Work's of Art by Pollux

Awesome
Stone world
Temple
Background Design

The quality of the images are not as good as they are in "real". Since I only got 2 Mb of space on the server I had to compress the images about 80% and decrease resolution.

Note that you can save these works to your local disk (in netscape navigator) by right clicking on the picture and then choose "save image as ..."

Sea of Worries. Just something that popped up in my mind when I was thinking of creating an adventure game or writing a book. " It was in the morning that the evil sorcerer ramdik casted his foul spell that massacred the people on the high planes, the fisher of the lowland and the tribe of "im ta" At the end of that day their blood filled the gorge and colored the rocks red. "

Hand painted this on a Wacom Graphics tablet with The Gimp

Ramshallas shack. Just something that popped up in my mind when I was thinking of creating an adventure game or writing a book.

Hand painted this on a Wacom Graphics tablet with The Gimp

Here I just wanted to check out if you could take an ordinary picture, use the computer on it and make it look special without showing a computer was used.

Editted with "ULead image pals".

It was a rainy and cold day. The sky was one of those famous Dutch gray skies. It was my vacation yet at the moment I didn't know what to do and didn't feel well.

Then at some moment I decided to express my feelings in a picture.

After I was done, it gave me the very same feeling I had that day.

However a few months later I wanted to adjust the picture. Thereby destroying the magic of it.

The picture shown here is a redo. With more thorough knowledge of POVRay it is better than before.

Created with that amazing Freeware program POVRay ( Persistence of Vision RayTracer ) Afterwards I editted it a bit with ULead and added my picture and shadow. Special thanks to the POVRay group.

Created with that amazing Freeware program POVRay ( Persistence of Vision RayTracer ) Special thanks to the POVRay group.

For these WebPages I wanted to design a background that seemed to be infinite.

By using one of POVRay's special camera's and doing some calculations I raytraced this picture in three different colors.

Then I used Ulead to 'warp' the picture so it would look more organic.

The result you can see when you view my background on different times of the day.

Background design for these webpages. Infinite Arch. Created with that amazing Freeware program POVRay ( Persistence of Vision RayTracer ) Special thanks to the POVRay group.

You can reach pollux by EMail at address pollux@wxs.nl
Background and foreground designed and created by Pollux
Copyright © 1998 Pollux All Rights Reserved.