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Jul 8, 2010 | 2:01 PM EDT
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photoshop
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apophysis

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This is one of those renders where the more you look at it. The more you see. It's meaning is entirely interpretive. Every person will see something different. In itself, it's four very different Apophysis 7X renders with a significant amount of tweaking in Photoshop. Where one image would convey one thing, another would convey something entirely different.

Though all were beautiful, this piece takes all the previous images and seems to combine their best parts. Most interestingly, this is one of those rare combination pieces - from me at least - where everything combines perfectly. Where if one piece is lost, the others suffer for it. Taking out any of the layers, or moving them around, degrades the quality of the piece.

I've discarded hundreds of image changes, but in the end, I kept the original, albiet with a few tiny tweaks on certain layers.

Essentially, this piece, to me at least, is as a certain famous painter once remarked on perfection: "Wherein the sum of all parts can be taken as a whole and complete entity, without any addition, subtraction, or alteration."

Or something to that effect...

Essentially, what I've learned in that past is that if you can't change it, take away from it, or add to it, it's perfect. Regardless of whether you believe it to be so.

Use it as your wallpaper for a month or so and see what I mean.

It works perfectly on 1280X1024 resolution. Anything below that and I can get you a custom resolution.