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{BT} Mondra Roder V

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My least favorite of my own "Mondra Roder" series, but here you go. "Mondra Roder" is a series of non-representational abstract images rendered in Bryce. "Mondra roder" is an anagram of "random order".

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THATS A MOUTH FULL RYAN-OF-THE-METAL!LOL X(.WHO WOUL DREAD IT I HAVE NO PAITENCE (shoots self in head.)

BenTibbetts responds:

Thank you for viewing.

Hey, at least I still like it.

It's awfuly interesting, I'll admit. Even if you don't think so, I'll reluctantly assume the role of partaker of this piece. :P

What really struck out at me was those springs. They have some weird properites, starting normally, but should I say, 'contorting' to flatten out and twist everywhere. Alright, get ready, here I go...

With what I've already seen of springs, those springs are actually a very accurate representation of springs that are flattened, by say, stepping on them. But with them being bent heading towards the... Uh... Screen? The focus seems well accounted for too, except the smallest one in the corner. It may have distorted prperties, but it still looks cool anyway.

Typically of your work, if you included color, you always stick to the red-blue pallet lol. But I can understand why, as those colors can best convey the senses of hysteria, or mystery, things like that, you'd know, you're using them. I guess I'm just saying that I like the colors.

Also, this seems like surrealistic cubisim here you whipped up in Bryce, but it's not portraying anything in common life, so I don't know. By the way, what is Mondra Roder V? if you excuse my ignorance? :)

BenTibbetts responds:

Thanks for the detailed review. The springs were made by a process called "multi-replication", which involves duplicating an object over and over (say, 100 or 500 times) and altering the new object in some slight way so as to differ from the previous version. I like this function in Bryce because it's always struck me as a very natural, "evolutionary" approach to some complex objects.

You're right about the color palette! I guess I'm just predictable. :) The "Mondra Roder" series (words "random" and "order" rearranged) is just a collection of some abstract ideas I've been exploring lately.

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