(25 customer reviews)


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After creating a long string of VUE landscapes I wanted to dip back into Cinema4D and Octane to keep up my learning.   Exploring a very interesting modeling plugin called “Divider” here and using it as a spring board to learn more about Octane materials and rendering.   Sort of minimal but I hope you enjoy it nonetheless.   Inspired by the abstract paintings of Piet Mondrian.

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25 reviews for Mondrian

  1. mrobertsrcs

    Simple, yet stunning at the same time.

  2. Jen Helgren
    [Lifetime Supporter, Lifetime]

    I love your abstracts! The additional Picklejar renders are wonderful, too. Thanks!

  3. Matthew Matticussimuss

    Your abstract pieces are my favorites!

  4. Chris Hahlbohm

    Loving the minimalist vibe! Geometric abstracts are always high on my list and this hits all the right marks for me.

    The glassy textures and bits of transparency tickle my brain in all the right ways. Hints of glow from beneath add a delicious little mystery. Love the little height variations across the surface playing with the light to compliment the color palette. I had always seen the artist’s work you mentioned but never knew who it was so thanks for that as well!

  5. cgg213

    I love it. The red, the lines. Gives me an ominous vibe.

  6. Michael Tedder

    Love your abstracts!! Need this one in more colors, blue specifically!

  7. Joseph Bernard
    [Lifetime Plus]

    This SCREAMS for pickle jar versions. PURPLE PLEASE?!

  8. Steven Jung

    Very very nice wallpaper. I would like to see more color variants from this one and more clean and simple abstracts like this!

  9. Nathan Zachary
    [Plus, Lifetime]

    I thought that it was nice when I saw the preview image (single-screen), but the scale is otherworldly and remarkable on the triple-screen render. Wow.

  10. Joshua Reilly

    Brilliant, love the simplicity. Just swapped out Motherboard for this. I’d love to have it in blue!

  11. Gian Luigi

    Simple lines enhanced by 3D and color

  12. Patrick Biggs
    [Plus, Lifetime]

    Brilliant. Sometimes there is a lot to say in something so minimal. Would love to see some single colour variations on the main page or in the Pickle Jar!

  13. Robert Caldwell

    Quite beautiful and elegant reimagining of Mondrian. I also love his work. This image also has that wonderful ambiguity of scale and place that I love in a lot of your abstracts.

  14. oldtowneast

    This is beyond explanation on a dual monitor.

  15. Richard Birnage
    [Lifetime Supporter, Lifetime]

    Very cool -a long time since you did an abstract! 🙂

  16. Mark Taylor
    [Lifetime Supporter, Lifetime]

    I love this abstract! This dark and minimal vibe is fantastic in my dual screen work setup.

  17. Cathy Warren
    [Lifetime Plus]

    I gave this a 3 star because it’s to minimal for my personal taste, as well as an abstract which just doesn’t do much for me, but I also know and appreciate how much work and how long it takes to make even the most simple of renders. Thanks Ryan for all your hard work, looking forward to the next render as always.

  18. Jock Fanshaw

    Very cool. I haven’t changed my screen since Sunbeam Rock, but this one replaced it as soon as I saw it. Will we be seeing different colours, not just in the crystal (?)/red parts, but maybe the grey/brick parts as well?

  19. Kevin Matthies

    Love the undertone red glow beneath the panels. Nice minimal abstract.

  20. Tim Porter

    Stunning. Minimal. and dare I say quite sexy!

  21. Kamal Gathani
    [Plus, Lifetime]

  22. Dirk Lankens

    Like this very much, I’m not in the ‘natural’ renderings, more in the darker abstracts (that make my eyes hurt less much) and this made it to my dual UHD setup. I like to change backgrounds regularly. Nice work.

  23. Thomas Schock

    Very good work, I love Mondrian and now the transformation to a digital image … very beautiful.

  24. Vincent Willcox

  25. Daron Lowell

    I’ve always loved Mondrian’s works, and this is a great interpretation. Minimal can be very calming.
    This reminds me a little bit of “Motherboard” ( This would be interesting if the red section was a circuit board!

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