Since I can't get the system to acknowledge my ratings, I thought I
would share them here for now:
Lost in January
I would have liked to see more from the already-fallen snow.
have helped out here a lot. The shadows in the foreground also suffer
from the low quality settings on the focal blur.
simply using translucent spheres, or actual media, but the effect works
well. Excellent use of fog, as well.
I like the concept here. My main criticism is the lack of details in
this image. I know this image was turned in at least a full week before
little touches. The radiosity looks like it could stand to have the
quality bumped up, too.
a raytracing competition entry. The rocks and the figure are very well
done. The fog seems a bit heavy, though.
Serenity ... In the Wilderness
In general, I like what I see here. The shadows seem much too hash, though.
The Border of the Shire
I like the low-growing plants in this image. The trees bother me a
like it could be improved with radiosity, but looking at your render
Wonderful use of the ivy generator.
Unfortunately, the bare ground is a bit disappointing. I would expect it
to be swallowed up by plants long before the ivy starts attacking the
rockwork. More bushes are in order here.
level of fog you have.
That said, the stone texture in this image is amazing. After reading
Wings3D. Would you care to comment on how those programs compare, and
how you decided on which one you used for each part?
No doubt some people will complain that this image looks amateurish, but
I like it. It is clear and uncluttered, with clean shapes. The planet in
at home with the rest of the picture.
am looking at a body of water. Maybe go for a lighter shade of blue, and
add some fractal clouds?
Those issues aside, this is a real fun image.
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