Very nice work, Tom. As others have mentioned, I like the choice of colors and the composition. But for me the most appealing element is the implied sense of motion imparted by the green rings on the right and the green tendrils on the left. They give the appearance that they are being flung from the center of the structure. Well done!
Thanks, the appearance of being flung from the center outward was my intention as I set out to make the piece. The rings just happened. You never really know how the rings variation will act. In this case it was perfect for me.
Gorgeous colours and design.
Thanks, I appreciate it! Wow, nice work. I love your gallery! I've put a watch on you! I just love your artistry!
It reminds me of a peacock
awesome work my friend
Thank you. I have another one coming. I finally figured out the right pixel resolution for a 20X50 in. print.
you know I have never really worried about that... I just make everything as large as possible and then use whatever print sizes dA offers for that size render... over on Fractal freaks Forum they had a long discussion about DPI and how it affects prints on dA, but I never noticed any issues with that atall, they were all saying images had to be 300 DPI for prints, don't know what mine are, because Photoshop always reports them as 75 DPI no matter what, but that never stopped me from submitting prints...
Wow, this absolutely awesome! How do you can save the picture with J-Wildfire in this size?
You set up the resolution to do it. You set it to 5936X3957 pixels. That gives you a perfect 24X36 in. print!
The problem is, I use J-Wildfire on my MacBook Pro and always comes a problem with the Java if I like to save in bigger size than 1920x1080. But I had no such problems with Windows. I will try it.