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Post  Chapel on Mon Dec 15, 2014 11:35 am

Tried out different things in this image:

Wet streets, growing ivy, different lighting effects and a few other variations of colouring, but this black-and-white came out the best.
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Post  BnBGobo99 on Wed Dec 17, 2014 10:43 pm

Wow--this is a throwback, I'm glad to see you work on this once again! It came out great--the headlight beams especially, you nailed the mix of atmospherics with the mood and tone of the image. Moving the vehicle off center was a good idea as well--it allows our mind to mentally "drive" the car down the roadway and off the image's edge. Also, the dark doors and barrels gave a contrasting balance to the dominating light on the left. This image works great in b/w.

I'm curious if you do other art mediums or software outside of Blender?
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Post  Chapel on Mon Dec 22, 2014 7:46 am

Thank you, B Smile

I would love to learn to draw things, but I find it hard to find time for it. Tried inkscape and Gimp, but for now I'm restricting my self to just one thing - Blender.
I know many of you guys have expanded your artistic horizon with great results, and maybe - one day I'll find time too.
(I am working on another project - creating a book/movie, but it is totally unrelated to Blender. For copyright reasons I can not share the content, but it is quite timeconsuming).
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Post  Xraygunner on Fri Dec 26, 2014 1:12 am

I hear that, Chapel! I'm trying to limit what I do to this monstrous drawing (well there's actually two...) that I've been working on for way too long. Oh, well. How else to progress forward? Smile
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