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Done in 3Delight and postworked in GIMP
I am trying out night scenes again!
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I find night scenes very difficult, having the balance of having a point of interest lit correctly but still having enough light for the rest of the scene seems particularly difficult. This render works well as the food stall is well lit and creates interest while the seated women can still be seen with ease. Well Done.


well, you never know when you need a bandaid :inverted:
Spaceman in Carrara

This reminds me of the good old UFO tv series where the astronauts had a special paste to fix accidental holes in their spacesuits :)


My BF and I have been watching Dragonball and it reminded me how much I loved Yamcha as a kid, so I decided to try my hand at dialing him up. It's nothing too exciting, just something quick so I could share. He's a G8M rendered in DS.



Dances with Bees
HW Honey Bear
Professors Snape and McGonagall polyjuice as the Dursleys, and see Harry off through the barrier at Platform 9 3/4. The Malfoys are already on the platform and Draco hauls Harry off to a compartment, introducing him to his friends Crabbe and Goyle. Or perhaps that should be; introducing him to the sons of his father's retainers, Crabbe and Goyle.

Their first "adventure" is some time later when a tearful Neville Longbottom turns up looking for his toad. Harry remembers a spell for summoning a familiar in a book of his father's which is in his trunk. So they haul the trunk down, find the book, and Harry encourages a doubtful Neville to try it.

It works to perfection. Neville is delighted, Draco is reluctantly impressed, and they all settle down for lunch.

In 2011:

And in 2020:

Miss B

Drawing Life 1 Pixel at a Time
Nice render JV, though I don't think I'd have the patience for a 6 hour render.