Excellent idea and superbly followed through. For me, everything fits here: sky, landscape, fire, horse and the meagre guy that seems to have bypassed all places where food is served for a considerable length of time. He doesn't look exatly healthy.
Join Date: 06.04.2006 Comments: 2622
Very strong coloring, and classically powerful composition. The fire breathing of the horse is most intersting, gives the horse some personality. I agree with Horo in that the image holds togehter very well and does seem to make your point. David's fire is always nice to see. It can be tricky to find a way to hide the shape of the primitives. Beautiful.
Join Date: 11.10.2007 Comments: 358
I had to laugh when it was mentioned that my poor rider has bypassed all places where food is served. He is strictly on a diet of wheat puffs.
Thank you both for you comments. One thing I really like about Bryce is the volumetrics. Any Yes David's fire is very nice. It is tricky using the fire because if I try to turn down the flame to hide the shape of the primitive than it does not show up as well in the scene. But I will keep playing with the materials lab in the future.