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daggerwilldo 4:43PM | Fri, 12 November 2010
Those eyes add a really cool fx. A lovely render indeed. Sorry to here about VUE 8. It can be temperamental for sure. I hope the folks at eon or cornucopia can give you some hints. Also, email me when you want and I will try to help. I have installed , reinstalled, and deleted about a 1000 times now.
stephaniebt 5:53PM | Fri, 12 November 2010
The bigger version really shows the wonderful atmospherics and the eerie lit up eyes -- nice effects!
Shari123 6:38PM | Fri, 12 November 2010
Those glowing eyes are really creepy! I love it! Outstanding work Irene!
Cimaira 11:43PM | Fri, 12 November 2010
Fantastic, very spooky eyes! Love the atmosphere and lighting.
Traligill 6:56PM | Sun, 21 November 2010
sorry about your computer problems. There is a real sense of eeriness in this image. The eyes on the donkey?/horse a great touch.
aerrynn 12:55AM | Mon, 22 November 2010
These glowing eyes are really effectful for a creepy scene. Great idea!
Kindredsoul 10:57AM | Sat, 27 November 2010
nice work excellent!! Great to see halloween type images again, actually becuase it is my favorite holiday and I still dont want that to be over yet, lol.
jgkane 3:32PM | Sun, 28 November 2010
Scary.. Nice POV and mood in this one, my friend. It reminds me of a Celtic folk tale or two, or maybe the WITCH WORLD series of teen fantasy books, by the late, great Andre Norton. I agree with your comment. I found that I liked Vue 6 Infinite best. I went down to Vue 8 Complete, and even tried Frontier and Esprit, but with Vue 9 Complete, the program itself disabled a few things, having decided that my PC, with a, ATI HD 5670 graphics card just wasn't up to scratch. While Vue 8 expected too much of my machine, so I just rendered small and used Photo Zoom 3 to blow the images up, or rendered simply, concentrating on composition, and using ecologies sparingly, now Vue 9 Complete works a bit faster, and I've not had a problem with it at all. I prefer setting up landscapes of the Long Isles, and sometimes folk think that they are photographs, from the thumbnail. I use them on the outsides of many of my greetings cards for family and friends. Warm regards, well maybe -4C, from a snow bound Glasgow, Scotland, John.
Umbetro38 12:47AM | Mon, 29 November 2010
The picture looks very beautiful and I wish you a good start to the week
ToniDunlap 12:48PM | Tue, 30 November 2010
I like the light on the leaves. Mostly the eyes of the animal there in the darkness! Cool!
EdKline 4:30PM | Tue, 30 November 2010
A dark,beautiful scene! Sorry to hear Vue8 locking up on you. Mine does too. I just need more ram.