The Destination by adorety ()
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Vue 10 Infinite for scene and render and Poser for the foreground figure.
Thanks for taking a peek and comments. Have a great weekend.
Image Comments (23)
mgtcs () 8:57PM | Fri, 02 March 2012
Marvelous landscape Arthur, excellent lighting, very realistic work, congratulations!
SidheRoseGraphics () 9:35PM | Fri, 02 March 2012
This is really nice!! Love the light in the treetops. Just for my own taste though, I'd like to see the 'god-rays' a little softer - not so opaque (?) right there on either side of the gap above the left mountains. But I know that those things are not always easily accomplished in VUE. Other than that, I love this landscape, Art. It looks like a mystical, fey sort of place and goes well with your figure. That's a great tree, too :)
odile () 5:10AM | Sat, 03 March 2012
Very realistic vegetation and landscape. I like the POV too and the light is splendid!
KnightWolverine () 11:50AM | Sat, 03 March 2012
This is one vast terrain and splendid lighting...Exceptional Job here Arthur!
twelvemark21 () 4:34PM | Sat, 03 March 2012
Aptly titled. What a journey to have taken us on. "The Destination" certainly worth your hours of painstaking composition and rendering time. Beautiful work!!
brewgirlca () 8:14PM | Sat, 03 March 2012
You are going from strength to strength... though when I saw the title I thought it was the next step in your own story telling. Wow, that depiction of a riverside tussock marsh is about the best you could get. I can feel the wet squish, squish. I would like to have seen someone waiting, perhaps with hand raised, on the far bank to make the desination an arrival.
RodS () 1:14PM | Sun, 04 March 2012
This is AMAZING, Art! I can almost smell the air - simply incredible! When I first saw this it brought to mind some of the forest scenes on Pandora (except the trees were bigger LOL) from the Avatar movie - if I'm not mistaken, they used Vue for a lot of those forest scenes.. This would fit right in. The scale here is epic! Saving my pennies for V10! :-D