Sanctuary Desktop Picture
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Sanctuary Desktop Picture

01 November 1999

3D rendered desktop picture of a large room with stairs, balcony, and a pool.

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Sanctuary is a 3D rendered desktop picture with a circular staircase in the middle of a gigantic room. A women stands at the top of the staircase looking out of a balcony window. Torches lit with fire burn at the base of the stairs with calm whirlpool or water glowing from the floor.

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1 Reviews of Sanctuary Desktop Picture

Mark Balmer
30 January 2004
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re: Sanctuary Desktop Picture A review By Markie B. Ok, I've never done a review before, of any kind, and I don't personally know this artist, so I start by assuring whoever may read this that what I'm about to say here truly comes from the heart, and also without thinking before writing. This is a genuine reaction. I believe that art should inspire a feeling, good or bad. It doesn't have to be the one the artist meant for you to find either. As long as it does this though, in my book, it qualifies as ''true art''. THIS particular piece, however, almost knocked me down, breathless from the multitudes of ways it jumped out and made me ''feel''. I'm amazed at the texture of the marble, so real in it's 3D effect that it almost makes me want to put my terry cloth robe over my clothing to keep warm. The reflection and light on the water also catches my attention, knowing how difficult it is to capture light in a ''painting''..not to mention the gentle flames of the torches almost making me feel as if they could allow me to find my last Hershey's Kiss that fell on the floor a half hour ago, without hitting the switch on the wall for assistance. The woman at the top of the stairs, alone, surrounded by the hugeness of the cold marble, and the tall, laborious climb it took for her to get to where she stands, beautiful, sensual, still elegant and lady like, dressed with hope for the best of everything, looking out to an open world...to freedom perhaps? Not just a world though... beyond it...to a star i saw once myself on a particular 4th of July evening, waiting for the fireworks to begin, as my now long gone, much missed, and very dear friend remarked to me, "I don't belong here...I've told you that before...and the times you asked where I did belong, I was unable to explain..but I can now. See that star? That's where I'm from..that's where I'm going". As strange, or silly as it sounds..I believed him. And I can't help but wonder if that star has a name like "heaven" or something? I also can't help but wonder what was in the artist's mind when he put it onto this picture, and how this was captured into the desktop picture i've sought for such a long time... the one that's beautiful, inspring, the one that brings back thoughts of cherished moments, and hopes for more... and not only that! the best part? for once... I can see all my damned Icons! Color me most deeply pleased to have found this...this ''true art''. To the artist: Thank you. I may not have shared a dollar with you for your hard work, but you certainly have my praise and admiration, and possibly what an artist might hope for the most: you have my curiosity. I hope to see more from you.
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Mark Balmer
30 January 2004
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re: Sanctuary Desktop Picture A review By Markie B. Ok, I've never done a review before, of any kind, and I don't personally know this artist, so I start by assuring whoever may read this that what I'm about to say here truly comes from the heart, and also without thinking before writing. This is a genuine reaction. I believe that art should inspire a feeling, good or bad. It doesn't have to be the one the artist meant for you to find either. As long as it does this though, in my book, it qualifies as ''true art''. THIS particular piece, however, almost knocked me down, breathless from the multitudes of ways it jumped out and made me ''feel''. I'm amazed at the texture of the marble, so real in it's 3D effect that it almost makes me want to put my terry cloth robe over my clothing to keep warm. The reflection and light on the water also catches my attention, knowing how difficult it is to capture light in a ''painting''..not to mention the gentle flames of the torches almost making me feel as if they could allow me to find my last Hershey's Kiss that fell on the floor a half hour ago, without hitting the switch on the wall for assistance. The woman at the top of the stairs, alone, surrounded by the hugeness of the cold marble, and the tall, laborious climb it took for her to get to where she stands, beautiful, sensual, still elegant and lady like, dressed with hope for the best of everything, looking out to an open world...to freedom perhaps? Not just a world though... beyond it...to a star i saw once myself on a particular 4th of July evening, waiting for the fireworks to begin, as my now long gone, much missed, and very dear friend remarked to me, "I don't belong here...I've told you that before...and the times you asked where I did belong, I was unable to explain..but I can now. See that star? That's where I'm from..that's where I'm going". As strange, or silly as it sounds..I believed him. And I can't help but wonder if that star has a name like "heaven" or something? I also can't help but wonder what was in the artist's mind when he put it onto this picture, and how this was captured into the desktop picture i've sought for such a long time... the one that's beautiful, inspring, the one that brings back thoughts of cherished moments, and hopes for more... and not only that! the best part? for once... I can see all my damned Icons! Color me most deeply pleased to have found this...this ''true art''. To the artist: Thank you. I may not have shared a dollar with you for your hard work, but you certainly have my praise and admiration, and possibly what an artist might hope for the most: you have my curiosity. I hope to see more from you.
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