Grovan by steve100 ()
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Walking round the pleasant gardens, Hano felt ill with guilt. Running over what had taken place with Hayla earlier, he had failed her dismally. Knowing at a deeper level the right decision had been made, it still did not take away the pain of hurting someone who was so delightful in her ways.
Trying to clear his thoughts, roaming along like a stray kyboe, he crossed a small footbridge spanning a sharp cut in the terrain. Tinkling sounds of the slow moving stream below were not medicinal as he would have preferred. It was warm, with the sun beating away to his right as it descended towards early evening. He had no idea how he was going get through the pressures.
A call from behind alerted him to Tarmon who was heading round to cross the small bridge. Unsure whether he needed company right now, the moody ponderings so far were hardly beneficial, but at least there was no pretence. Watching the slender Tard approach, perhaps his wisdom and patience might be just what was required at this delicate time.
A scene from the coming book, please feel free to comment or leave any tips that might improve it. All done in Bryce, except I used a photo on a lattice for the sky. Characters obviously imported from Poser.
Many thanks for looking,
Image Comments (9)
nice image intriguing storyline :) the image looks slightly foggy /washed out on my monitor i.e the shadows are not black.don't know if this is what you were going for but it makes the female figure almost impossible to spot. (i had to really look for her!) excellent sky work..(again!)
Thanks for the comments about the haze. I was looking for a dusty late afternoon look, and wonder if it is to do with the size of screen (mine is a 17 inch) which is giving it a rather obscure look. This is certainly an area I will investigate, for the images are going to be part of a website eventually. Cheers again anyway, Steve.