I fell in love with newly created software, Bryce - The original Bryce software arose from work with fractal geometry to create realistic computer images of mountain ranges and coastlines. An initial set of fractal based programs were developed by Ken Musgrave (who later created MojoWorld) a student of Benoît Mandelbrot, and extended by Eric Wenger. Wenger later met and worked with software artist Kai Krause to design a basic user interface. The first commercial version, Bryce 1.0, appeared in 1994 for the Macintosh.
In 1997, when I created this album cover for Lynn, version 2.0 had just been released and I was able to create the whole album packaging. The cover had a futuristic City at night and the inner booklet scene was during the day.
I was to create a further five more albums using Bryce: 'Just Be Out' (Lynn Sheppard), 'CALM', 'The Singles', 'Perspection' (Beats Working) and 'Dreams To Nightmares (Nikki Brooks).
Front and rear booklet covers
Inside Booklet - In contrast, Ocean City during the day
Rear and inside jewel case
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Lynn Sheppard, from Beats Working