@Helge, thanks for posting that, it helps me understand what is going on there. There are actually a lot more copies than I had originally noticed. One more question for you on that, how did you go about deforming the lizard? Did you meticulously rig the model so you could properly deform it, or did you simply do it with proportional editing?
@Miatpi you asked for some critiques, so here ya go First off, I think your entry is pretty good, your composition, lighting and modeling are all good. Good angle, nice and bright, I also love that blur effect you have done on the time hands, how did you do that by the way? Very cool.
Now for the critiques: for one, I think you already realize this, but it doesn’t really fit the theme. With that said, there are a few things I would like to note. For one, the effect you did for the fractal time shooting out the clock seems a bit out of place. The effect is also too similar in color to the clock, so at a quick glance the whole thing kind of blurs together. Specifically here on the challenge try and remember that your image is in a long list and typically people are going to just quickly scroll through the list looking fo anything that stands out. So if your image is too harmonious in color it may stand out less. I think if you were to have made those blocks have more contrast with the clock it would have helped make the image stand out. Same with the background, it also has that same kind of color/brightness of the clock. Also, you should have added some electric surges to the main clock hand, or something like that effect you did on the guitar entry where the robot guy had the electricity running all around him. I feel like that would have been appropratie for the clock hand here, and then even possibles uinfusing that with those fractal blocks.
Anyways, I just thought I would mention a couple of those things, I think in total though it’s excellent. CYa