Cold Mountains by Djeser ()
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Real original title, lol...just fiddling around
with terrains and trying to make some realistic
mountains. No post.
thanks for peeking!
Image Comments (15)
butterfly_fish () 4:06AM | Sun, 20 November 2005
Cold is right! shiver Nice texture on the mountains, and I really like the fog effect! :-)
wabe () 4:18AM | Sun, 20 November 2005
Yeah, winter is coming. I love the texture indeed, but the composition with the few trees and lake makes it special. Klasse.
bruno021 () 4:45AM | Sun, 20 November 2005
Great POV, these mountains are huge! Great atmospheric effects too.
Irish () 7:28AM | Sun, 20 November 2005
Well, it won't be a place I'd want to visit :) Excellent texturing on the mountains and the atmosphere drips with coldness!! Bravo!!
SQS () 8:49AM | Sun, 20 November 2005
AWESOME! Agree with all that the texture is fantastic. The atmosphere and the trees are a perfect addition!~V~
lingrif () 9:35AM | Sun, 20 November 2005
Wonderful texturing work! The trees and lake really emphasize the scale. Excellent image
LitoNico () 2:04PM | Sun, 20 November 2005
Nice clouds! Great sence of scale, and the grey sky really adds to the cold effect. Not to happy about those trees, though.
Blush () 4:48PM | Sun, 20 November 2005
They do look chilly and cold Great title I think and I got up a new one grin This gets my Vote Hugs Susan~
FrenchKiss () 1:19AM | Mon, 21 November 2005
Looks great! I love the addition of the little trees to give it a sense of scale.
romanceworks () 10:30AM | Tue, 22 November 2005
Burrrrrrr! Makes me want to go get a hot chocolate.:o) Those pine trees really add to this scene. CC
Lyne () 9:15PM | Tue, 22 November 2005
Outstanding and I think it looks very real...I was on a mountian top looking at something very similar in the state of Washington years ago...