Please remember to state if your entry is pure, open or non-competing.
“There are two main goals for these contests: Fun and Glory.
Fun: You get only 4 days to create a cool image, based on the theme for the week.
Glory: After 2 days of voting, a winner is declared. The winner picks the theme for next week and will be featured in the Feature Row.”
If I was a horror artist, I would for sure make a brick wall out of human heads- or skulls, like the catacombs- something about the phrasing of “another” immediately made me think of that. I’m not, though, so the idea is freely open to anyone
Welcome to the machinery. Leave your soul and zest for life at the door.
You get them back in forty to fifty years when you are old, sick, and ugly.
Now, it is time for capital, money, expansion, profit…
Not for you, of course, just for the top of the pyramid.
Have a nice day, sir.
Pure, Cycles. 200 sampels
I’m trying to do a daytime scene… with no background,I’m using fog and leaves and wood… and for the compositor, mist pass and use the defocus node mix with blur… for this fairy tale I was exciting as a kid every time I listen…and I often want to…until the last attack of the wolf was done…
One trick that I like is to configure the mist pass and use the defocus node in the compositor. This way you can just throw rough shapes and colors in the background and have them all blurred together.
I kind of drew a blank, but unfortunately this is what came to mind when I free-associate the word “brick”. So why not?
Pure, cycles. Two logos and an emoji downloaded from the internet, processed in Gimp. Plus, it took a while to figure out how to make the brick texture work properly…
I hadn’t planned on making an entry this time as I knew I had very limited time. When I saw the topic I knew I wanted to try something even though I knew I wouldn’t come close to completion before the deadline.
Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” came out during my freshman year in high school, and “Another Brick in the Wall” was a huge hit with us rebellious students. I decided to try to model “Mother”, which was also my favorite song on the album.
Here is my WIP. Lots of work left to do, the proportions are way off, but at least I have a project to work on besides WEC’s.