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Begins the day
Begins the day

            

Begins the day
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Added by: matute
Keywords: medieval, village, river
Date: 10.13.2006 14:40
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rashadcarter1
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Join Date: 06.04.2006
Comments: 2610
nice work again

Good work once again. Your images would make great downloads if they were larger, perhaps submitting larger renders would give admirers a chance to enjoy your work as a desktop wallpaper. Don't let the render times keep your submissions small. Your work is good and we want to see the details.

Bryce can have a "blueness" to it that we must counteract for more realistic colors. I like everything in this scene but the blueness keeps telling me it's bryce. A white or gray haze setting will always appear as slightly blue in bryce. I would try a warmer haze color and see what happens like light to mid pink (which is more realistic anyway as horizons in real life are slightly pink).

The skies in bryce are almost always the wrong color, far too blue/purple and not enough blue/green. The sky you used here is fine, but the blue tendancies should be a little less purple and more green for realism. "Sky blue" as a concept often misleads into thinking that true perfect "blue" is realistic. But observing the sky has shown me that true blue is too close to the purple ranges.

The water is fine but seems to be mostly reflection and no transparency. Recently I've been dealing alot with water and my advice is to be true to physics whenever possible and use transparency to some degree. Assign the right ground plane material underneath it and it's ready.

In general there is no need to add reflection to water mats because if the transparency, refraction, and specualrity settings are correct, then the reflection is AUTOMATIC in bryce. See my latest image (The Amazon River Floods....) for an example of shiny water surfaces with no reflection values added by me.

I continue to love those buildings and I love the stone shoreline/walkway. Continued great work.
10.13.2006 19:12 Offline rashadcarter1 rashadcarter1 at aol.com


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