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    A.K.A "The Silver Fox" Gungho3D's Avatar
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    Three printed renders, unframed ...

    Top-most render was a complete rush job, no real time to finesse anything, hence the "painterly" looking Terragen grass.

    Middle render was mostly fun to do, the blurred background is a single plate being moved for effect with MB.

    Bottom render … bending Terragen to my will was where most of the work went.

    … And no, I can't upload the high res digital versions of these, but this low res photo is fine permission wise


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gungho3D View Post
    Top-most render was a complete rush job, no real time to finesse anything, hence the "painterly" looking Terragen grass.

    Middle render was mostly fun to do, the blurred background is a single plate being moved for effect with MB.

    Bottom render … bending Terragen to my will was where most of the work went.

    … And no, I can't upload the high res digital versions of these, but this low res photo is fine permission wise


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    I like the painted looking grass. Lends a certain retro feeling to the picture. As my favorite canadian ice-hockey coach next door would say: Good job!

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    Thanks Shrox / Bazsa73

    Twenty years ago, this guy (Bill Arance) inspired me with just how far LW 5.x could be pushed to create outstanding art
    - https://www.artstation.com/artwork/VExmb
    - https://www.artstation.com/artwork/w2oo9
    - then with his LW 6/7 work: https://www.artstation.com/artwork/aQgLJ

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    My fave is the bottom one, the composition and general grading looks beautiful! All nice pieces though... great work!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lardbros View Post
    My fave is the bottom one, the composition and general grading looks beautiful! All nice pieces though... great work!
    Thank you Lardbros

    The bottom render, combined LW + TG, was a massive pain, but thankfully when I was working it up I had "time to burn" to wrestle it into shape. I suppose from having lived too close to the work I hardly liked it, but if you like it then maybe it's better than I originally felt ...

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