Isometer (Black)

(7 customer reviews)


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I know lots of folks prefer darker images for their wallpapers so when I create something bright and colorful I almost always create a more subdued variant.  As promised here is the “night version” of “Isometer“.    The palette took a bit of experimentation but I hope you enjoy the mix of colors.

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7 reviews for Isometer (Black)

  1. Dirk Lankens

    I really like the abstracts (no fan of the nature renderings, how good they may be). This is awesome and easy on my eyes, so I made it my background on both my pc and laptop, replacing “Starbirth”)

  2. Darren Bruno

    Generally, I’m not in to the abstracts as much as the landscapes, but this one is really great.

  3. Tim Porter

    Love the darker version

  4. Matthew Dinslage

    Thank you for this. Any chance we can get a pickle jar version that is a grey variant. Similar to this color scheme

  5. digitalblasphemy.lpo21

    This one is fantastic!

  6. Chuck Douglas

    I love it.. I like the blur.. as a hobbyist photographer, I like the depth of field aspect the blur gives. Keep up your amazing work!!

  7. Nathan Zachary

    Both this one and the original Isometer (with brighter colours) are fantastic abstract wallpapers. I truly hope that you will consider Pickle Jar versions of each that have a much larger depth of focus to shift away from so much blur. Such great abstracts, though.

    • Ryan

      I’m glad you like the scene but sorry you don’t like the DOF. I played with the settings quite a bit and found that with more of the scene in focus the sense of depth was lost and it was very noisy.

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