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Nature's Wonders Sneak Peek Thread

Szark

Awesome
Now I have to go a buy Ultra Scatter Pro to make an image that just sprung to mind after seeing these and using these fishies. :p
 

Ken Gilliland

Extraordinary
HW3D Exclusive Artist
Thank-you for all the comments. The transparency added to the fins did wonders. It added just enough imperfection to add to the realism.

The Poser FF version is done, so I'll do the conversions for DS starting tomorrow and hopefully have this set wrapped up by the end of the weekend. Your seabirds will no longer go hungry.

Anchovy.jpg
 

DanaTA

Energetic
They look sad...except for that one, second down from the top, on the bottom stack. He looks angry! It could be because his mouth is open, and the eye is partially covered by the fish above him.

Dana
 

Ken Gilliland

Extraordinary
HW3D Exclusive Artist
I sent off my stinky fish last week to HW's Quality Assurance team so they'll soon be available to feed your hungry birds, HW pets, Dawn and Dusk, or simply stink up your runtime.

I did this piece for the main promo image featuring some Greater and Lesser Scaups, a Redhead and Ruddy Ducks (all from SBRM Waterfowl2: Sea and Diving Ducks) foraging on Nerd3D's "Waves at the Beach" rendered in Iray.

iray-fishtin12.jpg
 

Szark

Awesome
looking good. ;)

and I just has some sardines on toast with ground black pepper corns, yummmmm
 
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Harimau

Eager
For a future installment in your frogs series, I hope you will include this interesting family of frogs, the Glass Frogs. The glass frogs are a group of small arboreal frogs of the family Centrolenidae. The general background colour of most glass frogs is primarily lime green. The abdominal skin of some members of this family is transparent and the internal organs are visible through it. Here are some images:

glass_frog.jpg

glassfrog_hyalinobatrachiumtaylori_small.jpg

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Glass_frog_Cochranella-granulosa-e1415939130740_small.jpg
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Glass-Frog-Eggs-VIV149.jpg
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