A Destiny 2 fan turns her fiancé into a real-world baryon branch
Destiny 2 has been around for a long time. Since the game launched in 2017, Bungie has expanded the world by introducing new and exotic locations, like Dreaming City. With each of these places comes unusual flora, like Baryon Bough.
Baryon Bough is a type of ethereal substance found in the City of Dreams in Destiny 2. The tree-shaped resource serves a purpose for Guardians who travel the location. Players can harvest Baryon Bough and exchange it for different items, such as Tincture of Queensfoil. Besides its usefulness for gamers, it looks aesthetically pleasing. Recently, an art fan decided to recreate the beautiful tree in real life. In a post on Reddit, a user known as dannym1231 revealed a new artwork that they created. According to the creator, they decided to recreate a Baryon Bough from Destiny 2 for her fiancé. One of the highlights was the artist's accurate recreation of the tree's slender branches.
Also, they used a dodecahedron for the ethereal plant vase. Also, the design featured lots of lights tinted purple to make it look like the tree was glowing. In addition to showing the Baryon Bough, danny1231 revealed some of the details behind the creation of the artwork. According to the artist, they found most of the materials for the design on Amazon. To make the structure of the tree, they watched a video on YouTube that detailed how to build the tree's wire. After making the tree, they wrapped fairy lights around the branches. They then filled a dodecahedron with gravel and mixed the additional lights in the vase. Once they placed the tree inside the dodecahedron, they placed purple pebbles on top to finish the look. When everything was done, the entire process took about 2 hours. This real-world recreation of Baryon Bough has caught the attention of numerous members of the Destiny 2 community on Reddit.
With over 3,300 upvotes in just one day, players were impressed with the resemblance of the tree to the one found in the game. Some thought the purple lighting from the tree gave the room a "dream city vibe," while others wondered what the artist's fiancé's reaction was. Danny1231 replied, "She loved it!"
This is just one of many works of art created by Destiny 2 fans. Recently, another fan designed Ghost in Blender, a 3D computer graphics software. With a large number of passionate fans making up the Destiny 2 fanbase, it will be interesting to see what kinds of creations players come up with, like danny1231.