Leonardo da Woodi: The Trip(py)tych
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|Leonardo da Woodi (the Elder) was still perplexed that the Pope had ordered a trippy Tych for the "Sane Paul's Cathedral".
Fortunately, Leonardo's hearing deficiency was nicely compensated by acute colour-blindness and blind confidence in ecclesiastical orders. (Whereas those freshly prepared stakes on the cathedral's forecourt were quite motivating, too.)
THIS work here would certainly knock the Pope out of his holy socks and thus send him into the perfect position, to also admire Leonardo's enhanced ceiling fresco. (Author's note: According painting view intentionally withhold here!)
Scene Information and hints:
- Bryce4 scene and render.
- Woody is the Poser4 mannequin figure, though posed and textured in Bryce.
- The room is made of Bryce primitives.
- The triptych images are bryced "Hubisms" from my most recent Deep Texture Editor (DTE) sessions. Just one single-slot texture of a randomly created wild mat, followed by excessive playing with the DTE "Phase type", "Phase mode", "Color Mode" and "Filter" type of its components. -- My kudos to the DTE developers for all these unexpected and unusual possibilities/results! :)
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'It's a Knock-Out!' ... thanks goes to this heavenly creation,
but not by the infamous Leonardo de Caprio - but the other one ;)
sublime touch, Hubert
It would be so cool if the paintings were animated. I assume the ceiling is to follow?
So cool! This works for me. I am famous for lying on the floor to photograph domed ceilings or chandeliers. I have been asked to leave the building more than once. Lovely colors.
Superb scene and humour!!!
Amazing art here, and LOL about the pope and his holy socks (would they also have a holy smell, what do you think ;-)?)
I LIKE THIS WELL DONE
AMAZING CREATION! VERY COOL!
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