3D Artwork From Frank Deardurff
These artwork pieces are done with software called Bryce 3D. Many of these were designed nearly 20 years ago and was on a site that I had called "My Digital Dreams". Some of them were originally displayed at Deardurff.com my original site which I've not converted to genealogy research. These images are designed in a wireframe workspace to get the layouts and materials are then applied before rendering for the final artwork. Quite time consuming but also fun and rewarding.
Dark red skyline with a mysterious flying object in front of a planet rising. I created this image back in 2005.
A mirrored frozen lake on a different planet. This image was created in 2002.
Back in 2000 I had a “Newton’s Cradle” on my desk which was a gift from my daughters that gift inspired this piece of art. All of this was generated in the Bryce 3D software with the 1st planet being manipulated in Photoshop.
I tried to create an international building structure here with some other effects. This is another from 2000.
This one is from 2001 as well. The title is based off my brother commenting that many of my images had a lot of blue LOL.
Mirage in the dessert.
First attempt at of constructing a full building type structure. This one is from 2002. This is not a Photoshoped image it’s generated with 3d wireframe.
No part of this image is a photograph. It was completely generated using wire frame modeling software. I created this image in 2001. Looking forward to creating more works soon.
An image from 2003. If you can’t tell I like water scapes, mountains and light reflection.
Another from 2001. Swirling water and textures.