Komodo Dragon by BurpeeOpen full image in new tab
JohnnyM 10:59PM | Wed, 10 February 2021
The scene looks great! The Kokomo dragon seems to be taking in the splendid view before him! Excellent work! :-)
Burpee 2:13PM | Thu, 11 February 2021
thanks Johnny, I thought he was wondering why I was following him :)
Jed 2:44PM | Thu, 11 February 2021
Yep. The sand is realistic. Great scene. Dragon is awesome. Nice!
UteBigSmile 1:42PM | Sat, 13 February 2021
Many thank's for visiting my gallery and for all your previous comments. Now I'm visiting yours and I must say that this image is really wonderfulIy done, I wish you a very nice and peaceful evening, take care and stay healthy! (This is a copy-paste comment, unfortunately, there is no other way for me).
adrian3Dart 1:50PM | Sun, 14 February 2021
I like how you positioned the Komodo face/eye to the camera. I can understand what he is saying "stay out of my territory" :)
JoeJarrah 6:04AM | Thu, 18 February 2021
rule of thirds is an approximation at best; golden ratio works better in some situations. In any case the monitor is roughly on the bottom third boundary, and also extends the sight line from the mountain through the right hand dunes, so it it works for me! Nice work
Burpee 11:54AM | Thu, 18 February 2021
Thank you. Getting the composition correct is important to making an image work. In this case the scene was boring so I put the Komodo in the scene. The sand dunes were actually the point of interest (and the purpose of) in the tutorial that I was following when I made this. I got carried away like I always do, lol.
mifdesign 2:28AM | Fri, 19 February 2021
Just outstanding fabulous striking brilliant awesome, magnificent Masterpiece of Finest Arts. Only.
emangl 2:51PM | Fri, 19 February 2021
very fine render - but will the poor guy find some food there?
Burpee 9:40AM | Sat, 20 February 2021
He's headed to the vegetation in the distance. Should be some tasty morsels there :)
KarmaSong 6:05AM | Thu, 04 March 2021
I've always found it difficult to get the right proportion for the objects of a Bryce scene, especially when there's a landscape in the background. You've been more skilled than me here, with this beautiful Bryce desert scene. Congrats 👍