A student of architecture - hmn... I think it shows. I was a student of art, but now I have to work for a living :o( You were pondering the lightening - well, the lightening itself was on a 2d square right in front of the camera (got to take controll of the ambient light in an image and transparency if you want things to glow - as in plenty of each) the illumination of the landscape was simply a matter of placing a point source light in the appropriate area of the terrain. In other words, if I moved the camera in any direction the whole illusion would evaporate. Maybe that's a clue as to the difference between architects and artists - you build stuff that has to work in every way from any angle and artist focus on how things look from the camera - I must confess that many of my models are only half complete - usually the unseen parts are left unconsidered - I'm lazy like that. What did Beanzvision say, "smoke and mirrors".
Join Date: 07.03.2004 Comments: 1
Could you help me with a little thing??
How tha hell do you put in a pictures!! it is always too big or to long!! whats happaning??