Silent Spring by czarnyrobert ()
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May 16th, 2009 - Malopolska - Southern Poland - Mid size ship carrier hovers over Wierzbanowa village - reconnaissance teams onboard of several small multipurpose scout ships are about to directly examine Earth's life forms and check closely the spot that was chosen for settlement of first colony base.
Scout Ships levitate thanks to antigravitational field generators. If you look on right corner, you may notice how ship generated force field interacts with environment - it lays down rye plants while ship approaches the ground - the filed force rises gradually and close to the fuselage it is hard as the steel although remains invisible - this phenomena is the reason why ships shapes are not very aerodynamic - aerodynamic of the hull does not matter, as it is completely sheltered by force filed.
Scene was made with Vue 5 Infinite - if you want to know more about making of this scene, check my website - section SCENES - there is detailled and illustrated article about "Making of Silent Spring"
A P P E A L ! ! !
Guys (& Ladies ;-) ), look at the artistic level of Renderoisity galleries, and go on CGTalk and compare both galleries - OK pros are on CGTalk and amateurs on Renderosity, but we are all responsible for the look and artistic form of this place - be more inventive, be more exigent and critical towards your creations and those post by others.
Maybe some of you think that it is "politically correct" to post lame renders and require only "excellent" ranks and post comments dipping from hollow superlatives...
Doing this, we kill the artistic level of this gallery, we chase valuable artist from here.
Don't let Renderosity became a place for lame kitsch
Each of us can do better, can work harder on its pictures before posting them.
I play with Vue since 3 years, I have almost no other experience with graphics, never studied art - I am chemistry engineer - and Pole (my nation is known worldwide for its diligence, precision and invention ;-) just joking)
I can not do a nice picture in 15 minutes - nobody can - it is impossible - so I don't post 1000 same lame quality pictures.
Let's try to prepare something that can really impress someone and I post it when we feel that we've done everything possible.
Lets all be responsible for THE ART!
May the imagination & creativity be with you!
Image Comments (271)
Absolutely awesome image. I'm trying to create some 3D models and I know how difficult it has been creating those wonderful starships. I can't even do a proper spear! 8-) Everything on it is perfect, the starships, the cars and trucks, the houses... and there's even road signs. One of the most complete images I've ever seen. Extra-excellent. Vote.
Well, as usual incredible quality. This is a great image, I love the mix of modern and old, even that the industrial part of the city is far away. The trees and forest mix is also excellent, very well detailed and everything feels that falls in place easily, with the just amount of ramdom and precise placed flora. I love the new capital ship, but I wish you used another model for the small ships, still, is fantastic. Great work m8, please keep them comming. Cheers, Hermond.
Robert, this is absolutely amazing. The composition and beauty of this image from the houses to the fields, crops, street signs and factories, space ships, etc (!!!) is truly magnificient!!! A huge vote and wishing I could give you a hundred for this!
Of course this is stunning work as all your pictures are! What thrills me most however is the huge number of objects you have in this scene. My Vue 5 already strugggles with much less, Vue 5 Infinite muts have a totally revised memory management... Must vote now!!