Passage

"Passage"


7.46/10 rating (124 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Ballons Revisted"
Thanks for renewing James. I think this one is a good candidate for revision. The balloon needs some major improvement.

Ryan

Tue May 11, 2010 at 9:12 am
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Valley 2000

"Valley 2000"

Print Available

Pickle Jar Versions


7.89/10 rating (145 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Valley (2000)"
"Valley" may've been the first Dig Blas image I stumbled over. I stopped whatever I was doing to stare. And stare and stare... Can't put my finger on what it is, but this one has _something_ that made me forget the way home that day.

mejakun
Sat December 29, 2012 at 3:19 am
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Haiku

"Haiku"

Print Available

Pickle Jar Versions


8.17/10 rating (439 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Canada 2017"
In 2017, Canada will celebrate its sesquicentennial. This image seems like it could be very Canadian, maybe with a bit of a colour shift to make it a bit more cheery instead of the grey, Zen sort of colouration.



This image was my wallpaper for a long time!

Darin
Wed April 8, 2015 at 3:15 pm
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Glenwood

"Glenwood"

Print Available


8.08/10 rating (184 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"10"
Extremely relaxing work of art. Slightly abstract due to its lack of details but enough to convey a sense of nature and sunlight.



Reposting because I screwed up the rating earlier.

Zian
Wed May 29, 2013 at 2:33 am
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Autumn Fire

"Autumn Fire"


7.66/10 rating (134 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Memories"
If I remember correctly this was my first wallpaper from DB back in 2001. It's so beautiful. Still love it.

Andreas
May 20, 2009
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Comments (3)

First Snow

"First Snow"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.44/10 rating (41 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"@mischa"
Thanks! I had forgotten there were so many Pickle Jar versions of this one.

Ryan

Sat August 6, 2011 at 7:28 am
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First Snow (original)

"First Snow (original)"


7.59/10 rating (118 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"yay blue"
i really like the composition of this one - blue skies in winter are one of my favorite things.

thursday
Mon December 5, 2011 at 7:11 pm
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Comments (4)

Canopy

"Canopy"


5.82/10 rating (38 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Canopy as Desktop Background"
I am disappointed to find many of the images are cut off when I use them as my desk top background. This one is cut off at the bottom just above the waterline and so it is not what I hoped for once I put it onto my desktop.

PJ
July 16, 2008
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Comments (1)

Rocks

"Rocks"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.84/10 rating (43 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"@Konstantin"
You almost sound condescending... as if to say "I can do that too!" I don't doubt you can, but then highly doubt you can do anything near what Ryan is capable of.

Tyler
Fri April 30, 2010 at 1:43 pm
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Bamboo Grove

"Bamboo Grove"


4.88/10 rating (33 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"800 x 600"
Yeah, actually this one was made before I moved up to a 17 inch monitor. My first monitor was 14 incher which only went as high as 800 x 600.



There might be one or two others that are this size but incorrectly marked. Sorry for the confusion!

Ryan

August 8, 2007
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Comments (0)

Misty Grove

"Misty Grove"


5.61/10 rating (33 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Alien world"
This looks more alien and strange than anything else! Still an interesting piece from your earliest works.

Steve
Tue April 26, 2011 at 7:31 am
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Comments (0)

Idyllic (Mountains)

"Idyllic (Mountains)"


6.80/10 rating (44 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Spotted"
After browsing through your galleries, I spotted this one and thought 'cool'. I really like the wide river and sense of space, which is missing in recent works... an update...*hint*hint*?

Mark
September 5, 2008
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Comments (1)

Relics

"Relics"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.38/10 rating (39 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"relics"
it would be amazing if you could make a simmilar more realistic wall with todays software :)

i like these random objects in nature walls



keep up the great work~

Adam
June 14, 2007
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Comments (1)

Tableau

"Tableau"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.40/10 rating (35 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"@Karl"
Thanks! This was done in Lightwave. It is a combination of a 2D textured background, volumetric particles (Hypervoxels), a volumetric light (the central star) and polygon geometry (the planets).

Ryan

Sat February 26, 2011 at 10:37 am
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Comments (0)

Morning Light

"Morning Light"

Pickle Jar Versions


7.64/10 rating (118 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Longtime Favorite"
This was the first background I remember finding on this site. It's still one of my all time favorites.

Jacob
Sun September 20, 2009 at 7:19 pm
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Comments (3)

Phaeralon

"Phaeralon"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.73/10 rating (62 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Night version?"
Don't know if you have a night version of this, but if you don't, i was thinking it would look good if the blue spheres and spears were actually the light sources???

Tom
Wed December 2, 2009 at 6:15 am
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Comments (3)

Shallows

"Shallows"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.31/10 rating (39 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"wow"
i agree with kody and nickaix. i still enjoy this one even though it's a few years old. it would be cool to see a night version of this one

Justin
Tue March 22, 2011 at 0:58 am
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Whirlwind

"Whirlwind"


4.70/10 rating (33 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"a new version?"
I have never seen your early versions of art...I decided to look at it this morning.....you made this a while back and thru the years your art has greatly improved and I would love to see a new version of it similar to the movie "Twister" with debris flying around...you know spring is around the corner and it is a tornado season.

Phillip D
February 7, 2009
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Comments (2)

Palisade

"Palisade"


6.22/10 rating (36 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


""Whirlwind""
Let's see a new version of "Whirlwind." Love tornados, I'm sure you can do a killer one now. Doom and destruction, houses and Dorothy flying around, the whole nine yards. Or maybe something subtle.

cmfbear16
Mon March 21, 2011 at 6:20 pm
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Comments (1)

Idyllic

"Idyllic"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.67/10 rating (36 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"To finish the triumvirate"
So you have created "Niflheim" and "Muspelheim", are you thinking about making "Manna-heim"?

Joel
Tue June 28, 2011 at 9:48 pm
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Comments (0)

Sub-Tropic

"Sub-Tropic"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.53/10 rating (40 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"rendering secret"
I know this one program, it called "World Builder". I can't tell exactly what is the version of it used by Ryan to create this one image, but i like a result) The waves are not the water object here, it's a ground)) Funny, but it is, cause this app cannot create REAL waves)

But it's OK, there was no any other way to do it in 2000, as i think.

Konstantin
January 5, 2007
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Comments (1)

In Bloom

"In Bloom"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.40/10 rating (35 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"The Triscreen is the best!"
The Triscreen picture is the best! It's so beatutiful - the lone tree on the plane, surrounded by the clouds. A higher camera view would be nice. It's one of my favorite! A 16:9 single screen version with this tree in the distance would also be nice.

Bastian
Sat June 4, 2011 at 7:21 am
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Red Planet

"Red Planet"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.54/10 rating (37 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Interiors"
Ryan,

Would really enjoy seeing more interiors like this one. Makes you wonder what's around the corner.

Tim
Sat May 7, 2011 at 9:27 am
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Pagoda

"Pagoda"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.19/10 rating (42 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"pagoda"
Beautiful,mystical,I want to live there.

sheree
November 7, 2007
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Comments (1)

Ripples

"Ripples"


5.19/10 rating (37 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Blue"
As others have mentioned I would like to see this in the PickleJar as well with some color variants. Blue, and maybe a rainbow would be awesome, but either way, this is a Fantastic wallpaper!

FlareHeart
April 6, 2009
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Comments (0)

Two Ships Passing (Day)

"Two Ships Passing (Day)"


5.73/10 rating (41 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Looks kinda familiar"
This image reminds me off the Protoss Carriers in the original StarCraft franchise. Blizzard's rendering of the ships looked just like this! Love it!



I also like the perspective of the ships that you used to emphasize the magnitude and size of the ships.

Jaron
Mon July 26, 2010 at 4:05 pm
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Overlord

"Overlord"


5.54/10 rating (39 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"rendering secret"
I can easily understand, why Ryan don't want to render this image in larger size. The quality is bad, but Ryan goes through it, i can't really understand HOW, but he does that! My congratulations to Ryan!

Again "World Builder")

Konstantin
January 5, 2007
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Comments (1)

Pyre

"Pyre"

Pickle Jar Versions


7.04/10 rating (90 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Pyre 2015"
One of my all time favorites. Sometimes I wonder why it hasn't cycled onto my background in a while, then I remember it's not in my resolution anymore.



Then I wonder what it would look like revisited more with more than a decade's extra hardware and experience!



Hint, hint.

Dav
Wed November 5, 2014 at 11:06 pm
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To Be

"To Be"

Pickle Jar Versions


4.20/10 rating (35 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"wow"
this one is very touching. and i do agree with vergil. very alice in wonderland.

"it is full of muchness."

~kira

Kira
Wed December 29, 2010 at 8:44 am
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The Gardener

"The Gardener"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.00/10 rating (35 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"My all-time favorite..."
Hi Ryan,



I've renewed my membership for the first time since about 2004, and I've been a big fan since you first started out with the original Flourescence. "The Gardener" is my absolute favorite, and I was wondering how much work it would be to have this same exact piece rendered at higher resolutions? I wouldn't be surprised if it were impossible given that this thing is so old and you don't even have the software anymore. Anyway, just wondering.

Nate
Thu April 16, 2015 at 3:28 pm
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Comments (1)

Chamber

"Chamber"


5.32/10 rating (38 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"The Dungeonmaster!"
This *really* deserves to be on the cover of an RPG rulebook someplace!

Romarch
Thu June 26, 2014 at 1:07 pm
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Comments (2)

Yuletide -- Christmas 2000

"Yuletide -- Christmas 2000"

Pickle Jar Versions


7.42/10 rating (110 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Joy"
What attracts me to this rendering is the solitude of nature and the good company of joy!

Nate R.

Tue December 8, 2015 at 0:39 am
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Comments (9)

December

"December"


7.15/10 rating (47 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Dream"
The loneliness of a dark cold snowy night yet the center being of warmth and joy. First I envisioned the love of family and friends in the house. Then I saw a wife and small children then I saw just a wife and myself.

Nate R.

Tue December 8, 2015 at 0:46 am
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Comments (3)

City of the Dead -- Halloween 2000

"City of the Dead -- Halloween 2000"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.00/10 rating (46 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"10"
This is my favorite of your Halloween pics. I would love to see you revisit this and add some kind of "sculpture" on the front of the tomb. Or maybe engraving. Gargoyles come to mind. :)

Stargazer
Fri November 1, 2013 at 8:08 am
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Song of the Sky
My first stab at using a pre-rendered background in World Builder. The aurora and stars were rendered in Lightwave first.

I created this piece from the memory of an occasion I had driving in northern Michigan during the mid-90s. It was the first time I had ever seen the Aurora and, due to our relatively southern latitude, the famous "ribbons" were below the horizon. The sky looked like a shimmering curtain beaming up from the horizon and I was transfixed. I've tried to approximate that effect with this render.

"Song of the Sky"

Print Available

Pickle Jar Versions


8.43/10 rating (796 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Childhood Memories"
This image has been my favourite desktop wallpaper image since I first saw it in 2001. Minus the water and the Aurora; it reminds me of looking out my bedroom window as a child on a winter night and seeing starts through the trees with snow covered ground.

Thank you!

Keith

Sun February 14, 2016 at 7:56 pm
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Spire City by Night

"Spire City by Night"

Pickle Jar Versions


7.15/10 rating (54 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Timeless"
Much like the previous poster I had this on my desktop way back when, lost it for several years and then feverishly searched to find it again (almost lost hope). Has been back on my work desktop for the last couple of years, people still remark on it. I'll never stop enjoying it.

JH

Sun September 6, 2015 at 1:47 pm
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Jove

"Jove"

Pickle Jar Versions


4.71/10 rating (31 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Oh wow"
I love the daytime version of this. Finding this today just made my day a whole lot better. :)So awesome.

Geep
Tue May 11, 2010 at 2:19 pm
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Comments (0)

Red Planet Sunrise

"Red Planet Sunrise"


5.70/10 rating (37 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Interesting"
it's always interesting to go back through the archives and find that a DB Piece I've come to love was actually inspired by a much much earlier version. It shows how much Ryan has learned and improved over the years (Although he'd probably testify to the advancement of technology :P )

Alex H
Wed January 19, 2011 at 3:46 pm
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Comments (0)

Two Ships Passing

"Two Ships Passing"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.81/10 rating (37 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"@Greg"
I hadn't seen the day version. At first glance this one also appears to be rolling hills.

Tyler
Mon April 19, 2010 at 2:39 pm
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Comments (3)

Sentinels 2000

"Sentinels 2000"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.77/10 rating (35 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"I like this one"
but I think the hairy one in the pickle jar is better.

Chris B
Tue October 6, 2009 at 11:04 am
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Comments (0)

Avalon 2000

"Avalon 2000"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.85/10 rating (48 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Cool artwork 2000"
This is great image. i like it.

Konstantin
March 3, 2007
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Comments (1)

Campfires 2000

"Campfires 2000"


6.19/10 rating (37 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Serenity"
A very serene view of the world even if it is titled Campfires.

Silverfox

Wed September 23, 2015 at 5:32 am
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Comments (2)

Maelstrom

"Maelstrom"


7.04/10 rating (45 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Lest We Forget"
This image evokes so much of the sacrifice of war. Here in Australia, major war memorials always have a fire that never goes out - a reminder of the consuming nature of war.



They shall grow not old

As we that are left grow old

Age shall not weary them

Nor the years condemn

At the going down of the sun

And in the morning

We will remember them

Lest We Forget

Zyrieen
Wed June 29, 2011 at 11:49 am
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Far From Home

"Far From Home"


5.92/10 rating (38 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Serene"
Great job on this for the time when it was designed. You get a sense of the vastness of space, and how important our little blue globe is to all of us. Even on our own moon, you cant help but feel that home is a long ways away.

Ethan
Thu February 12, 2015 at 9:13 am
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Comments (3)

Stellar

"Stellar"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.45/10 rating (40 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Love the brightness of this picture."
perhaps you could do an update of this one as "Nick" suggested.

Jonathan
Tue November 1, 2011 at 7:33 am
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Comments (3)

Companion Star

"Companion Star"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.18/10 rating (39 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"8"
Would love to see an update on this image with all your new skills and software and what-not-ery ... it's just interesting ...

Chris
Mon January 21, 2013 at 12:19 am
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Comments (2)

The Brink

"The Brink"


5.70/10 rating (40 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"7"
I love the realism of this image too.

An updated detailed Widescreen version would rock!

Lee
Thu November 22, 2012 at 6:01 pm
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Comments (3)

Frozen

"Frozen"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.57/10 rating (35 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Random button ftw"
I hit Random and came across Frozen. Had never explored the pickle jar. Love the one with the ship floating in front. That one should get a shiny new revamp for 2015 :)

Caryta
Tue April 28, 2015 at 12:40 pm
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Comments (1)

Two Pumpkins

"Two Pumpkins"


6.50/10 rating (48 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"This is my happy place"
Wonderful! Thank you for inventing it!

Dominique
Tue June 21, 2011 at 9:54 am
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Comments (0)

Enter the Reaper

"Enter the Reaper"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.33/10 rating (39 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Update for Holloween"
this one would be amazing if you redid it with your new tools. please make this one of your next projects that would be amazing if you could.

Tony
October 2, 2006
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Fluorescence[6]
Probably my most famous piece. I initially created the mushrooms using Inspire3D (an introductory version of Lightwave) and did a render using Bryce. When I purchased Lightwave 6 I did a second render using only Lightwave and this is the result. It was really just meant to be an exercise in using gradients to control luminosity and transparency ending up becoming an icon. Funny world!

PS3 Dynamic Theme Available!

"Fluorescence[6]"

Print Available


8.59/10 rating (1230 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"always loved this one"
What happened to the version with the little reddit guys?

Cara

Thu November 19, 2015 at 12:23 pm
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Comments (48)

Hibiscus (White)

"Hibiscus (White)"

Pickle Jar Versions


7.37/10 rating (210 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"White Hibiscus"
Beautiful... any chance that you will make this in a 2560 x1600 widescreen?

Scott Lars
September 22, 2007
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Comments (2)

Urchin

"Urchin"


6.36/10 rating (39 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Though"
Just comparing this to todays works and you think mmmn i wonder how i will perceive todays work in another 10 years time?



thought provoking even if its not its intention to do so.

S.S
Sat August 7, 2010 at 7:53 am
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Comments (0)

Anomalous

"Anomalous"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.26/10 rating (39 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Anomalous"
Um.....what is it? It's kinda cute, doncha think?

Mangoman23
February 27, 2008
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Comments (2)

Synapse

"Synapse"

Pickle Jar Versions


4.68/10 rating (34 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Featured in a video game"
Nintendo used this style in a certain level of Donkey Kong Country returns. Though they called it sunset rather than sunrise :P

Alex H
Sat March 19, 2011 at 3:37 am
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Comments (0)

Minutiae

"Minutiae"

Pickle Jar Versions


6.54/10 rating (39 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Widscreen"
Wide-screen would be cool!

Tomislav
Wed August 3, 2011 at 1:03 pm
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Comments (6)

Dragonfire

"Dragonfire"


3.82/10 rating (38 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"it could be better"
hey sweet dragon but it could be better. I think you should try redoing this for 2007 cause I've been looking at your work and it's been getting better and better since your first image. so who knows what this thing could look like it may be vivid enough it may pop out of my screen! keep up the good work

Flynn
December 11, 2006
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Comments (1)

Gargoyle

"Gargoyle"

Pickle Jar Versions


2.72/10 rating (32 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Eerie title"
'Nuff said.

Zach
May 27, 2008
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Comments (0)

Two Pumpkins (Jack o' Lanterns) -- Halloween 2000

"Two Pumpkins (Jack o' Lanterns) -- Halloween 2000 "


7.33/10 rating (92 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"One of my favorites"
I absolutely loved this wallpaper, it was one of the first digital blasphemy wallpapers I ever used. I'd love to see this updated so I could use it on modern displays!

Matt
Wed December 4, 2013 at 7:11 am
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Comments (3)

Rays from Above

"Rays from Above"


5.63/10 rating (35 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"@Deanna"
For the images without a Droid version I recommend you use the 1152 x 864 file. It will fill the vertical height of your screen and you can choose to center it how you like.

Ryan

Sat March 26, 2011 at 2:11 pm
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Subterranean (Wet)

"Subterranean (Wet)"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.76/10 rating (33 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Better than spring version"
The spring version was the best work i have seen from you. till now. It's really awesome. The flowers in the foreground make it perfect.



Is it possible to make a view from the lake to the tree in the foreground. I think that also would look great.



I´m looking forward to see the autumn and winter version...

Gunslinger
Thu September 30, 2010 at 2:22 am
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Neptune's Garden

"Neptune's Garden"

Pickle Jar Versions


5.64/10 rating (36 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Interesting"
it's always interesting to go back through the archives and find that a DB Piece I've come to love was actually inspired by a much much earlier version. It shows how much Ryan has learned and improved over the years (Although he'd probably testify to the advancement of technology :P )

Alex H
Wed January 19, 2011 at 3:46 pm
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Comments (0)

Escort

"Escort"

Pickle Jar Versions


4.59/10 rating (37 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Very nice"
I think that this one is quite possibly your best older one. The detail on the textures is amazing. It looks very realistic.

alexM
June 27, 2007
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Comments (0)

Threesome

"Threesome"

Pickle Jar Versions


7.05/10 rating (41 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Threesome"
This is a gorgeous pic of one of the most docile creatures known to man!

Craig Donn
Mon March 14, 2011 at 7:13 am
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Comments (1)

Jellies

"Jellies"


7.28/10 rating (47 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"omg looks amazing"
PLEASE do dual screen of this one i want it so bad hehehe

Chris
February 28, 2007
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Comments (0)

Jelly

"Jelly"


6.91/10 rating (45 votes)

Latest Member Comment:


"Gorgeous!"
I'm pretty sure I was one of those who originally thought this was a real jellyfish, and then I was informed that it was a computer graphic, and I was dumbfounded. It's so gorgeous!


Tue June 16, 2015 at 7:08 pm
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