|13 Nov 2002|| Leah Capitini|
....Wow. That is just too gorgeous! You could probably smooth over the picture in Photoshop (I would suggest blurring it a bit, as it has that very sharp and rendered look to it-- of course, that's what it is, isn't it? hehe). Anna Olender
replies: "of course! i cant draw lines that straight but you're right, it does need some smoother lines, and i really hate those trees i'll have to see what i can do with it..."
|8 Dec 2002|| Ann Amedyr Wright|
What a lovely place. Anna Olender
replies: "it's quite a peacful little haven for my elves glad you like it"
|12 Dec 2002|| Joanna Cheung|
The second I saw this, I knew I had to comment ^^ This is such a beautiful piece. I love all of the small details like the vines and the flowers on the ground.. the colours, just everything Anna Olender
replies: "thank you, but i give all the credit to bryce5 its an awsome rendering program, especially for those of us who dont have days and weeks to play around with this kind of stuff, this picture didnt take long at all, i pretty much just assembled shapes.. but i like how it turned out, and i'm glad you enjoyed the scene"
|20 Dec 2002|| John Teall|
It takes a while to build up a catalogue of 'geometries'. but the beauty is that you don't have to build everything in the same space or build it again every time you want to 'populate' another space with it. there are even some that are free in places like 3d cafe. like a chair. or a table. you can build a table. as a seperate object. not where you're going to use it. just by itself. add all the maping details to it. but not lights. except temporarily to check it. then from the space you're going to use it, import it whole. not using brice i don't know the details of how bryce handles doing this but i'm pretty sure it does. in autocad this is called insert block. then you cand do the same with a chair. you only need to insert the chair block once and then copy it for however many chairs you need. position them from above to get them where you want them that way and then from the side to get the hight of their position where you want it. then go back to you're stored 3d perspective and check it. if it looks close enough in wireframe then envoke render and turn it loose and go make coffee or something else.
well that's basicly what i do. you can add those things to this file. and then just reshoot it. everything you build can be saved and used in something else. many times in many ways ... ~ Anna Olender
replies: "yup, its a good idea, i've actually started a file where i'm gathering all the stuff i put together, the only thing with this picture is that the walls are a bit odd, they really do fan out like that, and i messed with the camera angle before starting so its all very very confused.. and also lack of space on my computer and lack of time for fun stuff restricts my 'creativity' but i'll work on it.. thanx for the suggestions"
|22 Oct 2003|| Pixie|
the house looks built from marble
and elves are good marblemasons
so this is a good good thing Anna Olender
replies: "i never knew elves specialized in marble, perhaps they will decide to build me more houses to illustrate "