@00:28Yup definitely has that feel too. In terms of scale it works really well to both extremes, I can imagine this being a huge cosmic event of universal scope, or something on a cellular level, invisible to the naked eye. Your welcome!
@00:28cool. i like experimenting with scale, and i render using a fisheye lens setting on the camera to give it more of a distorted perspective. i'm very pleased that you could see those two extremes in my work.
@00:28Ah wicked, adds even more of an extreme with depth and perspective. I like that you've been quite subtle about that, alot of people try and force that emphasis and create too much of a distortion, ends up looking ridiculous.
@00:28thanks and yes, as much as all this is very labour intensive work, currently requiring about 80 hours a week, including rendering time, i really do get a lot of enjoyment out of the results.
even renders i don't keep, i can very quickly get a flood of inspiration for how i could improve on the art of tech.
i also love the fact i can take for example a highly reflective renders like this one above, and feed it through a compositor setup to output a different color palette, or sometimes radically change the effects, half of which weren't very predictable when i built the compositors, but worth keeping nonetheless.
i guess an analogy is unwrapping a present and being pleasantly surprised by the contents, he he.