Dripping straight from my brain to your screen.
Oooooooo-ooo! This is so cool! Wonderful landscape!
It's lovely, and I see you figured out the mask. :) I do have to say that at first glance I thought the moon was a giant head, which only makes me love it more. love, me
Ooh! I like it-- esp. the texture of the water close up, somehow. Makes it feel like a small, secret world, for reasons which are not clear to me.
WoW...this is stunning!
Very cool Tony, would make a great magazine cover :)
wow! really beautiful effect! very realistic, just lovely.
Stunning! Just gorgeous.
Exquisito my friend! Happy Holidays to you and your family Tony!
Wow, it's beautiful and magical! Merry Christmas.
love this....very neat work Have a wonderful Holiday!!Cheers,Diana
It's beautiful, Tony. You have a great command of Bryce. Makes me want to play with it today. I love the way your moon blends so beautifully with the clouds and stars.
Very cool! I like it.
Thank you all for your kind comments.Ginger- it's not Bryce, it's 3dsMax. It's a plane with some "noise" (wrinkling the mesh) and bumps pulled up (mountains) another plane with noise and raytraced reflections (the water) A sphere (the moon) another sphere (the one with pictures of clouds on it) and a final sphere (the stars) Fortunately, I'd already made the bitmaps (to map on the objects)from other projects. A little bit of lighting, a little bit of post-production in Photoshop (it's a lot easier to apply the blur tool to a single frame than it is to have to set up the blur exactly the way you want it in 3ds) and viola! :)
Very neat work Tony !!
I trotted over after you left your message about the chick in the red. I was trying to avoid any possibility of being frowned upon. So, I see this amazing moon-stars-clouds-water landscape here, and also read about how you constructed it, and I'm so envious! I don't have that software, and now I want it! (Hey, I can send you a picture of my landscape without the chick in the red, if you want.)
You do such amazing work, Tony. It looks peaceful enough, but this is you. Is there, by any chance, some sea monsters or aliens lurking just out of sight, waiting to gobble up anyone unfortunate enough to find themselves on those islands? Or to perform weird experiments on them?Or is all as it appears?
Stunning piece, Tony!
Love this alien landscape, Tony! :) Must be fun to play with Mask! *I'm sooo jealous* hehehe! :) Hope you and family will have the most wonderful Christmas. :)
Actually, I didn't use the Photoshop mask- though I had called Elena to ask her how. (I wanted to combine the image and a blurred version of the same image) I just used the blur tool to get the effect I wanted.
Imagining what is out there... wishing you and your family a very merry christmas
fantastic piece of work.. very atmospheric.seasons greetings!
A genius with Photoshop!
SANTA'S BEEN!SANTA'S BEEN!SANTA'S BEEN!Merry Christmas Tony!!!!
This is beautiful! Fantastic job!I hope your Christmas day went well and you and your family had a wonderful day.
Wow - this is remarkable! Yes, we were on the same wavelength.Have a great new year!
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