Hannibal's Scout Crossing The Alps by diomedes66 ()
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M3 with Hoplite Pak from DAZ3d, Background taken 2 days ago, composite image rendered in DAZ Studio.
Thank you all for taking your time to view my artistic scribblings. Your comments and suggestions are not only deeply appriciated but valued highly.
Image Comments (21)
crocodilian () 12:12AM | Tue, 11 January 2005
This is a great idea, but the lighting isn't working to tie the character into the landscape. This is an IDEAL scene for Image Based Lighting, particulary HDR lighting. Poser 5 supports lightprobes, though I don't know about Daz studio. This is a great scene to experiment with, and snow scenes are fascinating lighting scenarios, because so much light comes up from the ground as reflection
mari_e17 () 12:58AM | Tue, 11 January 2005
Wonderful composition!!!!!! Fantastic lighting!!!! Excellent work!!!
Digitell () 7:30AM | Tue, 11 January 2005
WOW! Wonderul composition you have created here! The scenery is beautiful! Very creative idea! VOTE!!
Petra-S () 3:33PM | Tue, 11 January 2005
Nice scene and combination, brilliant textur, light and background!
webshadow () 6:09PM | Tue, 11 January 2005
Fantastic blending!!!! Wow, what a scene. Love how you got his feet in the snow. Great attention to detail. The whole scene works very well... nice perspective, and that sure is a lovely background shot. Yet another wonderfully magestic scene from you. Suprub work. v
jocko500 () 9:46PM | Tue, 11 January 2005
super job love it and watch out the roman army [of coase he is that his job lol] real good
TwoPynts () 9:00AM | Wed, 12 January 2005
This scout needs some warmer duds! Great concept and execution!
Hawke () 4:04PM | Wed, 12 January 2005
Brrr - that metal must be pretty darn cold :P Great idea, and a wonderful background image - you obviously live somewhere v beautiful - unlike me :( Nice job integrating the character with the snow as well, the lighting isn't perfect but it's v close. Excellent image all round :)
NODROG69 () 1:18PM | Thu, 13 January 2005
Love the way you've incorporated him into the background ~ he really seems to belong there. Excellent work. vote
logiloglu () 5:17PM | Thu, 13 January 2005
excellent realism. a wonderful scene. !!!!!!!!! #:O) !!!!!!!!
Beemer () 9:36PM | Thu, 13 January 2005
Extraordinary history being conveyed here! Yes to the comments on blending the character a little bit more. I found some easier methods for us beginners to use besides trying to get the lighting as right as possible, is to make the figure a bit smaller and cover the whole thing with mist or fog.
zoren () 11:13AM | Fri, 14 January 2005
shadows, light reflective surfaces between character and background might be more intergrated ... nice composition!