NY Street Basketball by adrian3Dart ()
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It's been awhile since my last post. I have started this scene months ago, but have only finished it this week. As you can see it is a court of basketball found in a street of America. In the background you can see a city, yes it is New York. It is a photo I found from the net and added it on a 2D panel so it will give the scene a more really look. Thanks to Thomas M. for his great photos of graffiti. I have cleaned the graffiti and add them to the bricks texture, that you can find it free at Mayang website. The floor texture is by Mayang, but I have added the lines of the basketball court. Render with Sun light only.
Built & rendered in Bryce 5.5. Rendering time 27 min at 2000 x 1399 pixels. Bryce document size 214 MB. Sharpening image and signature in postwork.
Ball by Kuroyume, Basketball Hoop and Tire by One-Commune, Fence by M25yucka, Card Box by Stereoping, AC Window / Short Stack by Baument Ent., Tank and Pipes by Richabri, Newspaper / Cola Can / Trash Bag by Trekkiegrrrl, Spray by Fast3D, Coca Can & Wires are by 3D Cafe.
Thanks very much to all for your stuff. (Some objects with a new texturing created by me).
As always, thanks for viewing & all comments are appreciative. Visit my gallery for more 3D artworks. Special thanks to my friends for helping me with ideas. Have a great day and play more basketball!
Image Comments (45)
Digimon () 11:17AM | Fri, 12 May 2006
Un-freaking-real!!! I did a double-take!! Wow!!! You are a master of digital-reality!!! Thank you for the direction to those killer textures!!! You da-man!!!
Steeleyes101 () 11:38AM | Fri, 12 May 2006
Amazing is all I can say for this outstanding work of art. So photorealistic and I cant even begin to understand how you were able to pull this one off. Love your use of textures and lighting. Well done and hats off to ya my friend.
gonedigital () 11:51AM | Fri, 12 May 2006
WOWWWWW! So realistic! The grafitti is a wonderful touch! EXCELLENT!!!!!!!!!!1
Burpee () 12:04PM | Fri, 12 May 2006
This ROCKS!!! You get better with each render and I can't wait to see what you create next! Bravo!
kjer_99 () 12:21PM | Fri, 12 May 2006
Adrian, I thought this was a photo when I first saw it. Incredible realism!!! I love the little details, like the coke can, the wet newspapers, the cracks in the concrete, and, of course, the grafitti. In fact, I think I'm gonna add this one to my favs.
RJC () 12:25PM | Fri, 12 May 2006
What a treat this is!. I always look forward to your uploads but this one really thrills me. Astonishing details and texture mapping. Not too many can do this kind of texture work in Bryce. The lighting is another amazing feature of this image. Really wonderful.
adrian3Dart () 12:34PM | Fri, 12 May 2006
Thanks all for viewing and for your fantastic comments. Your comments makes me really happy. Big Thanks to all for your rankings too. Happy weekend friends!!
zfigure7 () 4:59PM | Fri, 12 May 2006
What a payoff! Love the ingenuity and details put into this work. Simply brilliant!
drawbridgep () 8:22PM | Fri, 12 May 2006
It's faultless. I especially like the resting water. Wonderful work.
soffy () Online Now! 7:46AM | Sat, 13 May 2006
wow love what you have created here,look so realistic and what fine details,the grafitti,the coke can and the reflective water,super creationV
matasabu () 8:32AM | Sat, 13 May 2006
Wow, wonderful city scene. Love all details. Beautiful shadows of the fence. Splendid!! L('o')L
pauljs75 () 3:16PM | Sat, 13 May 2006
Great environment render... Yet somehow there's something nagging me that it looks too clean. Maybe it's the windows, or the fact none of the tagging overlaps, or the garage door is too nice, no weeds, there's no litter collecting by the drain or in the corners...