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    I was thinking in terms of technique as well as location though. There's a definite parallel between Canalettos technique-(which involved recreating a schematic 'model' of a scene from drawings, rather than the 'paint what you see' approach) and that of Computer 3d artists.



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    I'm curious on how you have modeled the tiles. Can you share that with us?
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    "brilliant" is all I can say!! Great attention to detail, the color of the sky, the clothesline pulley, the tiles.

    gr8 stuff!!



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    Beautiful work

    Beautiful work. 1 technical point: most of those roofs have a line of tiles along the ridge. I've done a quick render to show what I mean. That only stood out for me because I grew up in South Florida, and every other roof is terra cotta tile....Really nice render. I'm glad to see it's rendered in Blender - I have not cracked the yafray nut yet........



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    The thumbnail picture seem more realistic ... , more sun lighting ...
    Is the same image ?
    The large picture have some mist ... i think some lighting will be better ...



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    MUST MAKE TUTORIAL! Please tell me how you did this!
    Trying to learn this program one placed cube at a time



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    I like the second one most, u done really a good job.



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    nunogouveia: I have shared it The tutorial is on page 2.

    3dmedieval: You're absolutely right about that. I think I did have some there at one point, but for one reason or another ended up taking them off.

    Commiecomrade: There is a tutorial for the tiles. Check page 2.

    Everyone: Thanks for the comments, and glad you like the render.



  10. #70
    Wow i love it!And the noise really gives it the feel



  11. #71
    does it take long to potion each one?



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    Makes me think of sun beaten rooftops - somewere around the mediterranean..



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