Got bored again, so I took the liberty of adding another item to my meager exhibit just for the fun of it, since I've not uploaded anything new for ages. Not that it matters, but things start to get stale around here especially when deprived of updates. I probably need to start snapping photos again, if I ever decide that excursions are actually worthwhile.
It's hard to miss a show as good as this...no thanks to ~LuezA-35
for the introduction.
There are many things that can be improved, as always (like the dust clouds?), but I sometimes treat art like a perturbation starting from some arbitrary geometry, and refinements are done by adding more terms such as in a multipole expansion, so convergence may not occur rapidly depending on the nature of the expansion and target geometry. I wonder how some people can instinctively choose the correct basis to project whatever is in their minds, which would mean minimal expansion terms and minimal effort with superior accuracy. Effortless perfection. I am procrastinating again, of course, evident from this pointless and lengthy rant. I actually used Bézier curves, but then I got lazy and reverted to a non-vector format for refinements. Initial geometry was hand-sketched. Looks like I did use the camera after all, despite not having ventured outside to explore the world and capture all of nature's glory into a CF card, since I don't have a scanner.