Discussion in 'It's About the Art!' started by HiveWire3D, Dec 10, 2015.
Lovely renders Bonnie and Carey!
I travel about town with three of my parrots that I have trained for ten years, I educate people about birds and why they should be enjoyed in the wild, not caged, especially birds of the macaw and cockatoo families, I know my trained birds make people want them, but I explain about the time it took to train them and show them why the frustration they feel in not having the life they were meant to live always hounds them!!!
Used Ken's Pigeon.
Summer Breeze by tparo posted Jun 27, 2018 at 9:56 PM
That's a really nice render.
YES VERY NICELY DONE
Crows have culture!
Crows 'reverse engineer' tools from memory: study
Crows, Ravens and Jays are all very smart... but then again, even pigeons are capable of higher math (which is more than I can say for some humans I've met)
Pigeons are pretty good spotters as well..
The Coast Guard intends to spend $146,000 over the next two years to train a "rescue squab" of pigeons to find people lost at sea.
A Navy report just released says that in experiments, pigeons strapped on a helicopter outdid Coast Guard air crews every time in spotting objects tossing on the ocean's surface.
Homing pigeons are amazing! I bet they could find people at sea.
Hey, stop talking about me...lol
Okay, I'm lost at sea for three days, suddenly a pigeon lands on my shoulder and starts cooing, now I am torn, do I try to write a message and tie it to the pigeons leg or have squab for lunch...lol
Mother's Goose by Carey posted Jun 29, 2018 at 8:04 PM
Pidgeons are very clever. Even armies used to use them for delivering messages and even mail.
I bought Kens Penguins (I call them Kenguins ) a few days ago. First render of an Emperor Penguin diving. The bubbles are one from Badkings splash set and the water surface is a Plane that I applied an alpha on to give a slight turbulent look. The lighting is a cold winter sky HDRI.