the glass structure at the bottom left and the cable gondola are the only crits in this image. I am sure the image would have really come into its own with a little more detail put into that cable car. Other than tht…good image.
I liked it, it’s a very good idea and well developed too. Me too think it lacks some details in some area,
the building in foreground could had been more detailed, the glass is a bit odd
with a very poor reflections on it, but the main idea is really good.
i dont think he didnt win because it was made in blender i think he didnt win because the images that did win were better. They were absolutly stunning they were complex and they looked very good. I think that if you had spent some more time on detailing the buildings you could have done a lot better because your environment isn’t that bad but the materials on the buildings and the buildings in general look kinda simple
@nfollmer: I have to second MorbidDog here. Many entries to the competition were just stunningly impressive, regardless of the tools used. For me it was just interesting to see, how I was doing in a contest like this, and personally I am satisfied.
@MorbidDog: One can always do better, of course. Unfortunately the main focus developed to be the mountains textures and almost killed my motivation (see the wip thread). But I learned some new things - again, and I think that’s what counts most ( at least for me as a hobbyist )
Overall, this image deserves praise. Very neat and gorgeous, especially the falls. Though some parts have that flatness in them. Probably just some diffuse setting miscalculation. Anyhow, that’s not the point in this. This is really really great!
I like the idea and the dawn feeling in it, but … The cart looks molten and very detailless. Leafs on the trees seem single colored / texturesless which kinda … makes them look like fake trees. :S Also every large surface in the construction is flat white. I mean sure it can be that, but it looks very boring and dull.
And thats about all i can say about it… pretty nice piece of work, but could be improved…