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Nautilus explores

Poser SteamPunk posted on May 19, 2023
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Description


The captain watched from the bridge and his guests watched from the salon window as the divers departed. The Nautilus held station over ruins that might mark legendary Atlantis. Molly's art notes: Set up and rendered with Poser 13.0.296 and tweaked for noise reduction, exposure and spectral bloom in the Superfly Cycles X rendering engine. Taken into Photoshop for further tweaking for very subtle vignette and increased sharpness. Content features the MJ Nautilus and deep sea divers by Cybertenko and landscape (under seascape?) components by Shaaramuse3D. I continue to struggle with getting a feeling of being underwater that satisfies me. 🙄 There is another picture of this version of Captain Nemo's Nautilus here: Nautilus comes under fire

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Comments (10)


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UteBigSmile

3:46AM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Good morning Molly, I was just online and wanted to see what you're doing, you're back at the diving station, hope you don't run out of oxygen (you've created a great underwater graphic here)!😊👍

MollyFootman

10:03AM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Thank you, Ute. I like Cybertenko's take on Jules Verne's Nautilus. I'm grateful for the supportive comment!

Molly

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bakapo

7:29AM | Sat, 20 May 2023

I think your underwater look is very good. The color is right and the shadow on the ground is good and so is the surface water. This really looks good!

MollyFootman

10:04AM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Your encouragement and assessment is GREATLY appreciated, Barb. I'm not sure I have the sense of "murkiness" quite right but I didn't want to obscure this wonderful content! =)

Molly

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jdwtrxk

8:13AM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Well done Mollz - you know where to find the good assets and use them well. I like the water being shallow as it allows the details of the scene to be visible and too my limited knowledge makes sense as some of the potential sites are in subtropical shallows or shelves.

The navigation, interior and spot lights look great.

MollyFootman

10:08AM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Thank you, JD! Your generous assessment and encouragement are very much appreciated! The clarity and shallowness of the ocean at this point might not be entirely realistic but it IS plausible, as you say, and I hate to go truly deep and murky and obscure wonderful content by Cybertenko and Shaaramuse3D. =)

Molly

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ksmith3620

8:40AM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Well done and the scene looks good to me.

MollyFootman

10:09AM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Thank you so much for the validation and encouragement, my dear! I really appreciate it! =)

Molly

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Radar_rad-dude

1:29PM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Marvelous underwater scene, Molly! A very excellent and professional work! Many fine praises from me!

MollyFootman

2:42PM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Thank you, my dear. I love the oddball stuff that Cybertenko makes and I particularly like Victorian Steampunk stuff like this submarine. I'm still improving my ability to do underwater scenes and I let this one be a bit lighter and less murky than is strictly realistic because I wanted to see things clearly. Oh... the dilemma! To be real or to be easy to see? ;-)

Molly

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uncollared

4:49PM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Awesome job on the underwater feel

MollyFootman

4:52PM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Thank you! I've been working hard on improving that. Your kind comment makes me feel like I'm getting somewhere with it! XD

Molly

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ksmith3620

4:56PM | Sat, 20 May 2023

Remember, water clarity is subjective to environmental conditions. I've dove in ocean water that was crystal clear for over 100', down in Roatan, Honduras. The biggest things/details that go first in water are colors and the amount of light available. It's always hard when trying to balance seeing the image and what reality may be. The details are what help with portraying what environment the subjects are in. We all want to do the best we can and that is what helps us strive to do our best. You did a really good job with the balance and the scene details drive home the believability.

MollyFootman

9:29PM | Sat, 20 May 2023

That's so very helpful. I've very little experience underwater; mostly swimming pools. XD I know what photographs of reefs and wrecks and such look like and I try to imitate that but often it seems to me I'm not quite getting it. Your encouragement means a great deal to me as does your experience with how it looks to be submerged! Thank you so very much! <3

Molly

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eekdog Online Now!

4:12PM | Sun, 21 May 2023

Love that vintage sub and old movie style feel. 👌

MollyFootman

9:15AM | Mon, 22 May 2023

Thanks! It's just what I was going for! =)

Molly

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Cybertenko

5:35AM | Tue, 23 May 2023

wonderfull... thats it... thank you.

MollyFootman

9:04AM | Tue, 23 May 2023

You're welcome and thank you! I so appreciate the content you have made available! <3

Molly

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mifdesign

3:19PM | Tue, 23 May 2023

Yessssssssssssss!!! That's ma girl!😊💖🥰
Outstanding brilliant awesome composition and render.
Magnificent Masterpiece of Finest Arts. I love it!

MollyFootman

6:49PM | Tue, 23 May 2023

Thank you, Marius. I am very pleased with how the image came out. =)

Molly


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