On November 1, 1938 the Match Race of the 20th Century was held at the Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland. The race was between War Admiral, a Triple Crown winner & Seabiscuit, a small horse with a rags-to-riches history, who had become a symbol of hope for many Americans during the Great Depression.
Thanks to Ken Gilliland for his free textures for the Jockey Set, as well as Seabiscuit's Blinkers, I was able to do this render of that momentous event.
If you are uncertain who won this race it was Seabiscuit.
It is exciting to do these racing renders! I hope you are all enjoying them as much as I am enjoying doing them.
Racehorse Tack by Ken Gilliland available at DAZ
Pixel Downs Racetrack by Ken Gilliland available at DAZ
DAZ Horse 2-DAZ 3D with textures by CWRW (Laurie Prindle)
Jockey Set by DAZ 3D, Marieah, Sickleyield at DAZ
Genesis at DAZ
Aaron by Morris at DAZ
Songbird ReMix Flock Formations by Ken Gilliland available at DAZ
Merchant Resource: In The Clouds by Susan Justice (Sveva) at Renderosity
Virtual Forest: 50 Trees by PropMaster at Renderosity
Dec 19, 2012 2:12:48 pmby Kinchie Homepage »
Cracking scene - love the depth/speed effect - great work. I read the book on Seabiscuit and have also wanted to re-create that great moment when he gave him the hairy eyeball and beat WarHorse.- now youve "pipped me at the post" but its fun to see and re-imagine the legands in action like this.