Breakfast Nook by lemonjim ()
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Just a place for an early breakfast. In a pinch, the image could be changed for brunch, lunch or dinner.
Started with a flowers photo, which became a painting, then a transparent lattice, which got duplicated 3ice, subtracted and then intersected to make the left panel. It's also at the top left as a flat painting and on the floor 3ice with some 10% reflection and 100% transparency. The spiral stair is ignorant of the floor, but that just adds to the surrealism. Note you can see 5 of the 6 hanging lights, which provide light in the scene as well as 3 wicked outside spotlights which shine thru, reflect and so forth. Thanks to www.animax.it for the stone! got all that?
Thanks for shining in!
Image Comments (22)
woodhurst () 10:38PM | Mon, 16 June 2003
wow! excellent idea and the reflections are perfect. eating breakfast there would rock.
Tanialmeida () 12:31AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
aaaaaahhhhhhhhh what a better way to start the day! U are amazing, thank U so much 4 shining in the gallery ;0]
gallimel () 1:08AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
it's beautiful, reminds me of those 1700 decorations in Royal Palaces of Europe so well :) They used carpets and glasses and paints to make the rooms exactly like this one.. I wonder what they would have done having Bryce ;)
alvinylaya () 1:31AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
You come up with the most awesome combo of brilliant stuff! Brilliant work!!!
garyandcatherine () 1:49AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
This is soooo cool. Very surreal idea and brilliant assembly. Excellent Job!
coolj001 () 3:38AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
Very cool work, thanks for sharing how you did this, and looks like a nice place for any meal.
Doublecrash () 6:12AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
Spectacular and brilliant. You're a living tutorial, man :) Wonderful work and explanation. Welcome again to my favs :)
SylvieB92 () 7:20AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
I love that! Strange and artistic comporsition, very beautiful colors.
frndofyaweh () 7:45AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
Stunning!!! Looks as though, I could dip my finger in and make some ripples.
Trouble () Online Now! 7:55AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
The floral perfum is wonderful, great eating spot!
keeba17 () 8:47AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
wow this looks fantastic, a nice dazzling array of colours mixed well with your brilliant modelling. you get my vote :)
tricksta () 9:51AM | Tue, 17 June 2003
Wow this is awesome! Fantastic work and great choice of image!!!
Rochr () 12:41PM | Tue, 17 June 2003
Now, thats a colorful room and one to enjoy just as much as the breakfast. (Vegetarian?) As always, a surreal, unique and excellent piece of architecture, Lemonjim Style!!! :)
Incarnadine () 12:57PM | Tue, 17 June 2003
Wow! This is fun! Would love to see this really built. (grin)
orbital () 2:43PM | Tue, 17 June 2003
Beautiful stuff, would be amazing to see designed in real life.
TheVelvetFoxx () 1:52AM | Wed, 18 June 2003
Absolutely super job! Love the reflective quality. That plant in the foreground looks real! Truly, Jim, your work just keeps getting better and better!!!
lemonjim () 3:04AM | Wed, 18 June 2003
Thank you one and all for your comments. What a blast. I had fun making this, and your comments are my best rewards. My own preference being veggie [with the appropriate cynical sneer] I can only quote, according to a British King Henry VIII. "Breakfast ,without oysters, would be nothing less than uncivilized." Yaw, granola suits me, just fine.
Lynxie () 11:15AM | Wed, 18 June 2003
Wow, beautfiul. Sounds like you put a lot of time and effort into this. It's truly worth it.