Carrara Challenge X - “Past hopes and present nostalgia”. Voting thread is closed

PhilemoPhilemo Posts: 329
edited July 2014 in Carrara Discussion

Until now, this thread was for submission only. Now, it's for voting only.
Votes will Close: on 9:00 PM MT July 14th, 2014

See WIP thread for this challenge setup.

Each entry should have at least the following items

Entry #[nr]

Artist: [name]

Title: [entry title]

Wips:
[list of Wip posts]

Items created:
[list of items used in the scene and created by the artist]

Credits:
[list of items used in the scene and created by others]

Postwork:
[description of any post render done]

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  • d-j-od-j-o Posts: 337
    edited December 1969

    Entry #1

    Artist: kashyyyk

    Title:Robby Sissorhands

    Wips:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/627190/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/628102/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/629147/

    Items created:
    I created everything in the vertex modeler. The tree I used the plant editor with weird settings to give a crooked trunk (you can't see because of the leaves) and strange leave settings too for that fan look.

    Credits:
    Phils cloud domes, futurcar in the reflection and supplied carrara shaders

    Postwork:
    Depth of field in photoshop

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  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 7,688
    edited June 2014

    Entry # 2.

    Artist: evilproducer.

    Title: The City of Zed: Completing Her Father's Quest.

    WIPs:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P45/#630706

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P60/#631010

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P90/#632779

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P90/#632813

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P90/#633393

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P105/#633429

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P105/#633465

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P105/#634024

    Items Created: I created the temple structure and built the shaders for it. I built the vine "trunks" in the vertex modeler and added the branches which were custom made in the plant editor via surface replicator, I built the ferns and painted the texture with the 3D paint tool, I created the boulders in the vertex modeler and built the textures using Carrara's procedural shaders, I painted a height map in Photoshop for the main terrain and customized the Tapui shader preset (in the Terrain Shader directory), I built "bark" pieces and added them to the surface of a customized Palm tree preset to create a Date Palm type tree, I used the terrain generator to create some custom mounds on either side of the temple. Custom designed atmosphere and custom built volumetric clouds.

    Credits: I used DAZ 3D's V4 with morphs++ to create the Tomb Raider style figure. I used a heavily modified clothing set available in the DAZ 3d store called, Shadow Dancer for V4. I used a modified Ponytail dynamic hair ponytail preset from the Objects Browser-->Hair-->Samples.

    Postwork: adjustment layer created using a depth pass to desaturate the palm leaves on the left side of the image, a volume pass combined with the depth pass to create a slight DOF, clone tool to clean up collision artifacts with the replicated ferns and the replicated boulders (see my last WIP).

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  • diomedediomede Posts: 2,317
    edited June 2014

    Entry # 3

    Artist: Dimede64

    Title: Saving the Forests: Tribute to Silent Running

    Wips:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P60
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P90
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P120

    Items created:
    Robot is mostly a spline object, but it has some vertex meshes and primitives grouped together. Per the challenge, the 3D Paint tool was used to paint the "03" on the robot's grill. Per the challenge, there are several custom plants. I also made some custom leaves by using a grid in the vertex modeler, editing to the desired shape, and applying color gradients with the "global" tab. The trowel is a vertex object. The star field is just an infinite plane with a custom shader (colorful gradient in color and glow channels, spots in the alpha channel). Similarly, the dome is a simple vertex sphere with the superstructure created by using the shader.

    Credits:
    The planet Jupiter is from Juice3D's solar system in the Daz store.

    Postwork:
    none

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  • d-j-od-j-o Posts: 337
    edited July 2014

    Entry #4 (fixed sorry!)

    Artist: kashyyyk

    Title:59 Caddy

    Wips:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/631314/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/632107/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/633445/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/634643/

    Items created:
    I created the rear end of the car in vertex editer, the row of trees along the back of the image are two different trees made with the editor, plus there is a set off the the left for reflections. Using the multi channel mixer I used a car paint shader with a rusty metal texture with just a blender value % for the final shader, and the silver shader with another rusty image with cellular blender. Terrain editor for the distant hills

    Credits:
    HowieFarkes's Country Lane grassy cover, hedge and weed, Maple Meadows flowers, Art Garbage- Tires, wood and cans, Tire Rim from automotive supplies and Lisa Indian Grass. And last for the ground texture I used from Bryce, David Brinnen and Horo's Ground Texture Tiles and Matching Terrain

    Postwork:
    Depth of field in photoshop

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  • SileneUKSileneUK Posts: 631
    edited July 2014

    Entry #5
    Artist: SileneUK
    Title: Final Salute - A Paratrooper Remembers D-Day

    WIPs:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/631655/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/632615/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/633300/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/635473/


    Thanks to all who helped. Thanks especially to VARSEL for your ShareCG medals which I simply re-mapped. I never could have created those and they are a main feature. The scene was based on an iconic image recently in the news here combined with a 'cartoon' illustration I saw in a newspaper showing a vet in a cemetery saluting his buried comrades. Below link is the old vet I used for my model and tried to copy the details:

    http://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/images/75339000/jpg/_75339370_glover.jpg

    EDITED TO FOLLOW LIST FORMAT:

    Items Created:
    Terrain is a plane with hair-grass. Created a spline for the headstone and texture mapped the front with an actual Paratrooper's gravestone from the British section of Bayeux Cemetery. Re-mixed a granite shader from Carrara to get the right colour for the rest of the stone. Trees are all evergreens created in plant editor, and made his cane from a plant editor tree trunk that I evened out then modified to bend like an old fashioned cane. Background is a hedgerow meadows scene from the internet with WW2 British paratroopers blended in PS and projected onto a vertex flattened cube. Made the poppies in vertex and used a photo for a map from the net. Hair and beard done in Carrara Hair. Recreated his paratrooper regimental badge for the beret and tie. Made new texture maps for Varsel's medals to match real British medals given to WW2 servicemen.

    Credits:
    The old vet is based on Mec4D's Great Wizard for Genesis 2 wearing the M4 Business Suit & Beret both by Predatron from DAZ shop. Varsel's US Service medals from ShareCG. Images and ribbons from the net to convert to British medals.

    Postwork:
    The M4 Business Suit needed "tailoring"in postwork to get the cuffs to fit properly to Genesis2 figure. Adjusted brightness of tears and contrast of background image

    It's not equal to the other entries in the field, but it pushed me to try new techniques and to learn lots from the experts here....so cheers for that! It's just fun to try and participate. I have to leave it now as is as I have work due...wish I could have done more with the garden rows of roses and lavender that are actually between the headstone rows in the real Bayeaux cemetery. So much art to create, so little time!

    :) Silene

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  • DUDUDUDU Posts: 1,285
    edited December 1969

    Entry nr: 6
    Author (No Artist): DUDU
    Title: Woodstock

    I made several versions and it's my wife who selected this one…
    Compared to the wip, I added two plants of cannabis to give some depth, and a halo to have a psychedelic effect with the light.

    Home made objects (in Carrara only):
    - The stage and its shaders, loudspeakers, some technical elements (feet of microphones, cables, pedal wah wah, spots…)
    - The organ is an extremely modified Carrara content.
    - Two plants of cannabis (thanks to the weblinks of Philemo: http://www.3dmd.net/gallery/index-22.html

    Credits:
    - The Jimi's guitar is from Herminio (ShareCG)
    - The two other guitars and the battery plus a microphone are objects of the Carrara library.
    - M3, M4 and Diego for the musicians with Carrara hairs (thank you EP!).
    For clothing, sorry but I don't classify them in files with the name of the manufacturer, thus I don't know…
    - The public: Predatron Loretta and Lorenzo Lo-Rez.

    WIP' s links:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/629545/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/630439/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/632498/

    Render one pass, No postwork.

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  • DUDUDUDU Posts: 1,285
    edited July 2014

    Entry nr: 7
    Author (No Artist): DUDU
    Title: Homage to Jimi.

    Everyone is unanimous to say that the musicians of my other entry are not emphasized and I am of agreement, therefore here is one which I appreciate more particularly…


    My objects:
    - Plant of cannabis: Carrara tree trunk and leaves thanks to the weblinks of Philemo: http://www.3dmd.net/gallery/index-22.html
    - The hair (with the assistance of EP)
    - The stringcourse in the hair (vertex)
    - The collar “Peace and love” (spline)
    - The smoke is a simple plan with an image which I carried out in Combustion for the shader.

    Credits:
    - The guitar: from Herminio (ShareCG), except the cable and the strap which are home made.
    - DAZ M4
    - Clothes (?) textured by me.


    WIP' S links:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/629545/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/630274/

    Render one pass, No postwork.

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    Post edited by DUDU on
  • StezzaStezza Posts: 1,055
    edited December 1969

    Entry #8

    Artist: Stezza

    Title: We don't need a Delorean

    Wips:
    www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/632131/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/632133/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/632135/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/632140/

    Items created:
    Old car, seats, barrels, BTTF type exhaust thingy, plant and Carrara hair

    Credits:
    Liquid Pack by:JoLab1985 ( modified )
    Kangaroo by Allesandro_am
    Badlands by Dartanbeck
    Bat by Silverkey
    MCCpro master shaders
    Starry night by Dartanbeck
    Daz Genesis & 50's clothing

    Postwork:
    Using PSE11 & duplicating layers I added lense flair filters, radial & motion blur filters..

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  • diomedediomede Posts: 2,317
    edited December 1969

    Entry #9

    Artist: Diomede64

    Title: E.T. Pulp Cover

    Wips:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P195
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P165

    Items created:
    E.T. figure, dress for Aiko6, custom plants, basket for bike

    Credits:
    the BMX bike, Ringo’s shaders for Aiko6, and Jenny hair by SWAM. The moon is from a pic of the moon placed in the color channel and the glow channel.

    Postwork:
    combined multiple renders into a single render by using shader mixers - including toon and photorealistic renders

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  • VarselVarsel Posts: 346
    edited December 1969

    Entry # 10

    Artist : Varsel

    Title : Space Living

    Wips :
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/629699/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/631505/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/631615/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/632396/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/633018/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/635526/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/637250/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/637619/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/637944/
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/viewreply/638987/

    For the creation of the differente items I have used ArchiTool, for the buildings, The Vertex modeller, And Anything Goos for shading.
    The ISS IV is created in the plant editor, and converted into a vertex object, for some minor adjustments.
    The forground dome is all adjustet plants, and something recycled from a previous contest.

    In the background dome I have used trees from http://www.daz3d.com/ecomantics-efficient-ecosystems by DimensionTheory.
    Predatrons Lorenzo and Loretta has also been used, and his LoRez Dog as well.

    No Postwork.

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  • head waxhead wax Posts: 2,915
    edited July 2014

    Entry #11

    Artist: headwax.

    Title:"The Adventures of Monkey Boy."

    Wips:
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P180/#637563
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P105/#633750
    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P75/#632338

    the unadulterated imagery is here

    http://www.daz3d.com/forums/discussion/42599/P180/#637567

    Items created:

    The jet cylinders, the back rest and strap. I painted them both in Carrara's paint tool. The rest of his gear I smashed up from various steam punk objects I purchased. I kitbashed the vertex model of Urban Sprawl and added some bill boards with some of my earlier renders.


    Credits:

    I used some M3 clothes (daedaulus Sky Mercenary) on K4, fitting them in xdresser then taking them into Poser to clean up the fall off zones etc.
    Also used daz's working class clothes for M4 via the same method.
    Buildings are Stonemason's excellent Urban Sprawl. Vines from his enchanted forest. And his Jungle Ruins.
    Cars were various Daz vehicles.
    The steam punk vehicles I mashed up for the jet pack were Iron Wasp and quite a few bits and pieces I found in carrara's objects folder - eg phone cables, there was another....?

    K4 morph by Mech4d Homo Erectus.
    I made big use of Fenrick's plugins - especially duplicate tree, shader doctor, and select next or previous in the instances tree.


    Postwork:

    I rendered out several passes including shadows, coverage, object index, depth and used those to isolate different parts of the image.
    For flames, fogs, smoke I used a few of Ron Deviney's wonderfullent brushes,
    Fixed up the poke through with clone tool in PS.
    Copied my protagonist using object index to isolate him then motion blurred that to make him look like he was moving slighly,
    Reverse selected that and gaussian blurred the background,
    For subtle motion blur on the motors I did radial blur copied it wtice and set one layer to multiply, the other to screen
    Fine tuned the image tonal range and detail contrast in Oloneo HDR software (also the image saturation) , took the result in painter x3 and auto cloned it to take the cg edge of the whole, then back in photoshop changed the opacity of that layer till it was a subtle, copied the whole then tweaked the levels , yadadayada :)
    I then rendered some of emperor kens excellent birds and overlayed them on the whole and blurred them out with motion blur. I chucked a few butterflies in as well but they got blown away in the slip stream...

    Thanks so much Philemo, you did a grande job on running this show. And of course to Daz and our sponsorr Howie Farkes :) The quality of the renders just keep getting better and betterererer!

    :)

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  • PhilemoPhilemo Posts: 329
    edited December 1969

    Hi to all.

    Submission is now closed.

    Now is voting time. I know it's not that easy as all submissions do have something worth voting for.

    Remember, you can vote for 3 entries, plus 2 nominations for honourable mention. You can vote twice for the same artist, as long it's for 2 different entries.

    I wish you a good voting time ;-)

    Voting will end next Monday 9pm MT.

  • head waxhead wax Posts: 2,915
    edited December 1969

    Yes lots of great and wondrous work, thanks Philemo!

  • d-j-od-j-o Posts: 337
    edited December 1969

    Wow, great jobs everyone!! Philemo, great job hosting this. Great theme and was a lot of fun. Thanks too, to Daz and HowieFarkes.

    My votes-
    evilproducer. #2 The City of Zed: Completing Her Father’s Quest.
    Stezza #8 We don’t need a Delorean
    headwax. #11 “The Adventures of Monkey Boy.”

    HM-
    Dimede64 #3 Saving the Forests: Tribute to Silent Running
    Varsel #10 Space Living

    Sorry I couldn't vote for them all, DUDU_00001 & SileneUK- great subjects and content

  • VarselVarsel Posts: 346
    edited December 1969

    There are all great entries, but having to pick some it had to be:

    Entry #5
    Artist: SileneUK
    Title: Final Salute - A Paratrooper Remembers D-Day

    Entry nr: 7
    Author (No Artist): DUDU
    Title: Homage to Jimi.

    Entry #4
    Artist: kashyyyk
    Title:59 Caddy

  • diomedediomede Posts: 2,317
    edited July 2014

    Wonderful contributions. Literally, they are full of wonder. Great job participants, and thanks to Daz, Philemo, and Howie Farkes.

    My votes are

    #2 EvilProducer, City of Zed

    #6 Dudu, Woodstock

    #7 Dudu, Homage to Jimi

    Edit: Oops. I hadn't voted for honorable mention. If allowed to update, I vote for #11 Headwax, Adventures of Monkeyboy.

    Post edited by diomede on
  • DUDUDUDU Posts: 1,285
    edited December 1969

    It is very awkward to have to make a choice when all the entries are of quality… I hope that there will be also people who do not take part in this challenge which will vote!

    Entry # 2.
    Artist: evilproducer.
    Title: The City of Zed: Completing Her Father’s Quest

    Superb work of a astonishing realism !

    Entry #8
    Artist: Stezza
    Title: We don’t need a Delorean

    For the quality of the render and the excellent work of modeling and composition.

    Entry #5
    Artist: SileneUK
    Title: Final Salute - A Paratrooper Remembers D-Day
    For the choice of the topic and the unusual emotion which is coming out from the image.

    A mention for Entry #4/kashyyyk/59 Caddy and Varsel/Entry # 10/Space Living room

    I also liked the others entries, beautiful work every body !

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 7,688
    edited December 1969

    It is very awkward to have to make a choice when all the entries are of quality… I hope that there will be also people who do not take part in this challenge which will vote!

    I agree with you! So many nice renders. I'll have to think this over for a couple days. I also hope others come in and take a look, even if they didn't enter! I know when I hosted, I tried not to spam, but I really promoted the thread in the Commons, at the Carrara Cafe and Renderosity.

  • head waxhead wax Posts: 2,915
    edited July 2014

    wow, I keep going to vote and then I change my mind!! I'm going to mimic DUDU_00001 here.

    Entry # 2. Artist: evilproducer.
    Title: The City of Zed: Completing Her Father’s Quest

    love the atmosphere: an A plus render

    Entry #8 Artist: Stezza
    Title: We don’t need a Delorean

    love the exploding tree

    Entry #5 Artist: SileneUK
    Title: Final Salute - A Paratrooper Remembers D-Day

    I think this image represents the theme beautifully

    Hon Mentions:


    Entry #4 Artist: kashyyyk Title:59 Caddy: wonderful composition, modelling texturing
    Entry nr: 7 Author DUDU Title: Homage to Jimi. Captures the time and place and the ' laid backness' of the era magically.

    thanks again to our wonderful host and Howie and Daz :)

    PS also love the concept and cute robot in Entry # 3 Artist: Dimede64 Title: Saving the Forests: Tribute to Silent Running (silent running being a favourite film from the dark past)

    great to see carraraists producing such fine images!

    chow :)

    Post edited by head wax on
  • DartanbeckDartanbeck Posts: 6,943
    edited December 1969

    Always a tough call on these contests.
    Here's what I've ended up with after a LOT of consideration:

    Entry # 2.

    Artist: evilproducer.

    Title: The City of Zed: Completing Her Father’s Quest.

    Entry #11

    Artist: headwax.

    Title:“The Adventures of Monkey Boy.”

    Entry #4 (fixed sorry!)

    Artist: kashyyyk

    Title:59 Caddy

    To everyone else,
    I love seeing your wonderful WIPs and final renders.
    Please keep going for it! Everyone here is always on the brink of stealing the vote from another... so keep up the practice... keep trying and submitting... keep building these awesome Carrara scenes! Although we have to come up with a final vote, it can be pretty hard to do, since there's some amazing work going on here!

    Best of luck to everyone, and Thanks to Howie Farkes and DAZ 3D for sponsoring, and thanks for the excellent hosting by Philemo!

    Philemo, I really tried to make the deadline, but fell short. Really sorry, my friend!

  • PhilemoPhilemo Posts: 329
    edited December 1969

    I agree with you! So many nice renders. I'll have to think this over for a couple days. I also hope others come in and take a look, even if they didn't enter! I know when I hosted, I tried not to spam, but I really promoted the thread in the Commons, at the Carrara Cafe and Renderosity.

    I agree with you. I was waiting to have some vote already cast before doing it (as a guideline for new comers).

    Post in the commons
    Post in Rendo

  • SileneUKSileneUK Posts: 631
    edited July 2014

    So many great choices and a lot of neat work. I'd urge everyone voting to check out the WIPs if they haven't.

    When under construction, these contest entries are just as fascinating to me! I must confess to not posting many myself... but I really admire the skill used and following the details of designing a scene is a great learning tool as well. It was hard to choose this time... really hard!

    Entry # 2.
    Artist: evilproducer.
    Title: The City of Zed: Completing Her Father’s Quest
    Amazing use of plants to create the jungle around and in the temple, I learned much from your WIPs.

    Entry # 10
    Artist : Varsel
    Title : Space Living
    I followed how you put this together... love these green oases thriving in dark space.

    Entry #11
    Artist: headwax.
    Title: “The Adventures of Monkey Boy.”
    It's prehistoric... 2001 Space Odessy.... Planet of the Apes.... great atmosphere, cool WIPs for detail

    Equal Honourable Mentions:
    Entry #6
    Author DUDU
    Title: Woodstock
    Talking 'bout my generation here, I could smell the vibes

    Entry #4
    Artist: kashyyyk
    Title:59 Caddy
    I remember the big fin Caddys and other GM cars (we had a 59 Buick), great rust effect

    Post edited by SileneUK on
  • AntaraAntara Posts: 385
    edited December 1969

    My votes:

    #2 by evilproducer: The City of Zed: Completing Her Father’s Quest.
    That render is simply breathtaking. One of the best contextual uses of atmospheric effects I've seen in 3D. I can really feel the longing for the past glory in this image. And excellently executed, too.

    #11 by headwax: “The Adventures of Monkey Boy.”
    There is so much story and back-story in this single 2D frame that I want to read it like a book. Brilliant!

    #8 by Stezza: We don’t need a Delorean.
    That image is so much fun, and the details are all well-fitted.

    Honourable Mentions:

    # 6 by DUDU: Woodstock
    That image definitely gets its point across :) The eye-hurting colors are for once the most fitting choice for this story, and I just love how it all comes together to portray the mood and internalized perception. I think it's the best expression of that very internal, embellished through somewhat distorted memories, idealistic feeling of nostalgia in this mix of entries.

    #4 by kashyyyk: 59 Caddy
    Love the modeling and texturing here. The lighting is great, and the concept is excellently portrayed and executed. Great image.

  • PhilemoPhilemo Posts: 329
    edited December 1969

    Hi to all
    You still have 3 days to vote for those who haven't done so yet ;-)
    I know it's not easy with all those high quality entries, but it can be done nonetheless :-)

  • bighbigh Posts: 5,517
    edited December 1969

    they are all good - would like to vote - but want to vote for some one that
    has not won before .
    it is worth a nice sum .

  • ncampncamp Posts: 333
    edited December 1969

    Hard Choices. Here are my votes:

    Entry # 2
    Artist: evilproducer.
    Title: The City of Zed: Completing Her Father’s Quest.

    Entry #11
    Artist: headwax.
    Title:“The Adventures of Monkey Boy.”

    Entry # 3
    Artist: Dimede64
    Title: Saving the Forests: Tribute to Silent Running

    Honorable Mention
    Entry #4 (fixed sorry!)
    Artist: kashyyyk
    Title:59 Caddy

    ncamp

  • edited December 1969

    Wonderful work, tough choice!

    Entry #8
    Artist: Stezza
    Title: We don’t need a Delorean

    Entry #4 (fixed sorry!)
    Artist: kashyyyk
    Title:59 Caddy

    Entry nr: 6
    Author (No Artist): DUDU
    Title: Woodstock

    Honorable mention :
    Entry #5 Artist: SileneUK Title: Final Salute - A Paratrooper Remembers D-Day
    Entry #11 Artist: headwax. Title:“The Adventures of Monkey Boy.”

  • DustRiderDustRider Posts: 1,026
    edited December 1969

    A lot of great entries, everyone deserves to win. If I voted again tomorrow, my votes would probably change, they are all so good.

    Entry #8
    Artist: Stezza
    Title: We don’t need a Delorean

    Entry #4 (fixed sorry!)
    Artist: kashyyyk
    Title:59 Caddy

    Entry nr: 6
    Author (No Artist): DUDU
    Title: Woodstock

  • evilproducerevilproducer Posts: 7,688
    edited December 1969

    I agree with everybody else, in that there as so many great entries it makes it difficult to narrow down. This is a good thing!

    My choices are:

    Entry: #4
    Title: '59 Caddy
    Artist: kashyyk
    Neat job on the Caddy. Really nailed the old paint and worn chrome look.

    Entry: #7
    Title: Homage to Jimi
    Artist: DUDU
    Great character study. Nice hair! ;-)

    Entry: #8
    Title: We don't need a DeLorean
    Artist: Stezza
    Love the humor with the mash-up of a Beverly Hillbillies style vehicle with Back to the Future.

    Honorable mentions:

    Entry #5
    Title: Final Salute- A Paratrooper Remembers D-Day.
    Artist: SileneUK
    Moving subject matter and very relevant with this being the 70th anniversary of D-Day.

    Entry #10
    Title: Space Living
    Artist: Varsel

    Lots of nice little details in this one. Great design on the car!

    Extra-special HM:
    Entry #11
    Title: The Adventures of Monkeyboy
    Artist: headwax
    Stunning details as always! Draws the eye right in!

  • StezzaStezza Posts: 1,055
    edited December 1969

    Very hard to pick with great thought processes happening.. but one stood above the rest IMO

    Entry # 2.

    Artist: evilproducer.

    Title: The City of Zed: Completing Her Father’s Quest.
    This is a great image complete with a palm thingy that I love

    Entry # 10

    Artist : Varsel

    Title : Space Living
    another great image which takes you back to a time that was thinking what it would be like now.. I really get it.

    Entry #11

    Artist: headwax.

    Title:“The Adventures of Monkey Boy.”
    Just amazing work on this one.. however I really would give more brownie points if there was a monkey climbing up the flag pole.. makes me want to go and watch the movie that's coming out this week

    Honorable mentions
    Entry #9

    Artist: Diomede64

    Title: E.T. Pulp Cover
    Who doesn't love ET

    Entry #5
    Artist: SileneUK
    Title: Final Salute - A Paratrooper Remembers D-Day

    You had my vote when you did your first WiP with how it was set out.. but unfortunately lost me with the final image.. it just lost something for me.. but you are doing great and I can see what you wanted to do with it..

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