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The following images are all made using various 3D digital art programs. Whenever possible I will attempt to post short comments with the images on their creation.
Feel free to right click and download any of these images that you might like as use for a desktop wallpaper. They are all in JPG format though, so you will need to convert them to BMP format in order to use them as wallpaper in Windows.
Bruce / Aug 2010
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I have to admit that this is probably my favorite artwork creation to date. The final layout and rendering for this image was done with DAZ Studio
and the vast majority of the set pieces and props were made from primitives and created in Bryce. Most of the textures in the scene were done with
PSP 9 and the outdoor back drop was a digital photo that I took. There are a few commercial models in the scene - notably Victoria and a few other items,
but most of the models and the room itself were my own creations. I created this in honor of professional artists who create artwork for book covers, etc.
The book cover was also created with DAZ Studio and against the wall to the left, I placed some copies of my prior artwork I had done as I wanted this to look
like a busy home studio. Between the models and textures I had to create and the setup & rendering of this scene, I probably spent over a month
on this piece of artwork. Which, I might add is what I currently use as my desktop wallpaper. Since my wife loves to write,I also used parts of her name
as the name of the author of the book that the cover is being worked on.
Again getting back to my SCI-FI roots and the fact I have a morbid fascination with the unexplained, I decided to create my version of an Alien Abduction
scenerio. The only commercial models used in this scene were again a Victoria model, and then 2 human male models which I modified to make them look
like the aliens. All of the room as well as the set pieces were my own creations mostly constructed in Bryce and the final scene was set up
and rendered using DAZ Studio. When I posted this image on my Artzone gallery, I received mostly positive comments, but a few of my
online friends were a bit freaked out over the image - Guess I can't blame them, as the premise is a bit frightening to say the least.
This image you may recognize if you looked at Gallery Page 1. I created it as a breaking News type image which I had showing on the TV in the artwork of
"Mail Order Bride" For the most part this was a fairly simple scene to create and I used mostly off the shelf commercial models to set this up, but I did make
some color and texture changes in several areas. As I recall, the only model I ended up making for this image was the response case that the CSI carries.
This scene was set up and rendered using DAZ Studio.
One of my earliest 3D projects using DAZ Studio was "No Exit" It was somewhat of my version of what happens if someone takes the wrong road and
has a Close Encounter of the wrong kind. In addition to DAZ Studio, I used VistaPro to create the desolate landscape. The sign was just a simple
primitive with PSP text added and the Alien was just a human male model from DAZ3D which I modified and placed my own textures on. One
interesting aspect of this scene is the suprised face in the car mirror. The car and arm in the vehicle are just 3D models, but the car model didn't
have a rear view mirror, so I created one and found a digital photo of my wife where she had a great expression that I put into the mirror.
If you look closely, I also added a reflection of the alien into my wifes glasses which really helps sell this image. Using my PSP program,
I also added the GPS display in the car - Really didn't help this poor driver did it?
For anyone who is a SCI-FI fan, you will realize that over the years a number of SCI-FI Movie and TV scenerios have introduced the idea of some form of
life or android that can take on the appearance of others. Working along this same premise, I came up with the idea for this image where a hapless woman
stumbles across such a being and finds herself about to be replicated or duplicated by the other worldly creature. All of the models used in this scene
including the great gritty looking futuristic space ship corridor, are commercial models obtained from DAZ3D. The only modifications I had to make
was some texturing to the clothing on the real human model and to give a replication in process look to the body of the other character. These textures
done with PSP 9 and the scene was laid out and rendered with DAZ Studio.