Just look at how all those sweeping curves collide in burst of colors that seem to be blown by some kind of cosmic wind.
Love them to death.
Have fun exploring these wonders of nature and science.
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Well, that little old Pirillo Factory...Me...continues to churn them out. You should see what I'm working on now.
I'm also currently working on some truly stunning 3D fractals of my own creation which are just a marvel to look at and, of course, create, as that's the most fun of it, besides sharing, of course, of course!
If you haven't checked out our Art Galleries yet, you're missing out on some really beautiful images. These images couldn't be made any other way than the combination of digital programs and a lot of imagination and tinkering.
Explore the world of fractals in ways never imagined before. See beautiful landscapes that can only happen in the world of fantasy and imagination.
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I can't even begin to imagine how a mere mortal could ever fight a half ton lion to the death. All that muscle and power, not to mention wickedly nasty claws and teeth just doesn't seem like something I would want to face or be close to, but our heroes in the Edgar Rice Burroughs tradition face that and worse.
Hoorah for them! And have fun with more of this fascinating tale.
The Fairy Lights is a tale taken from The Adventures of Giddy and Gnobs. I have about five picture books in the works for this series.
The Fairy Lights is a lovable, cute tale for children ages three to ten, with a great moral of friendship and its true value.
My picture book is comprised of about forty CGI images, those are images I generated from my artwork on a computer. Most of the work was created in a 3D design program and polished in Photoshop, with a few other programs thrown in for other details as needed.
It's about a year's worth of work, creating the characters and detailing their adventure.
I loved doing it. It is part of a larger universe called "Jewel of a Thousand Stars," a CGI film I was producing back in the early two thousands before the crash of the economy swept all funding away.
I wanted to share my work with parents out there, because I feel it's important to have heroes who are both lovable and open to learning.
I owe my style to a combination of Doctor Seuss, Walt Disney, and a few other modern painters, whose names don't come to my mind at this moment.
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