This site is optimized
for Internet Explorer and 800*600 resolution.
It does not look well
in Netscape, not yet.
Click on buttonized
pictures below to go to the different
galleries. Click on pictures to see full-size(usually
800*600pixels). The "buttonized",
smaller pictures don´t work like that, not
yet. Just padding, you see..The "next
page"-button will take you in a loop
around the galleries.
You can copy any
picture you like to your own hard-desk by
doing a right-click on the picture and choose
"save as" on the meny that comes up.
Select a directory where you want the picture
At Blish you can now buy some high-res pictures of mine for download.
As for now, here is free wallpaper
for you on this site!
If you would like to
make a screensaver of any of your collected
pictures, you can download a great, free
screensaver here. Make
shure to try it with effects-setting on!
From the moment I saw
pictures made in BRYCE, I felt that here was
something special....BRYCE may not be the
worlds best or most complete 3D-program, (at
least not Bryce2)and it does have its share
of bugs, but it certainly has something very
special, almost organic. And to be fair, it
was designed from the beginning for landscape-designing,
everything else comes extra. Maybe its
something about it´s way of handling light....
it has soul or , as some would say, magic! Maybe
the mystery is in the core of BRYCE, the Deep
Texture Editor, written by Eric Wenger. A
part of BRYCE that is not officially
documented, and you would probably have to
buy Susan Kitchens book "REAL WORLD
BRYCE2", to get it explained. I did, and
anyone into BRYCE would benefit enormously
from this great book. Since there was no
manual with the program(-s) that came free
with "PC-Format", where I got Painter3,
Bryce2, Poser, Picture Publisher and
other great programs, Susans book came in
very handy.. Mind you, I have read and dealt
with many a manual in my life, and Susans
book is in a league by itself!
I am a beginner at this kind of
thing, but as a former musician and producer
of music, I may have had some advantage to
start with, a way of recognising good quality
maybe, or perhaps even more the habit of
trusting my own senses.... But when it comes
to evaluating my own work, you will have to
be the one to tell in the end...now go and
see what I have done since late summer -99!
And do tell me what you think, honestly!
This site belongs to Jörgen Sangsta and is
a part of
Go also and see Fractal pictures at The FRACTALIZER´ s
and the very new music-site SANGSTA-CORNER
and you may need som of the healing gem-salves
All pictures copy-right © Jörgen
Sangsta -99 & -00