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Apr 21, 2014 | 4:20 AM EDT
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3D Art
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1280 x 720 px
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mountain
house
nature
wilderness

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A house is alone in the wild. Who lives there? By the looks of the clouds, it's cold. Perhaps a sign of rain or a storm?

It's been months since my last submission. I'm doing stuff. Thangs. ...Like watching The Walking Dead.

The image is at 720p because my computer isn't powerful enough to render the grass at full HD 1080p without having to wait maybe 1.5 - 2+? days. I really do need a new motherboard, CPU and a graphics card because integrated graphics suck. Yeah, doing this was a big pain. I never really rendered grass before so I had to render this a bunch of times and change the settings for the render and blah blah blah. Big story blah. Also Blah Blah is crazy on HIMYM.

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aaarinatoraaarinator

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

woah this is friggin great thats all I have to say


Lusin responds:

Not just friggin great. It is legen-wait for it... Dary!


maddude13maddude13

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Great semi realistic detail here. It looks a little over bright...might be me. But realistic shots tend to have more of a dull-ish look due to sun light, not artificial brightness. But the detail level here looks great, really.


Lusin responds:

Great. Thanks. Now that I look at this again, it is very bright.

Edit 8/26/2014: I photoshopped the brightness out. You were right. It was too bright so I dug through my hard drive, found the photoshop file and got to editing it. I redid some stuff like side bars on the top and bottom of the picture but the clouds especially. I got rid of the happy, overly bright look of the plains and gave it a more rainy, darker lonely look.