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Made in 3ds Max, rendered with Vray, postwork in Photoshop.

A philosophical essay on this image can be found on my blog: Philosophy & Art

Alternate shots with more detail can be found here and here

Comments and critique are welcome.

Thanks for looking!
October 5, 2008
3D Studio Max
Still Life
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Oct 5, 2008 10:57:08 am
Great work. Very good modelling and render.

by ragouc Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 11:04:54 am
Master's work.
Marvelously very illuminated and with a fantastic texture with great realism.

by Thandaluz Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 11:05:57 am
Really great work!

by lyron Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 11:09:46 am
This image says a-lot about you!!!

by Fidelity2 Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 11:21:57 am
wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww outstandinggggggggggg 5+++++++++++

by architect_maram Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 11:37:59 am
Absolutely Awesome!!!

by Ravyns Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 11:56:04 am
Excellent ambience. It feels like a real place, full of life and interesting history.

by Mayliah Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 12:05:18 pm
Stunning realism!

by FunkyShaman Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 12:08:10 pm
i agree, and the richness of detail is outstanding.

by wingnut55 Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 12:16:52 pm
Very detailed. Absolutely fine art.

by Roger60 Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 12:42:25 pm
Woooow !! Love it - excellent work and detail.


by TuranMirza Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 12:57:31 pm
Long time no see! A fantastic piece of work!

by kenwas Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 1:05:11 pm
Impressive scene! I'm glad I read your essay because I hadn't noticed the bed or even the "invisible" sign. I found the essay very interesting too. Now, I'm wondering, and maybe I shouldn't after reading you, I notice the "Free water" sign and that the goods of the store are very close to the bed of the invisible. Very accessible and tempting to the invisible. I gather that you either want to break that barrier between the haves and have-nots or extend your trust. Plus it's surprising that the bed is in that open area, close to the store and the goods even if cut from the area behind the gate, it's not completely in an isolated area. Now I'm philosophing too hehe Excellent work!

by louly Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 1:12:36 pm
this is really good love it all around great render*********************************************************************************************************

by bcrathburn Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 1:15:52 pm
The detail, lighting and textures and sublime! FANTASTIC!

by stevey3d Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 1:23:42 pm
Outstanding work on this. 5+++++

by yorkshire_pud Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 2:15:33 pm
Delicious visual! 3ds Max leads & this is a fine example.

by Ompong Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 2:46:36 pm
Great composition mind most excellent attention to detail. Such a well thought out scene, so lived in and realistic. Outstanding work on this.

by alltheoriginalnames Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 2:50:14 pm
Magnifique :-)

by pmermino Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 3:31:08 pm
Thanks for your comments everyone.

@louly: I'm glad you liked the essay. Yes, the message I was going for is breaking down the barriers between the haves and have-nots as well as extending trust. I've put a link up to a couple of close-up images where you can see the details better.

by esper77 Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 4:22:15 pm
Really impressive work, excellent! :)

by Anain Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 6:54:54 pm
impressive modeling, gorgeous textures and light, and so wonderfully original. a beautiful piece.

by Shiroyama Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 9:13:03 pm
Amazing detail & Texturework

by Django Homepage »

Oct 5, 2008 11:29:43 pm
Wow... holy.. that is an awesome piece of work.. What a texture job, this must of took forever.. I checked out that wire frame ver.. wow.. how did u keep everything straight..

by Rockdog Homepage »

Oct 6, 2008 12:47:08 am
Fantastic imave! I really liked looking at your other views and reading through your most interesting essay about this. The textures and composition are all perfect. I just love it!

by FrenchKiss Homepage »


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