I don't know much about the methods and techniques to render or produce an image like this, but I must say, it's very striking. It really leaves a lot for the eyes, as well as the mind, to examine.
I love the colours, especially the way they're paired up with the neutrals. The colours and neutrals (especially the white) combined with the soft, smooth curves, remind me of Campino soft candies, if you've ever seen those. If I wasn't so allergic to the artificial colours, this image would almost make me want to go out and buy a pack to snack on.
I'm trying to find something to relate the shapes and dimensions to. I want to say some kind of complex, futuristic freeway. But I don't even think that could compare. My brain actually has trouble grasping the shapes and dimensions in this image - of course, I mean that in the nicest way, as I really enjoy images, like this one, that make my brain work in overdrive. There's just so much for my eyes and mind to analyze here. But I like it. It's just enough to get my brain working, while not making it, or my eyes, hurt too much.
I can only imagine the time and care it took to make this image. And I can only imagine your imagination is a powerful one, seeing as it could manifest this complex and intellectually stimulating image into existence.
first, the colors are amazing. they are slightly transparent, and with a bit of light and shades, they blend into fascinating colors.
second, the shapes are naturally curved. the belt-like substances sometimes hit each other. i have to say, you handled the different axis-rotation well. it is hard to turn a y-axis rotation to a x-axis rotation.
third, in general, the whole composition is magnificent. the upper part is just gradient gray, and the belts filling the spaces below.
it is not that i deny your techniques by giving you 3 marks for impact. i though there wasn't enough impact.
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Well, there is a special technique.. the problem is, that special technique - is me. I don't remember the exact steps taken, but I can make a simple summary:
-Created 3D model of coloured part (red at the beginning) and white part as 2 separate objects -Rendered image with both objects having transparency and reflection and such -Rendered image 2 times separately, each with just 1 of the 2 objects, without transparency and such but with a rather smooth appearance -Blended everything together in Photoshop a few times, with contrast tweaks and such -Extracted the red part from the image, used it to create a selection, filled it up with the red-yellow-green gradient -Slightly blurred the gradient layer and set the blending option to either "color" or "hue" -Some additional contrast tweaks -And saving it with a nice name.