Mark Slone wrote:
>I also liked Forgotten neighborhood. I thought Old barn was impressive,
>and I was disappointed there weren't more of those type images. I'm big
>on realism and technical achievement and those two were near the top in
Yes, and having tried Blender a few times, and found it not-at-all user
friendly, I'm always impressed when someone can produce something of
quality like Old Barn with it.
>While not technically perfect, I rated the Champ highly and was
>surprised it scored out of the top ten; maybe its concept was not direct
>enough for some people, or others rate realism even more highly than I
>do. I thought some of the details were impressive and Ron always puts a
>lot of thought into the concept.
Well, I hoped it would do a bit better than it did, but wasn't expecting a
lot. I've noticed in past rounds that images that are 90% Poser don't fare
well. I was pleasantly surprised that my concept score was the highest of
the three, I had expected to get a lot of 'off-topic' votes.
>A lot of nice "concept" or poster images this round that showed a lot of
>creativity and took the concept into directions I hadn't expected; a
>very entertaining collection.
Yes, there were several that triggered the "hey, I wish I'd thought of that"
It was hurt a bit by all the
>slapped-together skeleton images (I'm not saying they shouldn't have
And unfortunately, I suspect that hurt some of the other Bryce entries that
were actually much better.
Still, it's impressive to see what people can create in less
>than two months.
The fun is in the challenge...
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