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Airplane made in 3Ds Max. Rendered with Mental Ray.

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You know your stuff

You really know your stuff here this was another amazing piece where you design some very realistic pieces and with this one was some extra shine on the plane where the lighting comes it but besides that this was just amazing work and I look forward to even more from you so keep doing what you do I'll keep an eye out for more from you

~~THINGS TO IMPROVE ON~~
More shine off the plane

~X~

An impressively realistic airplane rendition! And with a beautiful sky behind it. Nice work.

-cd-

It really good, but its CG. If you go on his website it says it was rendered in 3DS max.

It seems like you took a break from drawing animals and instead decided to draw an aircraft. I honestly think that you may in fact be my favorite artist on this entire website. No one is able to depict things as realistically as you can. Hollywood needs to hire you right now to show off your great genius! You put some CGI to shame. Even the clouds are done realistically.

I like how there's no people or anyone else in this. It gives you a true sense of lonliness. Maybe this airplane appears at the start of a certain apocalypse? The way the sun reflects is fantastic as well. I am so sad that you only submitted four drawings here. You should win every award out there for these.

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Get-lost
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Score
4.63 / 5.00

Uploaded
Nov 22, 2010
5:18 AM EST
Category
3D Art
File Info
1025 x 587 px
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156.4 KB

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