A Train to Heaven

You can see more on my other social networks :point_down:
Instagram
Artstation

Finished render:

Clay render:

Mist:

22 Likes

Excellent work! Do you think the birds might look better if they were a bit more faded, similar to how the trees are below? Since the fog in the foreground and the natural effect of distance cause things to appear more faded, it would create a more cohesive and realistic scene if the birds were also affected by this. Otherwise, the scene quite is visually captivating, and I thoroughly enjoyed it! :smile:

1 Like

Thank you! That’s a good point indeed, the funny thing is that I added the birds when I was doing the post-processing at the very end and it didn’t occur to me at the time.
But I’ll try to apply your advice next time, thanks for your appreciation, glad you like it! :blush:

1 Like

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

2 Likes

Thanks Bart for the feature, have a great week-end too!

1 Like

Whoa, this is great! Excited to see what you make next :wink: :+1:

1 Like

Great work …

But my personal interpretation forces me to qualify:
The horizon is barred, it’s time to make a choice, either I fly away, like a bird or an angel towards the Paradise proposed by this sample of Garden of Eden, or I follow the rails and I sink into this tunnel so dark towards Hell.
So: “A train to Hell”.

More beautiful works … :+1:

2 Likes

Are those tracks made of gold? Nice touch. This is great.

2 Likes

Beautiful! I love how the tunnel exit frames the picture. Great concept, perfectly executed.

1 Like

Oh I really like the idea, I hadn’t even thought of it when I was making the piece but it’s a great analysis!

1 Like

They were originally made of classic metal, but I think this impression is due to the colour grading and the orange-yellow colours. Thank you!