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If you’ve been following my work you know I love a good mandala. I created this one using some of the funky tori I modeled using MathMod (rendered using Lightwave). It’s a pretty amazing program and makes me glad I took all that advanced math in college.

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16 reviews for Tori

  1. Matticussimuss [basicmember]




  2. Mike [basicmember]

    I’d downloaded this one on a PC that isn’t my main PC; it was the randomly selected desktop this morning – when I saw it, I thought “very cool”.

  3. Brian [nonmonthly]

    and that is not a bad thing. Some of my favorite pieces of yours are the simple ones.

  4. Ozaawaagosh [basicmember]

    Love the blue colours with the hints of red and grey, really like the sharp detail of this render with the 3D depth and feel to it.Great Render Ryan

  5. DrKra37 [lifer]

    For whatever reason, this almost looks like seeing a gas burner from above to me. Only, with closer inspection it becomes clear that it’s a mandala and the shapes are much more complicated that it seems at first blush. I love the colors and I love how alive and in-motion it looks!

  6. ash [basicmember]

    Wow!! I dont usually like abstracts but on my phone this looks like it actually has 3D depth that I could touch. That is awesome.

  7. GrnRaptor [lifer]

    Visualized math is the best kind of math!

  8. Ellen [lifer]

    Besides being beautiful to look at, Tori makes the perfect desktop background for a cluttered desktop!

  9. NikB [liferplus]

    Love this one, Ryan. Your abstract images are awesome and really show your creativity.

  10. Xetal [liferplus]

    I love it!

  11. Norman [basicmember]

    My favorites that you create are photo-realistic landscapes. Nothing otherworldly, no planets, no impossible rock shapes. I like to put them on my Facebook and get messages from my friends that say “Where are you?” because the pictures look so real, but subtly upon closer examination can be found evidence of their digital origin. Kind of an “Is it live or is it Memorex” moment.

  12. Tom [basicmember]

    How about a nice summer scenery landscape. Abstracts, planets, sea weed. Come on Ryan. ENOUGH already. Please?

    Thank you.

  13. Shaz [lifer]

    Some of my absolute favorites, ones I come back to again and again (and again and…) have been Sigil, Coincidence, and Colorwheel. This one is right up my alley, and thus another for the favorites list. I love it!

  14. Brandi U. [liferplus]

    I’ve never been a fan of mandala’s. This one, though, is lovely. It’s”simplicity” is what makes it work for me.

  15. Blake [liferplus]

    I’m a big fan of minimalist wallpapers, of which this piece fits so very well in. I thoroughly enjoy the design and colors, and can’t wait to see more work like this!

  16. Rodewaryer [basicmember]

    This has a very straight forward and uncomplicated appeal to it, and sometimes that’s all it takes to be pleasing. Complex designs can be both fascinating and too busy, so this just works based on how little it demands of the eye. Exquisite.

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