Originally exhibited on October 20, 2007 on Caedes.net, Planetary Surface is an abstract desktop wallpaper art piece utilizing found photography and Photoshop brushes. Carefully remastered using AI upscaling and digital preservation techniques, this piece is one of many in my personal vintage computer art exhibition series.
This is my most ambitious piece in this entire vintage series. Planetary Surface originally went under a different title, but has since changed due to privacy concerns. This piece was based on a narrative concept of a lonely planet far from human reach. This alien planet was riddled with watery gases, regenerating landscapes, rainbow atmospheres and constant thunder storms. A far-future alien race once tried to inhabit its surface, but were quickly washed away by the planet's uninhabitable nature. Many old Caedes.net reviewers described this piece as having "tantalizing textures", alongside feelings of solemnity.