early wip of a scene I am working on.
Smashing render - I love the tranquility of the scene - and must be modelled on the UK as the sun is shining (finally!).
Beautiful scene, looking forward to the high res versions and if/when you will sell your fence model. :)
a great field of beautiful looking plants, and a cool fence too!
Very nice Walli :)
I have (or had may be) the exact same idea for a scene when I bought your latest flowers.
Last year I was in east-germany, near the czech border and there were also hills and fields with yellow flowers I don't know the name of.
Using your new plants I wanted to reproduce such a scene, but it seems you're a step ahead of me :)
Looking forward to see more, as this looks very promising!
WIP? It already looks like movie quality.
Only problem I have is its too small to use as wallpaper.
Fantastic there's a spot like that not far from me even has the same sort of fence
Beautiful! If it's just the WIP, I can't wait to see your final.
I like the second one. Nice setup. The pink flowers add a cool colour contrast.
May be small but the picture looks very promising. Obviously I'd like to see in a larger format !
Reminds me of the mid west farmlands in Iowa ...very nice Walli.
Pretty jaw-dropping thus far!
thanks. I am testing some objects at the moment. I think I might move the tree a bit more to the back, as I wanted focus to be on the field. Also modeled a little barn
I like the barn idea. It adds to the overall image.
The tree you just added is real nice. I think you should keep it too. But definitely put it far enough back that it does not obstruct those beautiful rolling hills.
A future Dutch master ... I think of Vincent- This is looking more brilliant every time
Looking forward to the whole image ...looking fine so far.
Keep going with this :) I love that the atmo is plain and simple - looks very realistic. The large tree detracts from the realism somewhat, though - perhaps it's a lack of transparency/edge glow on the leaves?
Walli as a modeller and someone who uses a lot of objects in the scene I have a question for you. Do you turn the ray traced objects option off so that you're able to use displacement on your objects?
I assume there's a downside to turning off the RTO option otherwise why would you ever use it if you lose displacements, what is the downside?
Walli Van Gogh? looking good, I did a similar model a few yrs back, not near as good as this
usually I prefer raytraced on. With TG2 I then use (if needed and possible) the highpoly version so that I don´t need displacement anymore.
probably final, lets see ;-)
This is really beautiful, Walli. I think I can hear the birds singing and I can smell the air. Summer!
just for fun, because someone mentioned "painter"
Very realistic scene, peaceful also !
Very nice, but I can't keep myself from some crits. You know I mean well ;) It is a field of some crop, no? Then the 'same color hillock' in the distance looks a bit odd. Crit 2 is the wide angle; it seems now as if the farm lady is pushing the fence. I think I would prefer another POV, where you see the fence angling away somehow, and a more 'normal angled lens'.
But it does have a very pleasant atmosphere!
This delivers the peak of summer. Very nice composition.
I like it a lot. But why no arms?
here the arms
Did you make her Walli? I have not made a person or fabric yet. looks like a lot of fun.
I used Makehuman to create a "base", as I knew that almost all bodyparts would be hidden underneath piles of cloth. I then modeled the skirt, attached it to the hip and made a clothsim while bringing the woman in pose (Cinema4D). Afterwards I modeled hair, cloth on head, blouse, west and pinafore (also Cinema4D).
Actually now I wished I would have decided to model that first and then bring the figure into pose, but I didn´t want to set up rigging/clothsim for all those parts too.
So I did not model the woman, just the clothing on top.
@ Ulco: you mean the rapeseed on the small hills in front of the forest in the back? I think you are right, probably would have been better to have a regular meadow over there.
Yes, that's what I mean, Walli. Or you could place a small group of trees there.
...yes..probably I will take another shot....
It's worth the effort! Great scene.
Final final ;)
Yes! Totally fantastic!
Magnificent and inspiring. Just brilliant *swoon*
The new lighting adds even more realism here. This is a great scene. It could be a postcard.
It is fantastic................it still has that painterly feel to it (my opinion). I like it............ ;D
The only part that i would try to change would be the fabric .
It looks too much CGI clean but that could be easily changed in post too.
I like this one very much . Great :)
This is fantastic work Walli! Beautifully done!
Beautiful final render Walli, you nailed the atmosphere and the lighting on this.
thanks! @ Kadri - I think you are right. I wanted to have a certain amount of silkiness on the cloth, instead it would have been more plausible to make it rougher.
Should be an animation!
Oh how I wish I could animate in TG!; Those birds, some wind, the lady moving about! Can you imagine it?!
Of course I mean full animation, not just *very clever* tricks. :o
Beautiful, Walli! Excellent work!
Now it is complete as I was hoping for ...very well created by you Walli.
It was even picked by the CGTalk staff (http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?f=132&t=1118476), I think that did not happen to often with a landscape rendering of mine so far.
Congrats! It's a worthy piece
Final Final is fine.
Beautiful image, Walli! Congratulations!
Big congratulations Walli, that is a spectacular result.
One of the best renders I've seen here. Outstanding work!