In Boardwalk I used my Plant Factory software to create an abstract walkway. I thought it would be interesting to tame the concept a little and use it to create something familiar and relaxing. Of course the title is inspired by the game Monopoly and the connection between the two dark blue properties (which my older brother always seemed to own).
Shelly A. [liferplus]
I can almost picture Sirenhead hiding in the background.
A Member [lifer]
Really really like this one, feels familiar and serene in these turbulent times and its subject matter is also accessible in the “real” world, which is comforting in and of itself. Would it be possible to get a day version of this one? I think it would make a great complement and be another option for folks looking for something “closer to home.”
Love this Gotham like park, to me it looks like a perfect blend of old world, mixed with ultra modern, like what you see in Japan, which this reminds me of. Perfecto Ryan.
What’s not to love? I would walk this path right now given the chance! Well done Ryan your work has always been about escapism and this achieves that with little effort.
Well I don’t get the low numbers on this, I say it’s damned fine work and love it. Well done sir.
Lol, it just turned out that my 1099th entry in the gallery came so close to tax time 😀
It’s tax time and the # on this image is 1099. Were you trying to say something, Ryan? 😉
Thank you! There is only one light source in this whole scene (some blue moonlight). Everything else is global illumination.
Jacob Klein [liferplus]
This is an amazing piece, Ryan. I always love the pops of color that your flowers bring, and this piece showcases them. And I see you spent quite a bit of time, making the light bounce of things well — off the ground, off the light poles, and even off the trees up high! And it’s not cluttered, meaning someone can use this as a wallpaper and still have some Desktop icons! 🙂 Great work!
I really love this one, Ryan. I hope this we’ll see this again with seasonal variations. Excellent work!
I think this is very nice. To me it doesn’t remind me of something you made in the early 200’s or late 90’s, I love the look of this and can imagine myself and my husband taking a nice quite stroll along that path. Great job Ryan!!!
Appearances can be deceiving. Sorry if you don’t like it though.
This took me back to the early 2000s or late 90s. That’s when it looks like it was made.
Brandi U. [liferplus]
Love it. Amazing what you do with Plant Factory. And, the lighting in this…those street lamps are wonderful.