View Full Version : train crashing through wall
24-09-2004, 08:15 PM
this is a scene i recreated from a poster, actually happened in france, i think.
I could have kept going on this, just like any other image i suppose, but got to go try something new now.
25-09-2004, 06:05 AM
25-09-2004, 06:06 AM
add a filmgrain
25-09-2004, 09:04 AM
ohh, I'm liking this alot:) :) .Great work fella, nicely lit and the modeling is excellent. Very clean image....gets the thumbs up from me:D
25-09-2004, 10:53 AM
I agree with Downup plus Ill add some more. I think you should also give it that nice tan look that old pictures have added with the flim grain, PLUS..lol...maybe have rips/tears in the photo to give more to the effect. Right now it looks ok as black and white but it doesnt quite look like how a black and white photo should look. Meaning it seems to clean and fake I guess you could say. So maybe with those effects added it could proabably add more dimension to your render. Nice modeling.
i think it looks better that its not photorealistic. Lets u appreciate all of the detail work when its so nice and clean. I love the idea of it too..
26-09-2004, 01:49 PM
I love those statues next to the clock.
28-09-2004, 01:56 PM
damn that's nice man
28-09-2004, 04:01 PM
Look good, the only thing I been thinking off is that the train seem to be in the middle of that "window" still only 50% of the bars is pushed outwards. :)
04-10-2004, 12:10 AM
I actually saw the picture in a Quebec restaurant, in Joliette if I remember well.
The real pic I talking about was taken from the other side, and I thought it was in St-Lazare Station, Paris.
05-10-2004, 01:47 PM
Thanks everyone, I did think about putting a filmgrain on it and tearing it up a little bit, but my main concern was the 3D work. I didnít want to spend too long on the image because im trying to get put a 3D portfolio together so as I can get a job in the industry. At the moment I do flash, photoshop and web stuff. Really want to get into 3D In a big way. I know my texturing isnít up to the same level as my other 3D abilities, any ideas where I can get some advanced texturing tutorials, videos or books?? I have digital texturing and painting, just about to start reading it but would also like something more hands on. Plus any ideas on what type of stuff I should be doing? High poly, low poly? Cars?
Thanks again everyone, any info would be greatly appreciated
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