Someone requested a warm version for a print.
Print available here.
over 1 year ago
Awesome! Thanks! I also prefer this version over the other one.
hot damn, this is beautiful. You create beautiful little worlds Tim.
They remind of old school video games that were just beginning to explore 3 dimensions. You do it with great panache though.
@Nate Eaton Gee, thanks! What a great word, panache. Appreciate the kind words.
This is magnificent! Very excellent work!
Print available? If so, safe to say this will be my third purchase of your work.
Oh dude this version is SO much better! The water is so much more alive in this one... Huge like :-)
I just love this! So beautiful!
Thanks a lot, guys!
@Brenton Rawlinson Thanks so much for the support!
@Joaquim Marques Nielsen See, I love the pink/purplish water in the other one. Either way, thanks!
Well guess who got a new wallpaper. :)
This is now also my wallpaper:)
@Timothy J. Reynolds please do a short tutorial on making of your polygon art. Very inspiring...
Very inspirational. I love your style. Makes me want to get into some more abstract 3D art.
@Isaac John Wesley Sorry, no tutorials anytime soon. Still developing my own style.
The water ends up looking even soft and fluffy, with all the wonderful textures. Very renaissance colors too.
Pretty awesome - I alternate between the warm and cool version for my current desktop :) thanks!
yeah - just put it as a wallpaper on my desktop! thanks!
Man, I love this image so much and had it as my wallpaper for a long time... but it was much bigger than 800x600. I have no idea where the hi-res link was, did you remove it?
about 1 month ago
@Nando Rossi Yeah, they've all been removed as of last week. They keep getting stolen and used for print ads/other illegal uses.
Sorry, my hands are tied.
That sucks, sorry to hear it. I guess I'll have to switch my wallpaper after 1.5 years... :/
@Nando Rossi They were always meant to only be used for personal/desktop use like you. It does suck to not be able to share them anymore.
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