Busy week it seems. Well, those who made it can now enjoy some comments:
joshwinkler3d: This might be a ad for Mac Donalds in the future, considering how the picture is always bigger than the real thing I liked the camera (d)effects, and the rover was a nice way of making the scale clear. My only critique is that the salad looks a bit like goose, but considering the amount of radiation this burger gets, it might well be goose
beau11: If god were to bath in our oceans, he would need a duck this size! I liked how the duck is partially obfuscating the sun, leaving two spheres which look like eyes. The earth could be brighter though (specially the atmosphere).
skadoosh: I liked the colours and contrast. Not sure what this is though. Maybe the biggest mystery in the universe?
Ray13: Nice warm colours. The gems are pretty, but the textures look a bit low-res. Also, since the camera is very close to the large ruby, it is a bit hard to understand its shape.
DM9: She is so sweet! That hat is really awesome, and the text looks very cool. The lighting looks a bit too polygonal in my opinion.
fdo: Not completely sure what this is, but it would make for a nice wallpaper. The dust looks pretty nice. I’m curious to know what is happening in the centre!
purbosky: That’s pretty big, all right. I liked how the ray is interrupted in many points. This picture is fairly mysterious, and it makes me ponder what happens next. I see many ways of understanding the picture, which is very interesting. One thing that is bothering me though is that black stripe on top. The alien ship seems to be just a plane.
fcharr: I liked how the planet is a geoid and not a sphere. Also, it has a cute clay feeling to it. For the scale, I think it would make more sense to put the Sun in front of the planet. Right now it might just appear small because it is far away.
didierv: Haha, that’s quite a claim from the baker! I liked the variation in the facades and fonts.
usernew: Someone is going to have a hearty breakfast today! That jack fruit looks pretty nice (although credits go to putr corps here ;), unless you changed his material). That tea cup looks pretty nice too.
caz747: I liked the contrast and the rim lights. The crowd looks pretty cool too. Also, nice reference
str11: That helmet looks really awesome! I don’t know the reference, but I liked the details and the colours. However, it seems you have forgotten to add a random rotation to the particles.
putr corps: This is really impressive. I loved the colours a lot. The details on the rocks are really cool too. I liked how those two people seem to be curious about the huge sphere.
Flying Banana: Those ants must be having quite a party! The ice cream looks nice, and the ant playing king-of-the-hill on that cherry is pretty funny. It is just a bit strange that all ants are looking to the left and are evenly spread (instead of forming paths as they usually do). Also, why are they more interested in the chocolate wrap than with the chocolate itself?
g60: Haha, poor pilot. He is not getting that far with that shuttle The shuttle looks pretty nice. The clouds are a bit strange, and why are they on fire (in space)?
bazevedo: I liked the colours here, making it look like an old photo. I also see many ways of understanding the disappointment: 1) Someone had to party all alone (there is only one glass). 2) They partied the end of the millennium, but it actually only changed in 2001 (like 1700 is still the 17th century). 3) They didn’t really enjoy the new millennium.
The image looks really realistic, too.
OLG: That diamond must be worth a fortune! I liked how almost everything is reddish, but I think if the sun were orange instead the colours would have worked better.
Helge: Poor fish, can barely move itself in that tank! It looks pretty happy though (maybe it went crazy?). I liked how there are smaller vases below, indicating how much the fish grew.
RobertT: If I understood this correctly, this is a reference to certain sea lifeforms which are actually made of multiple smaller, independent lifeforms. At the same time, it could be a reference to how everything is made of atoms. I liked how the scene feels very organic. And unlike robproctor83, I find the black and white scheme here to be pretty nice