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This one follows on the work that I did with “Endogenesis“. Once again I’ve used The Plant Factory to create structures that are too small for the human eye to perceive. I’ve composed and rendered the scene using Lightwave 11.6.

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13 reviews for Eukarya

  1. Carl Spanoghe [lifer]

    Love this picture. I understand why the detail in your prints is usually about 2/3rds to the right on the picture. when looking at an image as a whole, the eye is drawn there. on Android, however, the wallpaper starts on the left of the image. you only see the part where the detail is if you swipe your home screen over a couple of screens, which is probably rarely or never. it would be awesome if you could create a reverse render for Android so that when I unlock my phone the first thing I see is the awesome detail and not the just background.

  2. Susan [nonmonthly]

    I’m in two minds about this one. There is a lot of detail, the colours are good, but I’m not sure that I like the picture. Something about it doesn’t appeal to my tastes

  3. Bryan Carmody [liferplus]

    Ryan this is one of my favorites to date – the color pallet is stunning – there’s a depth of detail that is masterful! Thanks always for delighting the eyes with your work. This is one of the most satisfying wallpapers to date.

  4. Ozaawaagosh [basicmember]

    Love this render, it reminds me of the freshwater bryozoans, a ancient microscopic animal, that live in warm freshwater lakes and ponds. Eukarya is much more colourful tho, Great render Ryan.

  5. Rodewaryer [basicmember]

    Creative eye there and not like anything I’ve seen before. I do prefer Endogenesis but this is taking a very different tack in your micro pursuits. I like it and find wonder in its concept. The image others have referred to is distracting but it’s not hard to see past that.

  6. Telaria [nonmonthly]

    Wow! Spectacular and microscopic! The more I look at the ‘mote’, the more I see within it. Very nice! Thank again for an interesting render, Ryan!!

  7. HRD [liferplus]

    As usual Ryan, the more I looked at it, the more I liked it. Very nice external effect with the light reflection, and the life-ray emissions are good without overpowering. It’s clear what you are symbolizing. I lean to the darker wallpapers as they don’t hide the links I put on my desktop, but this one might tempt me. Thanks for your hard work for people who care what they put on the desktop (and all the other screen sizes you support).

  8. JMK in CT [liferplus]

    so cool! I love it.

  9. Cyberschlumpf [liferplus]

    20 Years Digitalblasphemy and over the years I have only 2 pictures I did not like. I love Digitalblasphemy. Very very good job.

  10. Littlemom [liferplus]

    If you really are into abstract then this render is for you. For me however, I much prefer the naturescapes, and the majority of the time the planetscapes also. I guess as far as abstracts are concerned this one is quite detailed. Even though it’s not my favorite, I love your work Ryan and have been a lifetime supporter for years. I’m always looking forward to seeing more of your work.

  11. Gibbylinks [basicmember]

    Wow Ryan, really love this one. Brilliance

  12. Susan [lifer]

    I think I might like this better than Endogenesis.

  13. Eyal [lifer]

    I kind of like it, but I see in it something that looks like a crouching man in the middle of the bulb… Is it intentional?

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