Desert Gas Station

By Eugenio Garcia

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Date Added: 13th August 2011
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artecnl@gmail.com  
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Hi, i want to share my last image, was done for a photo production with a model, thanks to Lucy for the inspiration :)
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Sayell (Forums) on Fri, 16 September 2011 3:27pm
wow, cool i like it
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Kiran on Fri, 16 September 2011 6:45am
its, look like real i like it.
is that done with 3ds max
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TranceKatt on Fri, 19 August 2011 9:21pm
Need to rotate or change Cactus instead of cloning. The 2 on right are identical. Also no haze on lightbulbs in daylight. Great piece of artwork, keep up the good work.
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Alex on Mon, 15 August 2011 9:33pm
This is excellent. The only thing I noticed that looked odd was the fence on the left side of the gas station. The fence is floating off of the ground and you can tell by the shadows. Adding those finishing touches can lead us to make shortcuts. What can help when completing a project with this much detail, is stepping away from the project for a while and coming back to it re-energized. Again, awesome work!
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Keith Wells on Mon, 15 August 2011 3:54pm
loooots of nice detail. My only crit would be the mountains in the background look a bit too sharp and clear, maybe some dof or haze would help sell it a bit more, other than that really nice.
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Ivan Rojo on Sun, 14 August 2011 12:48am
Man, you are crazy! this 3d scene is awesome! a turtle hahaha :D nice!
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Kimmo Kaunela on Sat, 13 August 2011 6:36am
Very nice. I like the lighting.
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