Worth enough?, Radoslav Zilinsky (3D)

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  12 December 2007
Firstly let me say that this is awsome, staggeringly detailed and beautiful.


But I still have some small crits.


In your impressive hi-res picture i can see parts which dont look as high quality as others, for instance, at the lower left hand corner, the trees and grass have a pc game look about them, i'm pretty sure i can see textures strected over planes in there.

Some of the ropes holding the bridge look like candy sticks to me and the ridges in the rope are exadurated.

The waterfalls at the bottom right don't look as real as the water effects further away, and the water coming out of the pipes, at the highest resolution look like steam. I know water turns to vapour sometimes when it falls but yours looks like its vapour/fully-turbulent coming out of the pipes IMO.

There is a badly places tee over the windmill, i cant tell whether its in the background or physically growing off the windmill in the foreground. Obviously its the former, but still, it played tricks on my eyes.

Some of the rocks at the very bottom have an overly CG look about them, maybe the textures are a bit streched, its a tiny crit.

Sheep dont look that wooly at hi-res. Horses legs look a bit strange.

I'm really having to look hard to find problems. When you get brilliant work you get hard crit.


Awsoem stuff anyway!
 
  12 December 2007
Excellent work! The details and concept are amazing, however I still have some critics:

Overall I think that increasing the contrast migh improve the impression. Also, I find the background more cut off than necessary, looks a bit unnaturally to me.
I also agree with some stuff written above - the waterfalls, rope etc.

However, as said before, really wonderul piece!!!
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  12 December 2007
Great work!

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  12 December 2007
HUGE! Not my cup of tea but something that really surprised me. Man, how can you keep working on such a complex scenes? Great Job! 5*, congrats for plug and I believe in award for this!
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  12 December 2007
Fantastic work man i like it alot!!

nice details too.. 5 stars
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  12 December 2007
beautifully done! too much lovely details, i really like it!
 
  12 December 2007
Thumbs up Amazing...

Your work is insane man... very beatiful. I can't imagine the amount of work that you had to do this... Congratulations!
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  12 December 2007
Incredible attention to detail! Great piece! 5 Stars.
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  12 December 2007
Very good work and nice details
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  12 December 2007
Mamma mia!! What an impressive image!! i really love the contrast between the futuristic city and the poor village

Congrats and my vote for an award
 
  12 December 2007
omg i cant even finish a small projects thats absolutly insane bro... O M G! lol.. keep up the great work idk how you got so much detail int here man do you by chance have a work time estimate? lol... g r R E A T !
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  12 December 2007
this is really something special, the mood setting is really amazing, massive props!
 
  12 December 2007
Very well done Rado. Congrats. Worth enough!
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  12 December 2007
Thank you guys. Especially you marek
 
  12 December 2007
Thumbs up

Great work man and good idea *****
 
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