virion tree [long variant] 1
here's a section of a tree w/ longer "processes." I also changed the color palette for some fun. I added an extra layer b/c the longer processes allowed things to spread out more, which I think is an improvement. It's beginning to feel kind of like gambling...really wanting a gray circle and having it come up orange triangle is such a heartbreak!
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Tree of vices, in "Liber Floridus", creation: 1120, author: Lambert of Saint Omer, edition: 1121, copy scribed by the author himself, folio 209r, Universiteitsbibliotheek Gent