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Amazon Battle Scene (Massive battle!)

Member Since Aug 25, 2006
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Please leave comments! I love comments! Which side do you root for? Who should win? Perhaps I will make a scene of the winner based on comments...

This image should be viewed FULL SCREEN or you will miss much!

I had to massively shrink this image and reduce the quality due to the renderosity rules. You may view the exact same image, but full sized, at my website:

A word about violence...
I normally don't post violent images but I have been playing an Amazon strategy game and I am in the mood for a massive battle scene. Additionally, I cannot render a man which looks even remotely real so I am stuck with the girls. lol fear not for these women as they could each take on any man!


I generally make historical scenes with the aim of being accurate, but this scene is truly fantasy and not really based on anything real. I based it loosly on my Amazon Total War game, which I enjoy. The blue colored side is slightly more like Greeks and the red colored side is slightly more northern European, though these are only loose similarities.

The BLUE side:
The followers of Artemis, these amazon women protect their sacred temple. The invaders from the north have attacked and the priestesses and warriors, though caught off guard, will fight to the death to defend their temple! You may noticed that they are using bows, even in close range! I ensured that each warrior carried a sword for close in fighting. You may noticed that some of these warriors appear to wear ceremonial clothing and work clothing. This is because they were caught off guard.

The RED side:
The amazon warriors of the north have sworn conquest of the south and the first target in their plans is the famed temple of Artemis. This battle should have been a quick rout but the priestesses have mounted a quick defense. Some of the norther warriors are so fanatic that you see them fighting wearing only their colored paints, wading through arrows with a resolve only their total dedication to the task could bring!

This scene required 20 renders and a week to build! =)
My next scenes should be quite tame and happy by comparison.

Please tell me what you think!

I love comments and I hope to hear from you.

April 11, 2010
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Image Comments

Apr 11, 2010 7:24:58 pm
Wow, that's a lot of characters! No wonder it took 20 renders lol! Some of that warpaint is cool looking!

by Madbat Homepage »

Apr 11, 2010 7:31:54 pm
Fantastic work. excellent posing!

by Faemike55 Homepage »

Apr 11, 2010 7:37:08 pm

Each of the 20 renders was 3500x2000 with nearly max settings. My works all have that colorful sort of look. I spent lots of time tyring to get rid of the color and be more realistic, but I descided that I like the color, so it is here to stay!

by Lotus253 Homepage »

Apr 11, 2010 7:54:22 pm

by anitalee Homepage »

Apr 11, 2010 8:07:19 pm
I like this. Reminds me of a cross between a college sporting events and some ancient olympic games or war. :) I don't know that I'd want to try to pose that many characters. One or two gives me headaches. Great job!

by FaeMoon Homepage »

Apr 11, 2010 8:11:31 pm

The trick is to make a background, than pose each person on the background and render them without the background. You then add each scene atop the background as alpha layers and merge them into a single image.


by Lotus253 Homepage »

Apr 11, 2010 8:21:19 pm
Very cool scene! A mighty fine job of posing all those characters, well done!

by BIGBEAR1965 Homepage »

Apr 11, 2010 8:42:38 pm
what's alpha layer? is that something in photoshop?

by pimp3d Homepage »

Apr 11, 2010 10:11:21 pm
WOW. Impressive battle scene.
So many characters.

by LBAMagic Homepage »

Apr 12, 2010 2:16:39 am
Really impressive! Technically the multi-pass render is very well done, and artistically I love each different expression.

BTW, I vote for the blue side, because I love who fights for defending their ideas. Please let the left blue survive!

by giorgio_2004 Homepage »

Apr 12, 2010 9:51:20 am
Most impressive panoramic effect!!!

by RG19 Homepage »

Apr 12, 2010 12:43:23 pm
Very good and detailed action scene.

by ragouc Homepage »

Apr 12, 2010 12:45:19 pm
Exciting action scene with many different poses and outfits. Impressive would fit a dual monitors display.

by Roboman28 Homepage »

Apr 12, 2010 3:22:46 pm
Beautifull work

by SyberianFrost Homepage »

Apr 13, 2010 5:32:26 am
Thanks for the simple PUFF tutorial I will bear that in mind the next time I have a week free. Excellent work and scene hats of to you my friend very well done!

by njb2000 Homepage »

Apr 13, 2010 1:26:20 pm
wow you did wonderful on this, it's not your norm, but the detial you put into each render show's you took a very long time making and prefecting this one hun.. Great job.. cant wait to see which lady's are standing in the end

by Ladydragus Homepage »

Apr 19, 2010 7:47:24 am
Wow!! you can here the clash of steel... Excellent and exhaustive work...

by Steff_7 Homepage »

Apr 21, 2010 4:21:34 pm
An exciting render of Amazons battling other Amazons. Battle art is so rare here, so a big thanks for the huge amount of time spent on this lovely render. You didn't resort to gratitouts nudity and the combat appears realistic. I hope to see more battle art from you.

by ArtHound Homepage »

Apr 21, 2010 5:28:53 pm
(to ArtHound)

Thank you for your comment! I have started a campaign of creating more "epic" scenes then I generally do. I am trying to create full scenes with massive landscapes and lots of figures. My new graphics workstation can render about five full Victoria 4.2's with clothing and full textures and nearly max render settings, so I figured I should try.

As for nudity, I love nudity as much as the next person, but why would most warriors run about naked? I have one or two who are out to prove themselves and nothing is as scary to your enemy as you running at them naked and painted with a wild look, but this is really for a few and not for the general rabble. Skin sucks as armor. =P

I am making a large scene right now featuring priestess of Eilistraee, the Drow (good) Goddess. The scene will be quite nude, but this is the way Eilistraee's clerics behave and is depicted as much in about ten fantasy books.

I plan to make a massive battle scene this weekend featuring Averial Evles (Winged) fighting a dragon! I hope you will check them out.

Thanks again for the comment

by Lotus253 Homepage »

Apr 21, 2010 5:47:11 pm
Very nice work! Love the subject matter and your treatment of it. Costumes are outstanding and so is the action. Would certainly love to see more of this genre. Thanks for sharing.

by DaveTuck Homepage »

Apr 21, 2010 10:59:35 pm
Stunning and realistic!

by lior Homepage »

Aug 7, 2010 9:33:05 pm
It's obvious that lots of work went into this, but I wonder if a little more might improve the look a lot--specifically posing the figures in more active modes. Too many of them seem to be standing still rather than moving, and those that are moving still look pretty static.

by JayBeeZee Homepage »

Aug 12, 2010 2:11:07 pm
I can see that an incredible amount of work went into this picture. Great job on this very ambitious scene.

by Seaview123 Homepage »

Sep 18, 2010 9:25:35 pm
Yes THIS IS EPIC! Wow took a lot of time for this. NICE. :)

by ezh12081 Homepage »

Jun 15, 2012 7:27:39 am
Gasp. Did a couple of these "layered mass-scenes" in my Blasphemous Bitches comic, so I know how labour intensive this is, but I never made something THIS epic :)

by DVanHove Homepage »


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