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09-04-2006, 01:31 AM
Heres a small environment piece I did for a job. It took about 40 hours in all to complete this project. Let me know what you all think.
Oh and the bottom left is what angle and prespective you will be seeing it at. someone else is doing the background and fire.
There is an issue with the grass since i dont know how to fix the alpha sorting problems in Maya. If anyone does I would love to know how :)
09-04-2006, 03:54 AM
09-04-2006, 02:07 PM
man this is some great work I love the feel, can we see some texture maps?
great job you should finish a surround and make some more renders.
09-04-2006, 04:14 PM
its great :)
the only thing that bugs me is the overall lack of contrast, it looks all monotone.
I'd make those large stones on the floor a more lighter whiter grey and throw in some more green.
right now it seems a bit brown-plastic'ish
09-04-2006, 04:17 PM
QL work. Nice mood, great piece of art ;)
Personally I'll only change a light in the scene. orange/red/yellow and blue.purple IMO shoul fit perfectly.
Can I ask about flats? especially the tree with ivy, 'cos soon I;ll start working on something similiar, but on the wall and I;m curous how u paint it.
09-04-2006, 07:17 PM
Very nice, reminds me of Gothic 3 (http://www.gothic3.com/index.php?do=097099116105111110061103097108108101114121)
I love the texture on the tree to the left, can we see some textures please?
How about creating a night scene with the fire lit casting shadows through the tree's, i dunno just an idea
09-04-2006, 07:25 PM
I appreciate all your guys comments. Its been so long since I have gotten a crit or anything on work that I have done.
glandolina: Its funny the first thing I thought I would get a crit on was the actual lack of saturation and contrast in the work.. the concept I worked off of was very bright and colorful. I cant figure out why I went opposite. Honestly the background that was made for it and the fire that is put in the scene help it out so much..It breaks up the whole scene and gives it all a warm feel. Unfortunetly Im unable to post it.
Por@szek (http://forums.cgsociety.org/Por@szek): Yea like I was sayin above the fire and background inserted into the scene with the lighting someone else gave it gives it that warm look you are talking about seeing. As for the flats. I am no longer in posession of them. I didnt hold on to my own copy.
RO, LostinFace, junerahe: Glad to hear that you all are digging it :)
09-04-2006, 07:25 PM
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