Figures posed in Daz|Studio, the rest of the scene was constructed and rendered in Bryce 6.1. I am not looking for photo realism here, but rather to convey a mood.
This image represents the inner struggles we all deal with in our personal and professional lives.
Well - I can't enjoy this one, in fact. What you want to say here is excellently presented. My greatest foe I am myself. But I see my greatest despair here: the impotence to change or the powerlessness as a subject of politics or personal life. This strong picture is void of hope. Where could I go if I were able to break the chains? There is no light, no way out apart from death - which is not really an option. I am very much impressed by the implications this picture has.
From a technical point of view, I think this picture is fine. You earn a 5/5 from me for the way you followed through this idea. Though I would rather have called it Despair than Struggle because any attempt to struggle in this situation is in vain.
Join Date: 06.04.2006 Comments: 2622
5/5. Again, a very effective render. Like a compser you seem to know exactly which tones are necessary and which one you can discard. Not one thing in the scene feels "extra." I love the texturing of the brick walls, the poses of the skeletons and the poor chained up man. Very good looking Apollo Maximus. I often have a difficult time finding clothes and hair for this guy, his structure is most pleasing from a realism standpoint and indeed Apollo is a gem and a wonderful character that all poserDS users should own. Very good. I cannot say anything more. 5/5!!!