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  07 July 2008
Stoney Creek, Martin Hedenstroem (3D)



Title: Stoney Creek
Name: Martin Hedenstroem
Country: Australia
Software: Carrara, Modo, Photoshop

A clear stream in the forest. A few items modeled in Modo but the rest is all Carrara. I used the C6 displacement painting feature to add the ripples to the water - much faster and nicer than using Carrara's displacement channel of the shaders.
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  07 July 2008
oh yeah!

I dont know working with software carrara, but i see beautiful works.

your scene is perfect! very high segments
some details.
congratz
 
  07 July 2008
the stones in the stream are very very very beautiful!!!

is a modeling? or painted/textures?
 
  07 July 2008
Excellent...

...work in Carrara. It's certainly come a long way since RDS! The water is very believable, but still lacks foam and/or bubbles in certain areas. That's the only thing I can see which might detract from the realism, the trees, grass, and rocks are beautiful.
 
  07 July 2008
That looks really awesome, the only fault is what other people are saying. The water is too procedural.
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  07 July 2008
so amazing work. awesome. but the water is not perfect
 
  07 July 2008
very lifelike apart from the water is abit off
 
  07 July 2008
wow. amazing.. looks so natural.. First I thought its vue render. Really great job especially with vegetations, lighting.
 
  07 July 2008
Thumbs down

nice job but i know all object and your scene from daz3d






http://www.daz3d.com/i.x/shop/itemd...048&cat=33&_m=d
 
  07 July 2008
Originally Posted by souledge3: nice job but i know all object and your scene from daz3d






http://www.daz3d.com/i.x/shop/itemd...048&cat=33&_m=d


Good catch,
He is the author of those products over at DAZ.

Nice work there Martin.

wayne k
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  07 July 2008
Originally Posted by whkguamusa: Good catch,
He is the author of those products over at DAZ.

Nice work there Martin.

wayne k
guam usa


Thanks everyone!

And the only element that is actually shared between this image and the products I sell at Daz are 1 little fern you can hardly see in this picture.

Cheers,

Martin.
 
  07 July 2008
Ohh sorry your works are great
 
  07 July 2008
Beautiful! I wanna go to mountain now!
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  07 July 2008
nice ambient concept, maybe the water needs some white splashes, anyway its cool render. good job!
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  07 July 2008
Well enough's said about the water, so I'll skip that...
Nice composition and shape of the creek/river. I really like the models and lighting. It's all really photorealistic, though I'm not really sure about the lighting and colors of the top-left half of the image. The leaves and lighting tend to look a bit flat in that region. But nothing of great concern. The stones and grasses look really good. How do you make these? Instancing?

I've been through your gallery lately with a lot of interest.
I'm a Terragen-user and I would really like to make this kind of quality of work sometime.
Keep it up!

Martin
 
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