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11/19/07 4:30 PM GMT
10, 10, 10 all the way around. What a beauty! Jodie
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puello quam amo est pulchra♥
11/19/07 4:32 PM GMT
What a beautiful scene and so realistic...saved on my h/d and top marks from me.
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11/19/07 5:05 PM GMT
Wow, it looks so real! Great job!
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She was the still point of the turning world.
11/19/07 6:03 PM GMT

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11/19/07 7:56 PM GMT
Brilliant work! Saved & faved.
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11/19/07 8:16 PM GMT
Just totally awesome!!
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11/19/07 8:26 PM GMT
This is so lovely - calm and serene and beautiful - excellent work.
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11/19/07 8:59 PM GMT
You created a very nice picture Enzo. Great colours .I would have put the yatch more to one side and not straight in the middle. Just my opinion of course.
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11/19/07 9:37 PM GMT
Mmm, really nice. Here is a case where sun flare can be a good thing. Most of the time we avoid it like the plague, but this actually lends a feeling of timelessness to the piece. Nicely done.
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Strength is beutiful when used for another's good.
11/19/07 9:39 PM GMT
Wait a second! Okay, now I feel stupid. I thought I was in the photo gallery and totoally didn't realise this was 3D work. So, as a mark of excellance, you fooled me. Good job-lol!
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Strength is beutiful when used for another's good.
11/20/07 3:35 AM GMT
I wish I understood how you can make something so pretty! Why do you say its your last??
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Just take the picture
11/20/07 6:11 AM GMT
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You will be led to the knowledge of the internal things which are invisible to you, by the external things which you see before you. . . . Even so then, we can represent to ourselves in thought the Author of all that is, by contemplating and admiring the (visible) things which He has made, and ever brings into being. - Hermes
11/20/07 8:23 AM GMT
Thank to all for the compliments, this work took 40 minutes to render, but 2 hours to create the scene...
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11/20/07 11:13 AM GMT
Beautiful scene..Fantastic work..
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12/08/07 9:24 AM GMT
Nice shot/\/\
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01/31/08 5:40 PM GMT
Superb! Such a peaceful, dreamy scene. Wen
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02/04/08 3:53 PM GMT
Revised my comments below to try and be more helpful with the boat(through new experiences on my part)
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People ask how I can spend so much time on a computer in a day. I ask how a painter can stand infront of canvas all day.
04/11/08 3:24 PM GMT
This is sooooo... beautiful!
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Kipa hou mai (Come & visit again)
11/20/08 5:17 AM GMT
First off where did you get that boat...I want it :P Great scene and good use of lighting, the way the light comes off the portholes is great.

Also I might add just a smidge of transparency and luminous lighting to the sails to give it that nylon sail look. If you really want to get detailed with it you could use the function editor and material layers to try and get a miniscule amount of texture. Or Tranlucency would give it a good effect too.

Also boats (modern) the hull(out of water sides) have a little bit of a sheen because of the clear coat, a good way to add this I found is just add Vues included "Clear Coat" material and maybe a tad to reflectivity to the underlying material.
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Always be imaginative and creative, and don't ever stop anyone from doing the same. Most important; ever stop beliving in yourself.
02/16/09 6:38 PM GMT
Absolutely Gorgeous!!
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05/04/09 2:10 PM GMT

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Is anybody out there?
08/19/09 5:44 PM GMT
Superlative work.
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