#4745: Word gets around fast! Fans everywhere! by Radar_rad-dudeOpen full image in new tab
Wolfenshire 11:51PM | Tue, 26 July 2022
He looks more like Frankie Avalon than Elvis. Brilliant scene and well done.
Radar_rad-dude 1:10AM | Wed, 27 July 2022
Yeah! He does, doesn't he! Well, I tried! LOL! Many thanks for the observation, my friend! Greatly appreciated! Come to think of it, I think Frankie was capable of drawing crowds too in his prime!
mifdesign 5:44AM | Wed, 27 July 2022
The King had the whole world for fans and you crammed a lot to suggest it. Wonderful composition, great atmosphere, excellent polarized poses, great environment and lighting, brilliant render. Exquisite Artwork. I love it!
styletx 10:31AM | Wed, 27 July 2022
Your group scenes are always amazing. I like the blue Caddy behind the fans. Beautiful composition and POV here as well.
madame 11:26AM | Wed, 27 July 2022
Wow, super image, I especially like the colorful crowd and the beautiful environment.... great work !!
OmniFX 8:38PM | Wed, 27 July 2022
Excellent looking scene, all that is missing is the paparazzi. They are missing out on a great opportunity. Fine job!
STEVIEUKWONDER 8:58AM | Thu, 28 July 2022
Looks a great deal like Alvin Stardust who I knew very well!
UteBigSmile 7:18AM | Sun, 31 July 2022
This new image looks as always very well done! I wish you a nice Sunday and a great new Week!
Richardphotos 6:23AM | Tue, 02 August 2022
my high school auto mechanics teacher had a 57 Mark 4 Lincoln. he was 6'6' tall and over 500 pounds. he had the drivers seat moved back to accommodate his size. He was a terrific teacher.
you are the king of large scenes. impressive work as always
MollyFootman 5:14PM | Thu, 01 September 2022
This is a lot of fun and I like the addition of the two guys in black who are evidently security guards. The Lo Poly people are a bit creepy here, especially the security guards (lacking facial features is well... O.O). I'm thinking when you use them as a crowd they are most effective from a bit more distance. You've inspired me to look into them, though. I assume they have been imported into Poser from material available at Sketch Fab or CG Trader or another of those places. =)
Thanks for sharing, I have been enjoying viewing.