Dark Port by lemonjim ()
Bryce posted on Dec 23, 2002
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A protected port with a private slip for the king's sailboat.
Another experiment with lattice objects. The wall is a sandwich of four layers. The clouds use Roobol's "semitransparent lattice" trick on real clouds, from my own photo. The texture is from animat.it, thanks animax!
Thanks for vewing, and for your comments! See you early 2003!
Image Comments (12)
CarloTraversi () 11:43AM | Mon, 23 December 2002
Excellent architecture and lights. I really love it. Happy Holidays :o)
Chrisisz () 12:00PM | Mon, 23 December 2002
Real nice feeling to this image, good texturing. All the best wishes! ~Chris
spawn00x () 12:18PM | Mon, 23 December 2002
I like it. It reminds me of the game Nightmare Creatures.
SylvieB92 () 12:33PM | Mon, 23 December 2002
What a splendid modeling Jim! Happy Christmas to you:):)
Rochr () 5:14PM | Mon, 23 December 2002
I just love your architectural design Jim! Wish we could see more buildings like these in real life! I still say, yould make a great architect!
roobol () 3:42AM | Tue, 24 December 2002
I didn't even have to look at the name to recognise the artist. Your style is very personal and unique, excellent and a vote :-)
Doublecrash () 7:59PM | Tue, 24 December 2002
Agree with roobol: now I recognize your images even from the thumbs. And this one is really special, I vote it too for Hot20. (This is just to say that excellent, sometimes, is not enough.)
ocddoug () 11:57PM | Sun, 29 December 2002
I too can spot your works via the thumbs. You've come up with an original and spectacular style. I love the mood of this and the lattice-ing. Well done!!
Elsina () 12:31PM | Sat, 04 January 2003
Great render! Love the mood set by the textures and lighting and great modelling! Happy New Year to you too!