Glass Shell - 1 by dragongirl ()
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Bryce - Spiralizer - all my own textures
Reflections - Refractions - Iridescence
I'm going to start posting some of my Bryce explorations of Reflection - Refraction - and Iridescence.
In these two images today, is where I began to discover I could create Water textures to be co-equal with the iridescent Glass figures I had been creating for some time.
Today, the model in both images is the same figure, just rotated somewhat, and textured in different iridescent Glass textures with different atmosphere, lighting, and Water.
On sites where the name "dragongirl" is taken, I have sometimes used the name, "Shiny Things."
As the weeks go by - I am sure you'll see why. :-)
Image Comments (32)
JoeJarrah () 5:18AM | Sat, 20 June 2020
Wonderful idea and lovely render. The rich saturated palette is really eye catching
eekdog () Online Now! 11:13AM | Sat, 20 June 2020
Another like and fave, greatly done glass objects in both images.
madame () 2:23PM | Sat, 20 June 2020
Wonderful and very original image... love the reflections ! Great work !!
UteBigSmile () Online Now! 6:00PM | Sat, 20 June 2020
This is a most excellent looking image!! I wish you and yours a nice Sunday, take care and stay healthy!
Radar_rad-dude () 8:48PM | Sat, 20 June 2020
Fascinating image! Excellent Bryce work! Many fine praises for this creation!
OmniFX () 11:52PM | Sat, 20 June 2020
Sweet image. The lighting and colors are extremely rich and detailed. Awesome!
ArtDeCroh () 7:45AM | Sun, 21 June 2020
Outstanding creation! Beautifully done! Excellent , superb abstrait!
Flint_Hawk () 12:13PM | Fri, 26 June 2020
A little change can make a big difference! This is fabulous!
anahata.c () 1:09AM | Sun, 28 June 2020
working with variations as I do, I can relate totally to using the same shape only in different angles, lightings, etc. This is gorgeous. The many greens mixed with the deep purples make for a stunning juxtaposition. And the hard glassy part of the sphere is turned to pure energy in its reflection...and you have layers in the glass too. The water has deep muted oranges, with purples; and that sky is to die for. (Your logo "Skeetz" is in a beautiful purple too.) I know nothing about 3D techniques, so how you do this is a mystery to me; but I like that you altered a shape, an entity, to make a whole different piece out of it: the many moods of a single being. Beautiful piece. And btw, I always zoom to full, and there's nothing wrong with mentioning it to people, just because we're all in the habit of not zooming...I don't want to miss a thing, and often a zoomed image reveals so much more than its display version (normally, display versions are a lower resolution, so zooming shows the artist's original intent). These 2 images are splendid.