SF Docklands II by lemonjim ()
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Here is another try to assemble several photos into a Bryce project - still adding to my repertoire of walls!
From the yon to the hither there are two reflected images of the same crane from different viewpoints, and these are made into semitransparent lattices and lit from behind. The walls are photographs carefully edited to remove any glass. The Truss I made with Bryce primitives. The foreground objects are trees made in Bryce, some objects from the Bryce 2 Accessories CD, and the knot is my signature made in KnotPlot, tweaked and translated in Carrara. Underneath is a terrain and a cube of glass for the water.
Thanks for viewing!
Image Comments (24)
amethyss () 12:54AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
More inspiration for me.I think though the cranes should be less erased out,to make them not look like they are wayyyy out in the backfield.
Kapoho () 1:41AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
wow, the transition between photos and bryce renderings is almost seemless, thats an excellent image!
roobol () 1:47AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
Superb, Jim, truly superb. This is the sort of things that I like most. Excellent and a vote.
garyandcatherine () 3:17AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
Really breathtaking work. The depth is clearly evident with the haze/fog you created. This is truly outstanding work and it has paid off.....V!
azaghot () 3:33AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
perfect picture and textures except the foreground texture on the floor but it's just a detail ;-)congrats
bigkahuna () 3:35AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
Amazing.Looks like the toxic avenger needs to pay a visit here, but will he be able to find it?
Jambob () 6:00AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
Very cool image, seems like your using some good lateral thinking to get round the limitations of bryce and I think you've produced an excellent result.
Tanialmeida () 8:40AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
oh my Jim, this vision is absolutly stunning, fabulouse dimentional vision!!!
Incarnadine () 9:58AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
extremely well done! Always a joy to look at your work.
SylvieB92 () 11:24AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
This is incredible what you can make with Bryce.....!!! Fantastic work!
frogman () 11:57AM | Sun, 14 December 2003
It's 'always' amazing to me how much detail you put into your creations. I usually do not comment (as you know) on your 3D images. But I always look at them and access the skill you have in creating 3D scenes. I am continually in awe at how much work you put into your images, especially your 3D works...Great work friend.....James
zarth () 7:40AM | Mon, 15 December 2003
Very clever work. The realism, composition and lighting are great. Only critique is that the color/lighting/reflection on the water (lower right) doesn't seem right. Congrats on a very interesting image.
vasquez () 11:32AM | Mon, 15 December 2003
fantastic work, lot of details and gorgeous colors! the rotten colors in the front and the calm blue fog in the background, nice contrast!
ShadowWind () 12:09PM | Wed, 17 December 2003
Awesome idea in using the photos in the Bryce work. It really gives that photo quality to it. Excellent work as always...
alvinylaya () 9:42PM | Wed, 17 December 2003
Amazing work! I love your textures. That puddle on the foreground looks awesome. Excellent work!
Acerebel () 3:08PM | Thu, 18 December 2003
It's a humdinger! Love the lighting, especially, but all of it's amazing. Such patience, backed by such talent and vision.
Rochr () 3:17PM | Fri, 19 December 2003
Man, this is stunning! You sure blend everything together perfectly, and i love the red/yellow. Add warmth in an otherwise cold environment. Hmm...gas tube, a barrel with toxic waste and electric cables...do i smell catastrophe here? :)
danamo () 2:48AM | Sat, 20 December 2003
I have a fascination for photographs of old, decaying or decrepit buildings, or structures. You have captured that true "ruined" feeling, and I thought this was a photo at first glance. Excellent lattice work and modeling.
gallimel () 3:53AM | Sun, 21 December 2003
priceless. There's something in between urbanity and poetry here. very decadent, very Zola :)