Perilous Voyage by max- ()
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This is a prequel to my last post.
Note: When I got the idea for this iceberg scene I thought it was going to be real easy to do... just a bunch of white rocks... , but I had a really hard time matching all the textures and lighting to make it look not so awful, and I'm still not satisfied with it. Some scenes are just harder to do than they look... oh well. I guess I bit off more than I could chew.
Bryce 6.1, Warraok Kitt from Daz, and a bit of Paint shop Pro 9.
Image Comments (40)
ArtByMel () 3:08PM | Tue, 03 April 2007
HA! First one. The ocean looks excellent, that water looks oh so real. It really truly looks fantastic, and the ice does not look all that bad either. Better than a lot of others that I have seen. Overall, damn fine work.
eyeland () 4:42PM | Tue, 03 April 2007
I think this came out spectacularly well. It has a very crisp, hyper-realistic feel to it, but also a sense of tranquility - reminds me a little of Caspar David Friedrich. Why beat yourself up trying to manipulate a piece of software into re-creating your mental image of the real world? Rather than biting off more than you could chew, I'd say you cooked up something better than your original recipe...
krickerd () 7:07PM | Tue, 03 April 2007
Excellent! I liked how the shape of the icebergs turned out.
ysvry () 7:46PM | Tue, 03 April 2007
great pic,the icebergs are ok now cocentrate on the ship for a trip to the poles it looks a bit too clean add some dirt to the hull and sails to make it more weatherd. just my 2 cnts
geirla () 9:05PM | Tue, 03 April 2007
Looks pretty damn good to me. Great ocean. And the ice looks might fine to me.
zescanner () 10:28PM | Tue, 03 April 2007
I'm not sure how this didn't live up to your expectations but it looks awesomely incredible to me! Great scale!
Burpee () 10:43PM | Tue, 03 April 2007
Wow, you are really creating some great work here lately. Awesome!
castaneda () 12:09AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
You don't get better without taking risks. This is fantastic. The rocks are excellent. If there is something missing, then I just can not put my finger on it. Very convincing piece. Bravo
aliensprog () 12:12AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
Awesome stuff!!! It is harder than it looks for sure. You did a great job here!!!!!
squirrel2005 () 3:34AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW! Woooonderful Bryce work indeed!!!!! Excellent image!
cshark () 6:17AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
Water, ice and the ship all look great. Can't see anything to improve; well done!
gmvgmvgmv () 7:18AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
This arctic motif is fast becoming my favorite. The texture work is simply wonderful as is the composition overall. Very nice work - AGAIN!
decadence () 7:40AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
Looks good but I think one might see foam and turbulence on each of the floating icesheets and especially around the iceburgs. A little post work would help with that.
A_ () 8:21AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
the first thing i thought was "wow, the icebergs are excellent." :)
aqeel_a_syed () 9:59AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
I have to say the quality of this image and render is almost equal to professional production classics such as Ice Age and Happy Feet. Quite briliant. Onto my favourites list.
superza () 10:46AM | Wed, 04 April 2007
Great Ice and pano depth! I dont know a lot the Bryce potential, btw this one Looks to me an awesome render!!