I finally came around to update my gallery so that it now includes all the photos I had on my original page. This led directly to a split between the wallpapers and the photos section, because it simply got a little cramped on the gallery page.
I also moved all the 4:3 sided wallpapers to ‘Older images and concept art’. While there are some among them which I do still like, that format is simply outdated. I’m thinking about re-rendering those in 16:10, even if I have to admit that this format isn’t very becoming for some of the images.
Last but not least, I have added support for Colliris PicLens. Even if the Colliris plugin is not installed (which I would advise you to change), it is a definitive improvement over the visualization modules built-in to the gallery module.
What started as a bad copy of a beautiful oil painting I found on the web has now become something on its own: “The Shining Lands.”
My first wallpaper for wide-screen. Unfortunately, I have to realize that my tools a starting to get a little old. Bryce 4 is no longer bleeding-edge, and due to that parts of the picture appear somewhat artificial. It will probably soon be time to look around for something better …