{BT} Mondra Roder IV

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{BT} Mondra Roder IV

Author Comments

More abstract this evening. Rendered in Bryce 5. "Mondra Roder" is a series of non-representational abstract images rendered in Bryce. "Mondra roder" is an anagram of "random order".



if you actually did this yourself, you should be extremely proud, this is an un-believably symbolic piece of art if you don't know, it represents the nature of the government and money, symbolized by the big cogs, and the small cog in the middle representing the people, musicians, artists, poets and all the others. Very nice, congratulations in finding a super-meaningful topic to draw, you other works are fantastic too, again, congratulations and job well done.

BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Interesting interpretation. Thanks for the kind words.


I agree completely with Ryan-of-the-Metal.

BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thank you very much. I appreciate your kind comments.

M. C. Escher

Awesome abstract, it really reminds me of Escher's stair painting. (I have no clue what the name is...)

BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thanks. --"Relativity"


Ryan-of-the-metal 's right. I really don't know that much words in English to say what I think about your work, so I hope you'll be happy with those typical words:
It's beautyful and great!

BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thank you.

I enjoy this.

I never said it, but I really like your work. I really fing the abstract strength in your renderings fantatsic.

Stairs are great for abstract pieces, since they have ties to contemporary living, yet are still open enough of a slate and definition to have more of a symbolic and abstract value.

Plus, I like how everything is rendered to make it look like a gritty ink painting and the darkness and light choices.

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BenjaminTibbetts responds:

Thank you very much! I'm glad you like it. I agree about staircases; they are surprisingly versatile in expressing both "rising" experiences such as hope or elation and "sinking" emotions like fear and despair.

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Credits & Info

4.62 / 5.00

May 23, 2010 | 8:26 PM EDT
3D Art
File Info
520 x 520 px
50 kb

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