Afterlife, Lighting and Vegetation study

Hey everyone! I decided to improve some of my vegetation skills so I made this post-apocalyptic setting.


The main scene.


Closeup of that cute teddy bear.


Closeup of the flowers, courtesy of the Botaniq add-on.


Red eerie version because I love those infrared like photography colors.

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Thanks for your attention!

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Nice work ! from where do you get those climbing plants ?

Thank you! Those are from Quixel Megascans

This is absolutely wicked! I wonder why it hadn’t been featured yet.

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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You’re #featured! :tada:

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Nice! I really like the lighting and flowers. They keep the scene from feeling depressing.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words…
But I always find pictures leaving me with a thousand questions! :grin:

  • Why does the post-apocalyptic interior look as if it’s had a recent, and fairly through, cleaning?
  • The chair looks somewhat new. Why?
  • Who left the teddy? (Perhaps the same someone who cleaned brought the bear and the chair?)

To sum it all up: I like it a lot! And my questions just draw me into the world you’ve created. :smile:

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Hahaha thank you! I’m really happy you liked it :slight_smile:

The real honest answer to these questions is basically me not putting that much attention to storytelling or worldbuilding, so I end up forgetting that things start wearing off or dust starts to accumulate :slight_smile:

And the answer I prefer: It’s all thanks to the pos-apocalyptic janitor hahaha

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