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"Gazebo "

Pickle Jar Versions

8.08/10 rating (154 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

"Decided preference"
You've been playing with the "Gazebo" idea almost since the beginning, and of all versions I like this one the most. The structure's a little odd-looking, yes. But the overall scene best captures the sense of infinitude, tranquillity and possibility I've gotten from all three pieces. This one's *open*, spacious, in a way the 2013 render is not. (I find the gazebo there to be too confining, as it frames the whole scene; everything's seen from between the pillars.)

Tue August 12, 2014 at 12:45 pm
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8.04/10 rating (211 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

Thank you!! Unfortunately I no longer have access to the software I used to render this piece. The company went out of business and I don't have a place on my workstation to attach the required hardware lock.

Perhaps I will create a new version in 2013 though!


Tue January 1, 2013 at 9:12 am
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Print Available

6.98/10 rating (109 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

This image is really awesome, the sun looks really cool. I used to think it was just a kind of abstract space scene, but then i learned that binary star systems do look a lot like this! (but never quite as cool). Nice work!

November 4, 2006
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Pickle Jar Versions

6.86/10 rating (102 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

While I agree that the pickle jar version is excellent, I must say that the main page version is better. Blue doesn't fit the scene for me. If I'm in a mood for blue, I go for singularity or coalescence.

March 19, 2007
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Children of the Night

"Children of the Night"

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7.92/10 rating (245 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

"Children of the Night"
I have been a member for many years and love the creativity and imagination....I don't think there's anything I have seen over the years that I don't like....just a marvelous imagination and skill. That said, this creation from 2003, Children of the Night, remains my favorite of all time. Really well done!!!

Robin Larson

Tue October 27, 2015 at 1:23 pm
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7.81/10 rating (202 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

"Coming back :)"
So, meanwhile the 3 screens on my desk have the summer version of Canopy Creek (with the calming green), streteched over all of them. But now I just added a small 1024x768 screen on the top, "hoovering" above my desk. And since I need to look up to it, it should have sky on it, right? So welcome back Arboreal. I missed you :)

It feels like getting home, going to yout favourite window and see the all the loved view again.

I like the newer version too, I already have a screen for that planned, but this one I simply love.

Thu August 22, 2013 at 6:19 pm
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