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Recent Guardians:

  • John Harrah -- (4/16/16)
  • Andrew McCormick -- (1/13/16)
  • Kevin Lynch ('Crimmy') -- (11/2/15)
  • Gina Ballou -- (9/30/15)
  • Herelli SA LLC -- (7/13/15)

Recent Sponsors:

  • Jonathan Stanley -- (11/1/15)
  • Mark Petts -- (8/13/15)

Recent Patrons:

  • Rachel Lewis -- (5/22/16)
  • Ace Eggleston -- (5/15/16)
  • The Gollub Family -- (4/15/16)
  • Patrick R Skelnar -- (12/24/15)
  • Richard Month -- (11/1/15)

Recent Donors:

  • Sharon Tucker (5/21/16)
  • Jason Mitchell (5/19/16)
  • Chris Frazier (5/15/16)
  • Tyler Shults (5/1/16)
  • Jeff Jann (4/24/16)

Moonlit Oasis
"This is a night version of "Oasis". My first version was very dark (some said it was too dark). In early 2012 (never too late right?) I went back and brightened the scene considerably and created a new render.

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"Moonlit Oasis"

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8.24/10 rating (33 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

"Dual Screen Moon++"
I was just comparing the old and new 3840x1200 renders. The new one looks great, and I really like how the moon is offset so it is no longer split across both screens.

Tue January 24, 2012 at 1:38 pm
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"Afterglow "

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Pickle Jar Versions

8.01/10 rating (349 votes)

Latest Member Comment:

"One of my favorites..."
Dear Ryan,

I love this one as well. My only gripe with it is the two palm tree trunks (?) that extend out on the lower left region of the image. They seem out of place and should have leaves or be removed. Otherwise the sky color is astounding. Thank you sir.

Mon March 15, 2010 at 6:01 pm
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