A Study in Henges

Here are several images I’ve done around a central henge image. Or possibly around a central priestess image. With one exception, the henge is the same graphic. I’ve used two priestess images, as seemed appropriate to me.

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Drawing down the moon
I used to use this as my desktop background image. This was one of my early compositions in trueSpace. I used Poser to create the woman, then imported her into trueSpace and added a bunch of black elipsoids for her hair. I generated the background using Photoshop’s cloud rendering and then used the planar tiling from Kai’s Power Tools, plus some miscellaneous other effects.

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Another drawing down
I used Bryce for this one. I pasted the moon from the trueSpace version (lazy) and drew the woman’s hair in Photoshop. I think it was easier than creating and placing the elipsoids in trueSpace.

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Yet another drawing down
I used Bryce for this one, too. I saved the Henge and the woman from the trueSpace version and imported them into Bryce.

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Welcoming the Sun
This is a daytime image. (Finally!) I’ve used a somewhat different priestess figure from the previous images, and a different viewpoint.

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Welcoming the Golden Sun
Finally, an image not dominated by blue! The Priestess is a PoserĀ 2 figure with ellipsoids for hair. The only problem I have with these images is that the henge stones look machined. Their edges are too sharp, too precise. The stones should be rougher.

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