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Old 03 March 2004   #61
must say.........the best part is the wet rainy feel....havent seen a feel like this till date .........

keep 'em coming dude..!!!
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Old 03 March 2004   #62
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Hmmm gr8..
unique subject than the usual one we see as CG.
The mood tempted me to look out thro window to see if its raining here too...

Plus (+)

The drenched road...the light effects really worked out.
The contrast in lighting between the two areas..Very nice

Neg(-)

The relative size of the device on the side walk , the cart and the man.. U should have made real cart size.
The bottles and stuffs and gras seams to be 2D.
Some papers are a bit extra glowing.

Indeed its a nice job
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Old 03 March 2004   #63
first off when seeign the thumbnail on the CGtalk main page it looked like a child staring out at sea from a pier. Then I saw the street. Great Atmosphere, in either case it's great!

Whow.
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Old 03 March 2004   #64
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I got your idea. I think this was got couse of front lighting matched angles of border ant the light.

Anyway thanks!
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Old 03 March 2004   #65
Very nice render, gallery work for sure

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Old 03 March 2004   #66
Awesome!
 
Old 03 March 2004   #67
7 days of rendering.can't believe it.... anyhow, it's awesome dude..... such an awesome work dude!!!! i really attracted by the wet street.....the kind of rainy feel, and the mood of the scene.... GREAT!!!!
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Old 03 March 2004   #68
Indeed, a pictorial masterpiece at it's finest accord! The lighting and diffused glow effect, made the piece as a whole, dreamlike and trivial. It's like having a deja vu and abnesia at the same time, saying, "I thought I forgot this before." The water refections and the sheen of the asphalt, I believe, creates a sense of emptyness and chilled emotions. You could almost feel the moisture in the air as you imagine being there. Yet, the child have a reassuring stance, almost certain on what lies beyond the dark alleyway. Kudos fellow artist. If Dodgeas3d is the "bible-code"for the word PERFECTION...let there be light!!!! Amen Soul Brutha
 
Old 03 March 2004   #69
wow, nice jpb^^!!
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Old 03 March 2004   #70
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good...
but the time of rendering is so ..............ha
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Old 03 March 2004   #71
It's really impressing how you captured the "rainy" look. The street really looks awesome and 100% realistic, but I must say that I am somewhat disappointed by the environment you added left and right to the street. I mean you could have created a really more exciting looking slum housewall with windows and clothes hanging out for drying or smoking chimneys and alle this other stuff but theses stairs just look..., don't understand me wrong, "boring" compared to the excellence of the street itself. The real "WOW-effect" is still missing, go and change it and you will have a real masterpeace! Good luck
 
Old 03 March 2004   #72
woooow this is one of the few pictures where a wet street realy looks like a wet street and not some shiny plastic thingy

great job!!!
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Old 03 March 2004   #73
WOW
and WOW AGAIN...
i would really like to see how you did the wet-asphalt shader... amazing...
 
Old 03 March 2004   #74
By the way, did you try to make several passes for your renderings? maybe then your render times would've been more manageable.
In the 3D industry there are rarely complete scenes that are rendered in one pass.
 
Old 03 March 2004   #75
Labai graziu, ar Jus dirbat kompanijoj ar tik ant saves?? Man idomu kas vyksta Lietuvoj su 3d.
 
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