(18 customer reviews)


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This one started as an experiment with Gaea attempting to produce a “grooved” alien landscape.  After spending a few weeks on familiar themes I wanted to break out and try something very different than anything I’d done before.   It’s a bit odd but I hope you enjoy it!

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18 reviews for Sinua

  1. Damita Allen

    Another beautiful alien landscape! 😀

  2. Xuan Li


  3. Jen Helgren

    Wow! Great work. I love your planetscapes!

  4. Gian Luigi

    Highly emotional work

  5. Cyrille VIVION

    I love it! Very original, beautiful render and colors. A perfect blend of futuristic/mathematic and “out of a dream” render. Don’t hesitate leave the beaten track and produce other wallpapers like this one!

  6. Reuben Walters

    Reminds me of CS Lewis Book, Perelandra, where the ground acts like waves on that planet. Well done.

  7. Richard Birnage

    A most successful experiment!

  8. Ryan Bueter

    Abstract and space, very nice!

  9. Jeffrey Thayer

    I love Strange New Worlds, this one is Awsome! Great Render my friend.

  10. Jenn Eustace

  11. Eric Liscinsky

    OMG! This is spectacular!!! Bravo!!

  12. Justin Palmer

    I love this one. It reminds me of The Wave in Arizona.

  13. Punchanella1

    Unique. Contemplation of art makes it art. I’m pondering whether it’s a combination abstract & realism or all realism with photoluminescent mountains.

  14. Ben Davenport

  15. Cathy Warren

    This one is definitely different.

  16. Matthew DiPasquale

  17. Timothy Sullivan

    Interesting merger of landscapes and abstracts!

  18. Nathan Zachary

    I love when you experiment with new techniques and ideas! This one is a wild ride that has me wondering what type of alien weather patterns could cause formations like these. Very cool, Ryan!

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