Companion image to Night
Skyland and Futuristic city from C3D. Rendered in Vue 8.4 Infinite, post work and signature in Photoshop CS3.
As always, thanks for visiting. Cool off in the pool before the shuttle arrives to take you to the city - swimming costumes are not compulsory.
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Nov 5, 2010 3:15:47 amby anahata.c Homepage »
well now I get to see what surrounded that "night" city, and what I missed in the darkness. And where the waterfall came from. And we get to see those swooping rock formations much more clearly. If you were a photographer, I'd say you have a major eye for dramatic pov's; and the fact that you created this from models & scratch in Vue is all the more impressive. You have a photographic eye inside of you, cinematic & still. A fine dramatic pov, the city glows through all the formations around it, the waterfall cuts right in front of everything, and the rocks on the right are lit and let us see all that's going on in their surface---the sedimentary layers, the trees (reminding us of the size of this thing), and what's presumable the lichen & mold, etc, that grows on them. And---linearly---the clouds move on a diagonal to the left just as the large rock moves on a diagonal to the right. Even the edge of the ship-front cuts in a way that makes us think we're looking at two shots of the ship superimposed over each other (when in fact it's the same ship). Fine work with perspective, angles and linear music. Your eye was placed at water level...I can't imagine what kind of design-work this takes to set up (and frankly I get a headache thinking about it: I assume this takes planning & real thought. Really fine, Craig. A fine photographic piece in Vue.