It's so Indiana...but cool.
I'm always stunned by what can be achieved in Vue. I'm considering getting hold of a copy. Is it easy to get models from Maya and 3dsMax into it or are extra plugins required?
I like it. Not your norm but it is still very nicely done.
Great lighting Andrew.. I'm so scared to light my short, I suck at it!Anyway, great stuff as always!
There's got to be an alien in there somewhere.
you never cease to amaze me Slick stuff yet again andrew!
Vue is fast becoming my renderer of choice. Thats some pretty smart lighting in the scene, I demand fuzzy bouncy bunnies and lambs.
Andy, Vue imports from Max as 3DS, Maya as an OBJ, and also Lightwave and Truespace amongst others. The only thing I've noticed is it does like textures with small names, it has problems if there's to many characters in a name.Sammo,the Aliens are on holiday at the moment but they'll be back soon !!!
Really brill work,I may have this as my new desktop picture.
Andrew... this is incredible my friend, it looks just like a real photo. Very impressive. How do you do this stuff... very awesome. One of these days you should do a multi panel display of your process.... I would love to see it.thank for always stopping by,cheers-phil
I got fooled. It look so real, Andrew. Good job.
Now I like this, great stuff!The rainbow is a nice touch, it all looks a bit peaceful though. Perhaps it needs one of your full scale warships blasting through the clouds blasting everything in sigh.....Have I got too carried away?
I like the scene and the colors, nice work again :)
I really like this, especially the choice of colours.
I like farms...this one in particular.
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