Rail haven, Marco Rolandi (3D)


#112

[QUOTE=Anacardo]

Title: Rail haven
Name: Marco Rolandi
Country: Italy
Software: 3ds max, VRay

Hi guys, it’s been a while since I posted anything on cgtalk, sorry about that… This image is the last from a personal project I’ve been working on. It’s the story of a world in which men are nothing but small pieces of giant machines, a decaying society struggling for survival. The image depicts the harbor of a metropolis, where the sea no longer exists and has been replaced by an endless swamp covered by railroad tracks. Hope you like it.[it’s awsome ,m speechless…fantastic…5 stars]


#113

Really nice stuff… that smoke is lovely in the sence nice work…


#114

Incredible flawless details! A masterpiece!


#115

it’s very amazing, very nice atmosphere,I felt your picture cool,lt’s special yellow color,
very beatifully.


#116

This is just amazing…love the atmosphere :thumbsup:
4 stars ****


#117

Hi,

Just curious: how much time it takes to render all scene?

cheers


#118

it’s very good


#119

This looks great, its both ancient and modern at the same time, great job


#120

very nice,


#121

I like the design element of the work, not too sure about the lighting in the work though. 5* for modelling, 3 for design. I’m not the best but I know u can do better.


#122

Great atmosphere !!


#123

hey i like your work very much is it a whole 3d work or it is composite with 2d?


#124

beautiful rendering


#125

really nice , great details , light & texture (5*)

i will be glad if i now your opinion about my works thanks


#126

Great work.
I love how the steam and dust give the feel of decay and desolation.


#127

Molto Bellisimo Marco

You really are great !!!

:slight_smile:


#128

Wow!! Superb job!

I really feel like I’m there when looking at it.


#129

The atmosphere is great!

Nice!


#130

Realy Great JOB, COOL:thumbsup:


#131

This one is my desktop wallpaper. I find details each time y watch to it carefully. As I love steam trains, I understand that this kind of futurology may be possible. The hughe rail port reminds me Estación Constitución in Buenos Aires- More please! Great!

Jorge Ricaldoni