And why not. All images are gallery worthy imo. Is how we learn and progress. I have a gallery over on rendo with over 200 images in it. Sometimes I go right back and glance at some of my older ones and grimace. But I leave them there as it is a portfolio which shows just how things have changed in the time I have been posting them there. In some cases I have 2 or more versions of the same image, as it has been tweaked to improve it.
I can relate to this, I don’t have a gallery anywhere nor have I uploaded my images online but I go through my old graphic stuff from time to time. I shared my work with friends via emails. I messed with a lot of graphic programs but these days I only use Bryce and a bit of Photoshop.
If you like what you’re doing, chances are that others also do. I, as David and Rashad and others, show my stuff at http://www.bryce5.com and actually submit it to the peers for constructive critique. If you compare the oldest with the newest entries, you’ll see that there is some progress. The comments of the peers is invaluable, as is the artwork shown off by others - a source of inspiration and motivation to try harder.
It is for this very reason that I decided to share my work here and I’m happy I did.
Here’s another, using the Wings 3D part of David’s recent tutorials, I used one of my abstract images which I exported as a HDRI as a backdrop.
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