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Old 03-26-2007   #1
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I revised an image that I placed here a few months back labled "Block Island". I wasn't too happy with the results so I decided to go back and change the mood and composition. Modeled in Viz2006, rendered with Maxwell, and post production work was completed with Photoshop.

Thanks for viewing!

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Old 03-27-2007   #2
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Looking for some comments. Am I posting this in the wrong area?
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Old 03-31-2007   #3
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i havent seen the one u were refering to really but yeh this one is really nice... ok one thing i noticed, thats u needed to make the scene a lil dim so at to highlite the lightening..... cuz ur pic s knida shining and the lightening jus blending with the envt.

but all in all i loved the pic.. the building is beautiful...

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Old 03-31-2007   #4
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Looks awesome
You just have to change the color of the "sun" to more blueish because you have a stromy weather.
And make it just a bit darker.But i think that if you change the sun color to the correct one it will solve the issue with your objects overexposure look.
Great job
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Old 04-01-2007   #5
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incredible!!!
Good job!!
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Old 04-02-2007   #6
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Thanks all for replying to my image. Here is an image I found on the internet that would show you what I have tried to achieve, lighting and all. Thanks again for viewing.


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