Looking for Dinner by skiwillgee ()
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Just another winter scene. I'm tired of the hot drought we are having in the this area of the USA. This was rendered at 3000 pixels and reduced for the gallery. The shrunken gallery version has too many jaggies. I'm tired of messing with it. Trust me the full sized version looks a lot better.
Have a blessed day
Bryce6, Poser5, PSP for post.
Image Comments (24)
dhama () 2:39AM | Tue, 25 September 2007
Excellent foreground and background balance. Snow looks fairly realistic to.
gmvgmvgmv () 5:38AM | Tue, 25 September 2007
This far above tree line, I doubt that the carnivore is going to have much luck with supper, but it'll enjoy a breathtaking view. Excellent terrain and texture work, as always!
supermarioART () 7:36AM | Tue, 25 September 2007
Wow!!!Incredible realism for a Bryce image!!!How do you get that realistic snow terrain???
Mousson () 4:23PM | Tue, 25 September 2007
Magnifique image, presque entièrement sur un degradé des mêmes couleurs! Belle et impressionante!
skiwillgee () 9:28PM | Tue, 25 September 2007
gmvgmvgmv, Actually this is more plains land that is cover with scrub in the warmer months. Wolves's delicacy is mice and rabbit. He is using his superb sniffer to locate lunch.
SunsetHunter () 5:38AM | Thu, 27 September 2007
Well, even at low resolution it looks stunning!! Excellent work on the terrain and material - highly realistic. The wolf is real nice touch as well. Impressive!
Burpee () Online Now! 10:04AM | Sun, 30 September 2007
Gorgeous terrain and really 'wow' in the big version.
Druidstorm () 2:15AM | Mon, 01 October 2007
The wolf is such a wonderful animal and wow its surroundings are so-so beautiful. Well done my friend, Bravo!!!...:))
sazzart () 11:54AM | Thu, 04 October 2007
I like this!!!!!!!!!!!! It's a drag time wise; but when you do fine detail & go to render high ppi, your best bet (if going post on web) is do superfine antialaising setting in Bryce render.
acclaude () 10:52AM | Fri, 05 October 2007
Yeah Gorgeous huge winter natural scene !!! Superb, xxxxx
UVDan () 7:16PM | Sat, 27 October 2007
Very beautiful. You sure know your way around a Bryce terrain. I love the new planetary resolution in version 6.
Digimon () 4:40AM | Mon, 26 November 2007
I love this! Really captures the majesty of the outdoors and nature!