Yesterday I listened to the news in the radio about the climate conference in Durban. And it made me angry to learn that all these clever people there might once more not be able to find a solution.
And then I made this picture within less than 45 minutes.
Its mady in Bryce Pro 220.127.116.11 with True Ambience, Depth of Field and Soft Shadows. The three wheeler is from the internet, but I am afraid, I have forgotten who's made it. The grass is Bryce standard and the soil is a terrain
Excellent. Looks more like real life than most Bryce renders. Excellent choice on the material for the grass, very good selection of hues. Light is perfect. Literally, this piece leaves nothing to be desired. Perfect. Full marks, Do keep it up!!!!!!
Join Date: 01.03.2004 Comments: 2224
This is very good, the lighting and material choices are excellent. To me the DOF effect looks a little too strong, giving the impression if a slight mismatch in scale between what the scene portrays and what the camera lens is telling us. This however, must be very slight, since Rashad has not mentioned it and he is a good critic. Otherwise I concur with all of his observations.
Join Date: 06.04.2006 Comments: 2355
You should upload this to the Daz Bryce Galleries.
Join Date: 12.11.2010 Comments: 124
Thank you for your kind comments.
@rashadcarter: I have upload it ;-) I hope in the right gallery.
Join Date: 05.26.2004 Comments: 3681
Very impressive render, indeed. Only grass and a rusty bicycle (from Richter?). It needs courage to attempt such a "simple" scene. You succeeded excellently. Even the angular grass blades fit. I have to agree with David about the DOF. It's perhaps a bit much. However, this doesn't prevent me to give you full marks.
Join Date: 03.01.2011 Comments: 216
Well done, i like everything about it, sometimes less is more and in this case a great deal more.