Minimal Design Wallpaper

December 16, 2012

A follow-up of the ‘Entering SKyCity’ wallpaper, based on the same Bryce-scene.

Entering SkyCity

November 25, 2012

This beautiful gem can be found above the Tokyo hemisphere, and was officially opened in the year 3412. The glass protects the habitants of the strong atmospherical conditions. The city’s material is mainly of metallic nature for it floats due to a recently discovered magnetic levitation technology. For now, the extremely wealthy residents mainly seek to escape the chaos back on the surface due to the lack of water and food. Here, they can harvest water straight from the clouds.

Sky Grand Prix

October 30, 2012

You may already know I’m a big fan of WipeOut. I love the tracks, I love the design, the futuristic feel to it all… I hope I achieved to recreate or capture some of that feeling in this new wallpaper…

Unfolding

September 30, 2012

This colourful minimalistic wallpaper will certainly brighten up your computer! Featured on Interfacelift.com!

Minimal Wallpaper

September 29, 2012

A pretty fun experiment made in Bryce, I love those metaballs!

Strangeled wires

September 29, 2012

A pretty basic render in Bryce, but makes a clean, minimalistic wallpaper.

WipEout Ship x1

September 29, 2012

On a cold winternight, I designed this little spaceship in Sketchup, I would like to thank Nvdc for the awesome renders! Check out more angles and variations after the link.

The Honeycomb

September 28, 2012

Modeled in Sketchup, rendered in Bryce, postprocessing done in Photoshop.