Leeudoringstad, the South African town I stay in, is not only centre to the wealth in fauna and flora, but also agriculture and minerals like gold & uranium to the east and diamonds to the west. The former is embodied in the statue representing a golden man with a pick and a bronze lady holding corn cobs. The 3D was meant to give a stronger perspective, nothing more.
Edit: Study the tutorial and refer to the illustration how the railroad photograph was cut up and assembled. Good luck!
I plan to cover the diamond mining in future. Ladies can place their orders for diamonds at the address... Kidding! You wish!
Thank you for (fun) comments and visits to '3D "Training" for Ray':
Mar 1, 2007 4:14:29 pmby rainbows Homepage »
Its a cracker, Oom!!! Superb work in every way, good on you :-) Love your gray background too, it accentuates the brighter figures. My brother worked in the diamond mines in SA.. Never brought us any free samples home. Good job I have Sir D, to buy them for me, hey.... Hugs Piet. Di.