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Offline choronr

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...on the Prairie
« on: July 27, 2012, 04:22:36 PM »
This started out being a test for multicolored stones. Rather than wasting the efforts, I continued on to create a scene. All vegetation here are Walli's models, available at Silva 3D and NWDA.

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Re: ...on the Prairie
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2012, 09:43:36 PM »
The rocks and plants are very well done. The hill and its steep rise to the back right looks a bit strange. Something there just doesn't seem right for some reason....I think its a great start....perhaps a bit higher POV...keep on my friend!

Offline TheBadger

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Re: ...on the Prairie
« Reply #2 on: July 30, 2012, 04:49:02 AM »
like the idea a lot. Not a fan of this POV though. Definitely a subject worth pursuing, the Great Planes are astonishing.

Here is a photographer you may not have heard of, who likes the same stuff as you seem to. His gallery may lend some inspiration. Just incase you get the equivalent of "writers block". Which by the way is called what?.. For a Terrageners?

http://www.vervegallery.com/?p=artist_gallery&a=DK&g=3&r=1&photographer=Don%20Kirby
It has been eaten.

Offline choronr

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Re: ...on the Prairie
« Reply #3 on: July 30, 2012, 05:30:36 AM »
The rocks and plants are very well done. The hill and its steep rise to the back right looks a bit strange. Something there just doesn't seem right for some reason....I think its a great start....perhaps a bit higher POV...keep on my friend!
Thanks Mark, as I mentioned before, I'm in one of those ruts. As Badger says below, I've got the equivalent to writer's cramps.

Offline choronr

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Re: ...on the Prairie
« Reply #4 on: July 30, 2012, 05:33:58 AM »
like the idea a lot. Not a fan of this POV though. Definitely a subject worth pursuing, the Great Planes are astonishing.

Here is a photographer you may not have heard of, who likes the same stuff as you seem to. His gallery may lend some inspiration. Just incase you get the equivalent of "writers block". Which by the way is called what?.. For a Terrageners?

http://www.vervegallery.com/?p=artist_gallery&a=DK&g=3&r=1&photographer=Don%20Kirby
Thanks Badger for stopping by and the link ...nice work here. I don't like the POV either. I think I need some time viewing some photo galleries; and, maybe get back to the desert stuff.

 

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