Egyptian City by adrian3Dart ()
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It's been awhile since my last post. Visit my gallery for my 3D artworks. Building modeled in Bryce 5 only. Poser Camels exported as OBJ & imported to Bryce with a real camel photo texture created by me. Textures are from different websites.
Built & rendered in Bryce 5. Rendering time 3h 10min at 2000 x 1399 pixels. Bryce document size 197MB. Signature and sharpening image in postwork.
All the objects are 3D models that you can find them from Palm Trees by Alvin Ylaya, Hatsepshut Ship by Helmut Schaub, Market by Rodluc, Camel Calf by Chris Cox, Fish by Toucan, Egyptian Gate by Max-Realms, Pier by Atomic Anvil. Thanks very much for your stuff. (Some objects with a new texturing created by me).
Thanks for viewing and all comments are appreciative. Have a great relaxing day everyone!
Image Comments (52)
bkhook () 10:19AM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Wow... This is excellent! Your thumb does not do this justice... I guess I'm going to have to visit the rest of your gallery. V
RajRaja () 10:25AM | Fri, 02 December 2005
very lively image ! very meticuously laid out structures ! fitting texture !
Digimon () 10:26AM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Superb scene creation! The details are fabulous! Love the camel poses, the market wares and all the textures!! Most excellent!!
mixitupboi () 11:04AM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Your off to a nice start historically its incorrect in many ways . . . but the "flavor" of an middle eastern city is kind of there. The ship is nicely done however. The walls are far from Egyptian in nature and Egyptian cities were for the most part un-walled the temple complexes were. Their buildings were white washed and the roof tops were used as kitchens in almost all houses even the rich.
tempest967 () 12:55PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
First off, welcome back Adrian, and what a great composition. Very well detailed, as usual, and a great sense of scale. Bravo. v
zfigure7 () 1:51PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Now this brings us back to the that ancient magical time. Hey, are they all gone to siesta that early...haha. Welcome back to your ingenious creativity!!
adrian3Dart () 2:02PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
First thanks so much to all you for viewing and commenting... it is greatly appreciated! Zfigure7: hehe good! :) If I add one more model to this 197MB Bryce doc it will not open! ;(
Steeleyes101 () 2:38PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Beyond words .. What you are doing here is truely a wonderful creation of historical art and visual beauty. Hats off to you for the Outstanding work
Li-An () 2:43PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Impressive work! Like very much the buildings and the perspective for this 'pharaonic time'.
Burpee () 3:50PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
What an amazing point of view here! Thank you for not having the boat sitting up on the water :D This is fantastic!!!
jrcejaspulido () 4:19PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Fantastic composition plenty of details. Great work.
CATMANDO () 5:27PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Great details Adrain. You pushed to the limit on this one I see.
Sue88 () 8:35PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
Nice scene! I love ancient Egypt so it's fun to see a picture like this. I like all those details you put in. :)
cornelp () 8:43PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
I like this, sure feels like U are part of the image. Love the details and design/layout, Very very well done, love the buildings. -V-
Malstorm () 9:25PM | Fri, 02 December 2005
oh i havent seen your work in ages...good to see you post again...i also like how well you get your lighting. the modeling is really neat as is the textures and scene its self...super work and ~V~
1010 () 5:43AM | Sat, 03 December 2005
A really detailed image. I can't imagine all the work that went into this. Excellent!!! V
TheBryster () 6:06AM | Sat, 03 December 2005
A well composed piece but lacking in a couple of areas. The palm trees are too much alike although I can see you did try to vary them and of course there are no people about. 197mb file is not that big for Bryce so unless you have an underspec machine I think you could add at least a couple of charecters. Nicely done so far....
matasabu () 6:07AM | Sat, 03 December 2005
I was waiting for your new work for a long time. This is wonderful work. Excellent detail,arrangement,compo. Thank you for amusing me. o||:o)
MOOOW () 8:57AM | Sat, 03 December 2005
Amazing modeling my friend beautifully done you are very talented artist!!V
tony_br22 () 10:22AM | Sat, 03 December 2005
Cool to see you back my friend (you seem to have been away just as long as me from Renderosity :-) As always, wery detailed and high quality work.. with the difficulties you describe you maybe should consider converting to another 3d application? I would love to see this scene setup and rendered eg. with 3ds max. Excellent stuff