I’m flattered with all the votes, they came as a surprise for me And it will be the first time (hopefully).
Thank you! I initially had 2 interpretations, then usernew showed another and you just gave me a fourth one
I wonder how many interpretations are there…
And now for some feedback:
purbosky: The buildings are nice and varied. I must confess, I did not see the meteors at first. I thought the reflection were actually construction cranes (probably related to the fact that Berlin is full of them). Now that I see them, I think contrast between ordinary office life and a catastrophe were really interesting.
DERBENDER: Funny usage of the theory of relativity and the silver surfer. The model and materials are nice, even though it doesn’t look much like silver (not sure how the silver surfer is supposed to look like). Also, the image used for background is a bit too stretched.
didierv: Interesting reference. I liked the claw, although it looks a bit low-poly. My main critique is that the objects are mostly evenly-lit.
RayVelcoro: I liked the angle, makes the satellite look pretty big. The reflection looks nice, however, it is really strange that all panels reflect exactly the same image. I think the plastic materials works for a sci-fi or non-realistic look.
fdo: This is one of those images which I need a while to understand what is going on. I really liked the illusion you made. The lighting and materials are pretty realistic.
R_dva: The ghost of Suzanne is quite spooky. But I think the scene needs a bit more context, like a wall or something. The lights are nice.
Scepter1987: Pretty surreal. I liked the bubbles. But the usage of images for the background and the portal look too “obvious” and flat.
FlyingBanana: Someone is into trouble! I wasn’t aware of this natural mirror. I liked the way that the viewer is sort of placed in the dangerous situation. I just think that the flat faces are too small and similar to each other.
Munno101: This reminds me of the “default cube” week, where Suzannes were being transformed into cubes. Now I see a poor cube, remembering the days it was a free Suzanne…
The materials and texture gave the scene a nice variation, however some of the cubes are floating (and the copyright notice of one of the images is visible ;)).
fcharr: That’s a very nice model, she looks pretty mean. The materials on the wall are nice, but they seem to be unrelated to each other,
Ansaar13: Even butterflies suffer with vanity! The butterfly looks very nice, and I liked how you gave an insect some personality without making it an humanoid.
usernew: I really liked the lighting and the objects here. Poor cardboard fellow, no one gives it the attention it deserves, not even the mirror recognizes its existence!
joshwinkler3d: Interesting take on the theme. Since water is reflective, the objects in this scene are “inside” a mirror. I liked the idea of having a gas station underwater (after all, sharks also need to use the bathroom during long journeys). But as already stated, the colours on your previous entry were much prettier.
mirek_snd: Very horryfing. I liked how you simulated some camera defects, making this feel like a photo in bad light conditions. I also liked how the creepiness is very subtle. The colours enhanced the feeling of horror.
caz747: Is that the mirror shield used by the Greek hero? Considering how it is on the floor and the medusa is still alive, I guess it didn’t work in your version of the story! The medusa looks really nice.
beau11: Ha, the addition of the cleaning product was very funny. Somebody needs to clean the mirrors in all these entries
david.speer: That sci-fi pyramid is very mysterious. The environment is nice, but you could’ve moved the camera so that both the object and its reflection are visible.
putr corps: I really loved the lighting and colours in this scene. It is also very detailed. My main critique is the pose of the person. It seems like going through a triangular portal in the middle of the street is an ordinary thing. I think if the person were jumping through the portal instead, the scene would be way more dramatic.
OLG: Is the mirror from your fractal entry? The model is really cool, the details are very beautiful and look authentic. I liked the reflections on the metal on the third version, yet the mirror reflection looks a bit strange. It feels a bit fake to me.
DM9: Ha, nice to see your one-character-for-all-themes again. The way you distorted the image is pretty nice. Let’s just hope she doesn’t have 7 years of bad luck selling the album.
RobertT: I really liked the colours. The model is also very impressive. I’m just wondering, shouldn’t the reflective surface be concave in order to focus all light on the structure in the centre? It seems you mixed a radar dish and a telescope together.
3dmad: Yay, the challenge is in the headlines! I liked the idea of a dog reading the news in a café. It must be deaf though, otherwise the shattering glass would drive it mad. The newspaper is well done, with wrinkles and such.
Helge: I guess someone regreted loving Jurassic Park (that’s what is written in the mirror, right?)! Also, I wonder why somebody needs a concave mirror in their bathroom. The dinosaur looks pretty good.
FuzzyPeachApple: I find these freestyle renders pretty interesting. It looks a bit like something you made in MS paint or another cheap image program, but it is cool nevertheless. I liked how the kid is dressed like a superhero as well. One can understand this as the boy is just playing.
robproctor83: Very dynamic and beautiful details. I’m a bit confused about what the projectile really is, but it looks nice. However, I think gravity ended up playing a much bigger role in the simulation than the bullet. I would expect glass flying forwards instead of bouncing of the floor.
Enthymeme: Nice building. I liked how it takes some time for me to figure out where is “up”. The colours are pretty too. The airplane was a nice touch.