Visual effects represent the lake of fire and harp of God from the book of Revelation.
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Lake of Fire
The lake of fire was prepared with 3ds Max. 3ds Max features used to create the lake of fire include volume fog and three fire effects.
And the devil, who deceived them, was thrown into the lake of burning sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet had been thrown. They will be tormented day and night for ever and ever (Revelation 20:10 KJV).
Fire and brimstone Bible commentaries may associate the lake of fire with hell in the Bible. Fire also represents the Holy Spirit. However believers receive the Holy Spirit, yet the devil who deceives others, the beast, and false prophet, end in fire lake.
The lake of fire is one of many end time visions from Bible prophecy. Many people ask if we're in the end times according to the Bible, yet Jesus says that no man knows the day or hour. Therefore no human can answer that question. Jesus also discussed signs that indicate the beginning of end times. Current signs do seem to indicate the beginning of the tribulation.
Harp of God
The 3D model represents a Kinnor or harp, on a sea of glass mingled with fire.
In the Bible, the word for Kinnor is often translated as
The Kinnor is part of Bible history.
Kinnors are a type of ancient Jewish stringed instrument,
mentioned in the Old Testament forty two times.
The Kinnor was modeled, mapped, and rendered with 3ds Max,
from a set of photographs.
sea of glass mingled with with fire, visual effect,
was prepared with 3ds Max
fire effect, reflective material, and wave materials.
And I saw as it were a sea of glass mingled with fire: and them that had gotten the victory over the beast, and over his image, and over his mark, and over the number of his name, stand on the sea of glass, having the harps of God (Revelation 15:2 KJV).
Harp of God prepresents history of the Bible to some extent.
However the book of Revelation doesn't distinguish between harps based on
time and culture. Perhaps the Kinnor, illustrated here, looks similar
to an instrument used to compose the music of King David.