Water Is Life

(10 customer reviews)


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I was browsing social media and came across a livestream from the main developer of Gaea (a cool gentleman named Dax Pandhi). He was describing a technique for “warping” dunes around rocks and it looked like something I wanted to try for myself.
In the background you will see some of my other attempts, but I decided to do something a bit more ambitious for the foreground. I’d done oases before but never viewed from the desert. I hope you enjoy it!

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10 reviews for Water Is Life

  1. lilylavender

    A spectacular view from your mind’s eye! Beautiful work!

  2. jaz [nonmonthly]

    love it, oasis. beautiful!

  3. jaz [nonmonthly]

    love it, oasis. beautiful!

  4. Ozaawaagosh [plusmember]

    Simply Beautiful every detail is nicely done. One of my fav’s, thank you.

  5. D. C. Sessions [lifer]

    A lot of people forget that plants at an oasis bind the soil around it.

    Nicely done, Sir.

  6. Mark A. [liferplus]

    This reminds me of that scene in the mummy returns where Dwayne Johnson played the scorpion king

  7. Ryan

    I have another you will enjoy in the pipeline 🙂

  8. Herald Storm [basicmember]

    As a desert dweller in the Southwest US, this speaks to me. I love it, and I’d love to see more like this!

  9. Littlemom [liferplus]

    Wow I thought this was a real picture of a desert someplace. It’s extremely realistic. Great Job

  10. NJS [lifer]

    There aren’t palm trees normally around a desert oasis – more tall water loving trees and scrub. The desert itself should have a few cacti or Poi’s out there just to give a bit more depth. I love the background and the Red Rocks of my state however – you nailed ’em!

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