This is by far one of your best images. I am very impressed.

April 1, 2009

Brent
"Awesome! can't wait for the tri-screen and night version!"
love this one... bring on the tri-screen and night version!



if you want an idea for a new piece that could be more design/abstract.. how about poker/cards. world series is approaching, may be a fun idea

April 1, 2009

Robert
"Temple of the Leaf"
A nighttime version would be nice.

April 1, 2009

SA
"Matthew Riley - Seven Ancient Wonders?"
Looks like what is described in the book as the Ziggurat in the Hanging Gardens of Babylon.

April 1, 2009

Josh
"If/when we get a night version..."
I hope it is something a little different. I love me my night versions, but I feel like they're getting a little old. A lot of the night versions blend together in my mind already. I think this would be neat with some kind of space background, like night, but with no atmosphere so you can see some planets or nebulae. Something different, new, fresh...

April 1, 2009

Ryan
"Statues"
:-) I was wondering if anyone would notice the statues. Yes, I used them before in another image.

April 1, 2009

Link33
"Fantastic!"
This one is an example of why I love your work over the years. It's simply gorgeous!

Have you used that statue before? It looks like another of my favorite pieces and suggests a far flung relationship.



As far as a night version, I'm curious to see it. I think this has a primitive feel to it with all the vegetation that maybe there wouldn't bee any artificial light involved... or maybe just from the top pyramid section....





Love this one very much.



Link33

April 1, 2009

Carlos
"Temple of the Leaf"
Stargate?

April 1, 2009

Nate F
"10/10"
well its been quite some time since i gave out a 10/10; but this one lives up to it

April 1, 2009

Laura
"New building"
Ryan,



Yay! I was originally hooked on your buildings and people-spaces, and it's great to see another one.



I'd love to see what this scene looks like from the top level. That space looks like it just glows.



Cheers!

April 1, 2009

Ryan
"Inspiration"
Lots of interesting suggestions for where I came up with the idea for this image. I've posted the real inspiration in my blog so I invite you to stop there and have a look if you are interested.

April 1, 2009

Dennis
"Wow!"
Just Wow!

I want to GO there!

April 1, 2009

Nathalie
"Love It!!"
It looks like you took a picture. This is so cool. I wish that you could do some waterfall scenes. Keep up the good work.

April 1, 2009

Bruceam
"Temple Inspiration"
This is a great image, with fantastic detail, and real world colors and shading. I haven't a clue as to the serial you are reading which inspired it. My first thoughts were the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, that a Babylonian king built for his wife who missed the mountains of her youth. That is the only example I know of where gardens or vegetation were incorporated into the structure.



As always, I look forward to all of your "tweeks".




April 1, 2009

RoYaLe
"Co-Workers Amazed."
When I put up a new wallpaper that you've made, many people in my office can't believe that the picture wasn't taken by a camera. I then proceed to tell them about the site and hopefully lead them your way.

I could have chosen the lifetime membership but am going to renew every year instead. (That way you end up making out better, because you deserve every penny.)



Keep it up!

April 1, 2009

Larawen
"Night Time"
I am so happy you are adding a night version! I was just about to comment about that. I work in low light conditions a lot of the time, and I am stuck using darker wall papers. Your work is amazing, hope you are feeling better!

April 1, 2009

Maelin
"Gorgeous!"
This one is quite spectacular. This is the first time I've looked at DB and seen a brand new work just uploaded, so I don't know the standard protocol for the situation. Will there be a dual widescreen version coming soon? Fingers crossed!

April 1, 2009

Tim
"Amazing"
This is fantastic! Thanks so much for the beautiful artwork!

April 1, 2009

DomP
"Pyramids"
I've always been a huge fan of your different pyramids, Egyptian and otherwise. This is easily one of the best. Looking forward to the night version!

April 1, 2009

Matt
"Awesome!"
I think this is one of your best works, awesome job! I am looking forward to seeing a night version!

March 31, 2009

Sean W
":-O"
This is AWESOME!!! Like, mind-blowing awesome. This is gorgeous, blockbuster movie-quality CG, even more so than your other work. And that's saying something!



Instant desktop, and as others have said, instant classic! Well done!!

March 31, 2009

Scarr
"Do more"
This is truly amazing. Getting inspiration from ancient times is really inspiring. Seeing that there is truly not enough art out there displaying the majesty and beauty of the ancient civilizations, I think with your talent you should continue drawing inspiration from the old world of mystery. You'd be great at re-creating the 7 wonders of the world, and more.

March 31, 2009

RC
"Water"
Matt, doubt it is Alia's temple in Dune. Look at all the water. Arrakis is still a desert in Children of Dune (though it is starting to change). It could be part of God Emperor of Dune after Arrakis becomes wet, but that was never turned into a movie or tv miniseries like Dune and Children of Dune (and Ryan said he got the inspiration while watching something), and I don't recall a pyramid being a central site in that book.



It looks based on a Mayan temple to me, but too much water. Nothing comes to mind from the Star Gate universe either (given how many pyramids were in it, none looked like that). I am rather stumped on it's origin!



Look forward to Ryan telling us!

March 31, 2009

Dan
"Wow!"
This is amazing! Absolutely the best! The detail and crispness is awesome! Right down to the walkway leading to the temple. I love everything about it, can't say anything less than excellent about this one!

March 31, 2009

Matt
"Dune"
This has got to be inspired by Alia's Temple in the Dune series. What's the prize if I'm right ;-)



Awesome image, btw - can't wait for the night version.

March 31, 2009

Jon
"Another classic"
Great job on this image! It's pictures like this that make Digital Blasphemy so great and continue to astonish me. I wouldn't change anything!



My favorite aspect of this picture is the enormous scale, and the tiny person in the foreground gives the temple and its surrondings some excellent perspective. As far as the clouds and lighting go, they are already incredible. The haziness makes the picture feel surreal, but the foreground remains perfectly clear.

March 31, 2009

Kyle
"Cool"
I like it, made me think of Apocalypto.

March 31, 2009

Steve
"The Luxor Hotel/Casino?"
Could that have been your inspiration? :)

March 31, 2009

Ragnarok
"Holla!"
Ryan,



The concept is brilliant here. I agree with others that it is quite hazey like LA. I do not think it would detract at all from the enchantment of this image to clarify things. The lighting is perfect to me, and I would not change a thing there. As far as the decoration or design of the temple, I agree that it looks like a wedding cake. I am not sure what book this was inspired by but I love it. Aside from these minor setbacks, this here is a smash hit! I know everyone is ranting and raving about the night version, but not all night versions are better. Well done Ryan, you did it again boy! Also I love that little man in this!

March 31, 2009

Lidia
"Temple of the Leaf"
Beautiful!

March 31, 2009

RC
"Great job"
Great pyramid - I always find fantasy locations some of the best. Look forward to your night version - daytime scenes I find too bright to use in a dark room.

March 31, 2009

John
"Fantastic foreground "
The water, land, greenery and buildings are exquisitely detailed back until a little past the temple itself, and it's amazing to look at. I can just sit and stare at the little intricacies forever, and the lighting is perfect on the paths and water.



However, the clouds aren't nearly as detailed and the lighting on them/the temple I don't like as well, which seems to jump out at you because of how well both aspects are done in the foreground. Very good overall though, glad to hear you're doing a night version.

March 31, 2009

Tyson
"Temple of the Leaf "
Meh, not one of my favorites, but it is nice.



Maybe a night version will be cool?

March 31, 2009

Jonathan L
"Wow!"
This is such a neat wallpaper.

Totally unexpected!



I really, really like it. :D

March 31, 2009

sharris
"temple of the leaf"
wow!

March 31, 2009

Blurr
"Previous Art"
Hey Ryan, the previous image is not working... I can't comment on it, and when I click on a different resolution size it brings me to an older version of the picture. What happened!

March 31, 2009

hads
"Fantastic"
This is a fantastic image, I have so many favourites but this has to be another one.

March 31, 2009

T
"Amazazing!!!"
Really outdid yourself on this one! Can't wait for the night version.

March 31, 2009

Benjamin
"Tenochtitlan"
When I saw this I was reminded of the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan, now the site of Mexico City.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenochtitlan



Absolutely beautiful work, Ryan. Simply phenomenal.

March 31, 2009

Ingo
"Simply..."
Beautiful...

March 31, 2009

Micro78
"AWSOME!!! "
This one is great!!! You haven't had a Ancient Temple art background in a long time!! Thanks alot!!! Woo-hoo!!!

March 31, 2009

Curtis
"Temple"
I love the perspective of this, The lighting, it's so amazing.

I don't know where you get these ideas and pull them off to look this superb. Thank You Ryan. I do hope your feeling well. Take Care.

March 31, 2009

Empressgot
"Temple Of the Leaf"
I don't know Is it Myan/Aztec? But it is interesting!

March 31, 2009

Jenanne
"Tell us, pleeease..."
Hi Ryan: I agree -- I'd LOVE to know the name of the book/series that inspired this terrific piece. I have no doubt I'd enjoy reading it. In the meantime, this is going up as wallpaper. Great mood and you did wonderful things with light and shadow with this one. Thanks!

March 31, 2009

Walo
"Outstanding!"
See I found a new adjective... lol. Although I know it is not the source, this reminds me of Atlantis.

March 31, 2009

KRingg
"Atmosphere"
Wow... this one is definitely one of my all-time favorites now. The atmosphere is PERFECT... I love the haze, it really adds to the majesty and scale of the image.

March 31, 2009

PaulXX
"March Upcountry?"
It made me think of a city visited in the Weber/Ringo Sci Fi series March Upcountry? In any case I really like this one too ;-)!

March 31, 2009

Pat
"Temple"
Wow, that is amazing. I love the way the light hits the figure on the path like that. Colors are perfect. Things are just hazy enough. The trees look better and better every time I look at them.



If you decide to do an update, the only thing that bugged me even the slightest bit about this one was the decoration on the temple walls. Every once in a while I feel like I'm looking at a wedding cake. : )



A couple more statues in the background would be cool too.



Just throwing ideas around. This is easily in my top ten.


March 31, 2009

JB
"Very Nice"
This is an amazing piece. It puts me in the mindset of one of my favorite pieces by you: Conjunction. Keep up the good work sir.

March 31, 2009

Travis
"Fantastic!"
Ryan,



So glad to see you making more pyramid themed backgrounds. This image is simply stunning - great colors, warm feeling to match the time of year and all around incredible!



Thanks a ton, as always and keep up the great work.

March 31, 2009

Sanalith
"Lovely!"
Simply stunning, as always! I especially love the clouds and the mistiness around the temple. Looking forward to the night-time version!



Thanks for such wonderful work!

March 31, 2009

dujeon
"Stunning"
Unbelievable, I love visiting your site and a new wallpaper waiting, as often is the case, as with this one, its a breath taking moment. Stunning picture, thank you

March 31, 2009

Becca
"Hanging Gardens of Babylon"
This kind of reminds me of what the Hanging Gardens of Babylon would look like. Not quite, but close enough to bring them to mind. Keep up the great work!!

March 31, 2009

Levis
"Incredible"
Wow this wallpaper blew me away.

Excellent Work

March 31, 2009

Greg in KC
"Completely Impressed!"
Ryan,



That is absolutely amazing. I thought the statues provided scale... then I looked and saw the person in the middle of the path and I was just blown away. You definitely continue to take it up a notch each time you release a new piece of art. Keep up the good work! Can't wait for the double-screen version!



Greg in KC

March 31, 2009

Florian
"Very Nice"
It reminds me a little bit about Otherland from Tad Williams...

March 31, 2009

Randall
"Wow!"
This is amazing. It reminds me of a Sumerian ziggurat, from art history class. Beautiful. And I can't wait for the night version either!

March 31, 2009

Paul
"Ooooo!"
I cannot wait for the nighttime version of this.

March 31, 2009

John R
"Sweet"
kind of reminded me of "Conjunction" (rememeber that one?). Spectacular picture. Kind of hazy though(on purpose?)

March 31, 2009

Wendy
"Origin"
I don't know what book/series it is that you're reading, though I would LOVE to find out!



But what this picture reminds me of is Hyrule Castle in the dark world in the SNES game Zelda: A Link to the Past. Classic game, one of my favorites, re-played it many times... makes me smile looking at this :)

March 31, 2009

LauraS
"Jaw-Dropping"
Simply beautiful! The lighting, the clouds, the plants, the colors... Wow, wow, wow. What a great way to start the day. :) This will definitly go up on my computer at work as soon as the dual screen is posted. I can't wait to get home and put this on my lap top. Of course I will eagerly await a night version too. ;) Love it!

March 31, 2009

Rob
"very nice!"
Great scene. Makes me want to visit there and walk around, great sense of scale & detail.

March 31, 2009

Tom
"Wow!"
Been reading about the Aztecs recently? You hit the nail right on the head! I love the clouds, very realistic! I'm also glad to see that Vue can handle the haze without making the image too grainy. Beautiful work!



10/10!

March 31, 2009

Ryan
"Night Version"
Thanks for the comments so far. Yes, I am planning a night version.

March 31, 2009

Mark
"Awesome Image"
I absolutely love this image, great work Ryan!



Will there be a night image of this one...because that would be amazing!

March 31, 2009

Ben
"Great!"
Absolutely love it, one of my favorites in a while! I can't wait for the dual screen version.

March 31, 2009

Greg
"Also, by the way...."
This is one of the few times (in my totally untalented opinion) that the human figure is a welcome addition. It definitely lends a sense of scale, but it is also small enough that it doesn't immediatly attract your attention and distract from the piece as a whole.

March 31, 2009

Greg
"Very cool!"
I like it! Now the greedy side of me wants to know when we're getting the night time version with moonlight and various torches? :)

March 31, 2009

Kyle C
"Love it"
Loving this one Ryan, really captures a somewhat optimistic mood for me :)



Kyle

March 31, 2009

Logical
"Awesome"
Wow- I think this is one of your best wallpapers yet! I love the lighting- so bright and golden, but not so bright that it hurts your eyes if you stare at it too long. :)

That would be an awesome place to live.



Great work!

March 31, 2009

Ted B
"Temple of the Leaf"
Cool! I love that pyramid design.

March 31, 2009

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Recent Sponsors:
  • Mark Petts -- (8/13/15)
Recent Patrons
  • Andrew Ayres -- (8/24/15)
  • Geoff Allison -- (8/14/15)
  • William Morrissey -- (8/21/15)
  • Glenn Crouch -- (7/18/15)
  • Kevin T -- (06/10/15)
Recent Donors:
  • Martin Pilot -- (9/1/15)
  • Dean Mills -- (9/1/15)
  • Natalia Najder -- (8/30/15)
  • Guy Sturdevant -- (8/27/15)
  • AJ Decker -- (8/24/15)
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