Beautiful still life. Great composition and very detailed. If I want to nag a bit, I'd say that the blossoms would be bent when the flower is lying on the table. But that would be difficult to accomplish without re-modelling. So I assume they are plastic flowers ;)
The three pictures on the wall - are they artwork of yours? I like the top one most, it is beautiful and conveys sadness and loss. The lower one with the lady looking in the mirror is a bit small to fully appreciate but I think it tells the story of loss as well. The lower left one is also a beautiful picture.
Back to the main picture. Lighting is top notch and the use of soft shadows adds a lot to the natural look. This is a 5/5 for sure.
Impressive. Most impressive.
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Join Date: 12.11.2010 Comments: 248
Very well done. You are a talented modeller. I especially like the flowers, and would be very interested how you did them with a terrain. I also like the window glass. And the nut shells. Actually I like everything in your picture :-)
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Join Date: 10.15.2010 Comments: 838
Thanks spektyr, electro-elvis.
1. Glass is a usual cube with a standard material of glass from library (refractive index 1,52).
2. The map of heights of terrain for a flower is made so that at visualization took the form of a bell. Then, at material appointment into the alpha channel we load a mask in the form of a flower (top view).
3. Nutshell is made not in Bryce. In Bryce only has split by means of stones and boolean operations.
Maps of heights and a mask drew in Corel Photo Paint and Terrabrush.