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    20 years of rendering in Lightwave

    Hello everyone!

    A few weeks ago I discovered that I´m already more than 20 years using LW now. So I created this video/slideshow showing some of my works over the years in chronological order. Hope you will like it, cheers!

    https://youtu.be/poq0Eu5idNs


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    RETROGRADER prometheus's Avatar
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    So you live in various castles and eat a lot of cookies and candy

    Great work,


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    Legend! great stuff. I am now hungry for waffles?

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    Nice body of work. A lot of my earlier stuff became a casualty of archive technology going obsolete. R.I.P. DAT.
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    Great work!

    Thank you for sharing

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    Some beautiful work... great to see the progression, especially as the renders became more photo-realistic.

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    enjoyed your retrospective, svenart!!
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    Congratulations! This is really nice that you humbled yourself and showed your earlier work. I don't have the guts! You've also shown what every artist should accomplish over a period of time - improvement. Again congratulations on 20 years of learning and getting better at your craft.

    P.S. I can rarely get through most peoples demo reels, but I enjoyed this through the end. And wanted to see more.
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    What a journey! It was inspirational seeing the evolution. I'm glad I'm not the only one with a sudden craving for waffles.

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    thanks for sharing your work and interessting to see the progression you made, i also started about 20 years ago
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    Very beautiful works, especially some exteriors castles renders, impressive food render too. Congratulation Svenart


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    I remember a lot of those, seeing them over the past 20 years on this forum ��. Amazing!

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