Woodsod Vale by sittingblue ()
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Vue 5i / PSP 8.1
I merged three renders with this one. Between the three scenes, there's 800 million polygons. I also did a bit more postwork than I usually do.
Happy renderings. - Charles
Bridge - Baument - www.baument.com
Buck & Horse - DAZ3D
People - Poser 5
Temple - Nils Henrik Hannaas (Baldiman)
Woodcutter, guardhouse, and Inn - Chikako Hatanaka
Castle - Kaol
Image Comments (76)
petemohr () 12:53PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
wow, which marvellous landscape! the abundance of different details is incredible, so as the whole picture. excellent done! :)V
Djeser () 1:01PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
Holy cow, Charles; wonderful mix between realism and a fairytale; I agree, this is superb stuff!
Traligill () 1:34PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
fel proud, feel very proud!!!! excellent work and it is gorgeous as well:)!!
gillbrooks () 2:25PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
It's not how you get there, it's the end result that counts and this is beeeeeeeeeeautiful!
Digimon () 2:50PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
Magical and breath-taking!! Easily the best Vue image I have seen to date! Bravo!!
Samhain74 () 3:08PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
Grandious! I could never get this kind of depth in Vue,no matter how hard i tried.Damn fine job on this image,the merge is impossible for me to detect.I am sure you know where it all is though:D
CarolSassy () 3:46PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
This looks like a photo! What a peaceful, lovely place! Awesome 'n' excellent work! V (:
bobbystahr () 4:58PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
Well done Charles, there's always a way with MultiPass, have you tried the Vue native process...I only have a demo and a slow machine so I doubt i could access it but am curious as Infinite is in my sights if not range yet, or is that how this was done. I do it often in Imagine3D as it really speeds things up with complex scenes.
Irish () 5:32PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
MAGNIFICENT!!! Such a beautiful scene, full of wonderful details and beautiful colours and mist. Bravo!!!
SQS () 5:56PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
Wonderful!! The colours and the atmosphere especially perfect. Well done ~V~
Trouble () 6:18PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
wow 3 separate renders, how excellent. I love the mood, colors and all the details. This has got to be my favorite from you to date. :)
garyandcatherine () 6:30PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
Speechless. Incredible work. VOTE and I am adding this to my fav images.
dcarvell () 6:41PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
Where to begin? POV, Depth, composition, atmosphere - all great! This is great inspiration for a struggling Bryce user.
Vertecles () 6:42PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
Awesome work. The pathways look excellent. Wouls be nice from another angle as well? "V"
jocko500 () 8:58PM | Tue, 17 January 2006
so real looking . super I love the depth and the subjuct too
Umbetro38 () 12:58AM | Wed, 18 January 2006
More than excellent - so many Details I see - what a wonderfull place