"Chris R" <car### [at] comcastnet> wrote:
> "Simon J. Cambridge" <nomail@nomail> wrote:
> > Hi folks. I haven't posted in a while, but I thought I would post this and see
> > what you all thought of it. It is also on my website (www.landofthefirst.com -
> > along with a few other new pieces).
> > Cheers,
> > Simon J. Cambridge
> This is very cool. I like the black and white feel to it, which makes the trees
> in the background very dramatic.
> What did you use to model those trees?
> -- Chris R.
Thank you. The trees were the easiest part, down to a nice little java app
called Arbaro. You can get it here:
I have been using it for years.
> Good to see more of your work again! The first one is disquieting to say
> the least (like Beksinski's work; thanks for bringing our attention to
> him!) but this second one is frankly scary indeed. I got the shivers
> running down my spine and my heart is galloping :-)
Hi Thomas, and thank you also.
I have been busy writing, and it tends to overshadow everything else. And yes,
Beksinski is a true master. Probably one of the most disquieting artists out
there. (No formal training, I believe. Started as an architect, but found he did
not enjoy it. Took up photography, then painting, then went digital.)
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