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Score
4.43 / 5.00

Date
02/07/2011
Category
3D Art
File Info
1920 x 1200 px
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2.7 mb
Tags
tree
peace
ocean
alone

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a peaceful place..

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fake-botfake-bot

Rated 4 / 5 stars Feb 9, 2011

looks good

but it would be better if it was pixelated more, but thats just my opinion, also like the feeling of the place it looks like it is in the middle of nothing (in this case it is a plus :))


AnthonyRichardWalker responds:

it's suppose to be very subtle in small view, as is the grain. in wallpaper (large) view it should be obvious. i'm glad u like it tho :D


RiflemanJoeRiflemanJoe

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 9, 2011

w00t!

Looks like I found a new desktop background!



cosmicwhalecosmicwhale

Rated 5 / 5 stars Feb 8, 2011

Hrmm...

Hrmm... you could have made the pixellation thing more obvious, but otherwise this is really sweet...



B220B220

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 8, 2011

amazing, but low-resolution clouds

Picture is just amazing!! Breathtaking look at the tree. Why are clouds so pixeled? Try upload it again in better resolution. ;)


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AnthonyRichardWalker responds:

thnx! the clouds are suppose to look pixelated on the left side tho, it helps simplify the nothingness..


m1kclarkm1kclark

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Feb 8, 2011

Great! But there are odd things

I love the composition, and I really like the details in the leaves (particles, I assume?), and you chose some really good textures.
I'm a bit baffled, however, about the high-contrast noise that you layered on top. (This seems to be a style choice of yours, and I'm just curious why). Also, there are the square blocks around the water and clouds, but not on the rocks and tree. It looks like a weird JPEG encoding, but it also looks deliberate. Again, I'm curious.


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AnthonyRichardWalker responds:

i'm glad u like it. but i use the noise/grain overlay to give the background some added detail for large views and wallpapers, it really only shows up on the background water & sky to give it more of a bright, fantasy dream look. the left side of this image had nothing going on for it so i added the pixelated boxes under the grain to simplify the look but under the grain so it didn't look too much like bad distortion. i make most of my images for wallpapers, so i'm always thinking in full view detail but try to make it subtle enough that it's not too noticeable in small view. thnx for the review :D