tube stop by lemonjim ()
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looks like an off-peak commute today at the major tube stop! Bank holiday in Curvacea!
Bryce (with carrara for the tapered welded trusses). I spent a lot of time on the escalator, then it became two, then four, then... each one needed a landing, regular stairs, handrails, and pretty soon the darn thing is taking overnight to render again!
Thanks for the visit!
Image Comments (21)
MachineOn () 9:58PM | Tue, 18 July 2006
This is a masterpiece! Very fine render results and detailed shadow.
acclaude () 10:00PM | Tue, 18 July 2006
Waoww! AmaZZinng Bryce Artwork man !! this is a place where it could happend every thing, include accident cause of some platform lead to empty space... ;o) Excellent, HuGE !! Thks 4sharing xxxxx
Steeleyes101 () 10:29PM | Tue, 18 July 2006
I agree with Digimon man. This is way cool modeling and your atmosphere is outstanding as well. Excellent work of art my friend
Sking () 1:31AM | Wed, 19 July 2006
Very impressive work Jim. Excellent modelling and top render. ---- Scott.
drawbridgep () 7:46AM | Wed, 19 July 2006
This is awesome. Reminds me of the new London stations on the jubilee line. All open and lots of steel. Very cool and intricate work. Interesting esclator design with the split platform halfway down each case. Nice work.
supermarioART () 8:05AM | Wed, 19 July 2006
Fantastic render and your modeling is incredible!!!Amazing!!!!!
potamus () 12:06PM | Wed, 19 July 2006
Wow Jim; Incredible balance. Thet should hire you to do the BART facelift!!
Ompong () 12:08PM | Wed, 19 July 2006
Wow! Use of colors, excellent. Perspective, sublime. Another wonderful architectural study, a worthwhile activity for sure.
Burpee () 7:14PM | Thu, 20 July 2006
You rock Jim!! This modelling and lighting is fantastic! I'm awed by the skill here. Bravo!
nelsone () 11:04PM | Tue, 25 July 2006
Well, all the foregoing comments covered the compo, etc. in fine detail - but wouldn't it work better artistically with a single figure in it? Not to an architect, I suppose.