Sundowners, Thierry Nyssen (3D)

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  02 February 2008
Sundowners, Thierry Nyssen (3D)

Title: Sundowners
Name: Thierry Nyssen
Country: Belgium
Software: 3ds max, Photoshop

1974, a Phantom from the VF-111 going back home somewhere near the Gulf of Tonkin...


Here is the first picture of a serie dedicated to the McDonell Phantom.
Comments and critics are welcome !
  02 February 2008
Iīm allways perplexed when I see such realistic scenes.
Itīs great whatīs possible to make with a 3D programm.
provided you can used it :-)
unfortunatly I canīt
  02 February 2008
This is a beautiful scene. Maybe some spec variations would enhance this image even more.
  02 February 2008
Thumbs up The Sundowners

I agree with the spec mapping, and maybe, adding or punching up your normals a little bit if you have them already. I like the Image as well, having been stationed on the U.S.S. Constellation, as were The Sundowerns at one point. Good work all together just push a little more and this will be an outstanding piece.
  02 February 2008
Nice detail, and overall good work.
Ian Skipper
ResPower Render Farm
  02 February 2008
Very cool! If I made that I'd be poster-printing it and hanging it on the wall!
  02 February 2008
Thanks guys
  02 February 2008
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