Shop More Submit  Join Login


Submitted on
February 11, 2005
Image Size
815 KB


7,823 (1 today)
149 (who?)
bin.okular by darkMyke bin.okular by darkMyke
As usual, I'm not completely satisfied with the outcome, but I still like this piece. And to be honest, I had a lot of fun making the render and especially the 2D stuff, as you can see I made heavy use of typography. It also took quite some time to finish that one, so please, give me some feedback and comments, I want to hear your thoughts.
Anyway, I hope you enjoy this as much as I do...
Add a Comment:
ObsidianReaper Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2009
I like it. I don't know if this would have really gone with the style, but I would have blurred out the end of the tubes on the right to help give the image a little more depth.
InhumanRoving Featured By Owner Jun 10, 2009
I love this tech 3D art style... a must :+fav:!
Aplos Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2007
I know what you mean. I can never be satisfied with my drawings or anything else I create for that matter but that's because we always have something slightly different in mind... so as an impartial observer (unlike you who is biased with what you were thinking about originally), I can say it's great.
The1Blur Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is really cool!
AfroCyborg Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2007
Grand work! The orange color doesn't seem to fit my taste, but overall it's fantastic!
ClaireBeauchamp Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2007  Professional Interface Designer
that looks very complicated to do x_x it's great, just great! keep on with the good work!!
Vectorian Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2006
that is awe inspiring! i love this abstract technical stuff! you have this area under lock and key!
B-E-T-H Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2006
For instance (as per my response to your comment on my page) this one blows my friggin' mind. I don't think I would have liked it as much, had you not put the gradient shading on the metal cording; but you did, so why am I saying that? HA HA. Anyway, this reminds me of some prototype for a life-form scanner in Metroid or something. This is probably my favorite so far.
Mandoragon Featured By Owner Mar 19, 2006
very nice! Is there a specific way that you made the wires?
darkMyke Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Well, I used the curve deform tool for the wires, actually nothing very special anymore. It's rather easy to use and gives pretty good results without too much work.
Add a Comment: