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ED
"Inside the Fluorescence"
Makes me think of the Fluorescence it's maybe inside the Fluorescence like the pickle jar Variation. It changes colors from the inside out

Thu May 24, 2012 at 1:56 pm

Aviance
"This is your brain..."
....when it's being subjected to the stunning visuals that Ryan produces! All those neurons and synapses are going into overdrive!

Tue December 28, 2010 at 5:04 pm

Mike L
"inverted colors"
I'd first like to say I like this picture in it's original state. To better match how I was feeling I inverted the colors. Both this and radiance invert into good looking pictures.

Fri November 13, 2009 at 8:26 am

Alex M
"I love this one"
This picture is image is really great. I just got a new wide screen 20.1" monitor yesterday and all I had before was my wimpy 14.1" laptop one and this picture really shows off how good the picture is on this new monitor. It's a really nice image too. Very creative and pretty realistic. I was I had your level of creativity.

June 19, 2007

Aja
"My current favorite!"
Love it, absolutely love it. The lighting, spacing, and especially the depth of the image are basically perfect. My favorite part is that except for the center one, the "neurons" (or whatever) are fuzzy and out of focus. Wonderful!



I'm in the camp that adores your abstracts. I find many of them to be just as good as your best landscapes and space images.

May 4, 2007

Kodar
"Magnificent"
Blue & beautiful. I am somehow always attracted to ingenuity you display in these types of artwork.

October 14, 2006

Jon
"More colors"
Love this wallpaper!



I would really like to have this in other basic colors like red, green, or even multiple colors like you had in the first version.

October 14, 2006

Rob K.
"How'd he do that?"
I've looked at a lot of your work and can figure out most of the landscapes/scenes. But every once in awhile, you produce something that is both inspiring and bewildering. If you ever feel like giving a "walk-thru" of an image like this, I'd really appreciate it. Very cool stuff.

October 6, 2006

Eugenio
"wow"
i love it, totally beautiful. makes me think of nerves in the brain... i enjoy looking into the depths of this picture, its intrancing.



just..... wow ^_^

October 4, 2006

Matt
"Sweet"
Looks amazing on my widescreen monitor. this one caught my eye the most and made me become a member.

October 4, 2006

Simon
"Dislike this one"
This looks a bit like the inside of someones brain or something. Its all a bit too biological looking and creepy for me.

October 4, 2006

Michael
"Being a nerd at heart."
Maybe the Bio major within me loves this more than most do, but I absolutely love this one. I especially love the perspective present in the widescreen. Nice work, for sure.

October 3, 2006

Steven
"Picklejar"
I like the first version more than the bluish one. I love blue, its my favorite color, but i think a complete blue wallpaper is too cold.



The first version had more color variation - i liked that. :)

October 1, 2006

David
"Fantastic work. :)"
Wow, work very well done. :D

October 1, 2006

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