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Deck 42Biopod Storage DeltaWeightless Cave
Biopod Storage Delta
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May 11, 2010, 02:27:52 AM
Thanks. This one took a lot of viewpoint coordinate tweaking to get the right dramatic look.

I find it's actually easier to find stuff that looks like machinery, than either organic or "architectural" stuff. And the machinery look tends towards early modern Borg in style, but with a heavy dose of extruded Cantor sets (like seen above: the foreground plates are bunched in a manner very reminiscent of the Cantor middle-thirds set, with division into sixteen obvious parts and you can actually faintly just see the next set of narrower gaps that would make it 32).
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May 10, 2010, 09:40:50 PM
The more I look on it, the more I like it.

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