36th Daz3D Bryce Render challenge. The theme is ~#~ "Wanderlust" ~#~

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  • drachenlordsdrachenlords Posts: 447

    Thank you, Yellow Pen an Jay.

  • HansmarHansmar Posts: 1,513
    edited June 23

    Tim: second version is better.

    Drachenlords: Future Holidays looks wonderful. In this case, the darkness fits the scene well. And the Wander Woman is both a wanderful idea and well done indeed.

    I think, I focused more on 'out of the box' then on quality (again). But, I still want to show this one as my first entry: "Wandering bots". I thought about the surfing over the worldwide web, which is, of course, a kind of wandering. I decided to depict this by putting wandering bots in a landscape of motherboards. I found both the bots and the motherboards at Turbosquid for free. I textured the bots in Bryce, but the motherboards were textured. I added a number of lights and some connection entries to the box.

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  • MelanieLMelanieL Posts: 4,538

    Hansmar - now that's a really off-the-wall idea! I love those colours and the vertiginous first impression, then realising that we're not looking down from a tall building at all.

  • HenryhorHenryhor Posts: 248

    @ Hansmar: not a safe place for wandering, one can meet bugs. Cool idea.

  • ed3Ded3D Posts: 570
    edited June 24

    Hansmar:    _  Yeah, that is  off-the-wall for sure    _  And there can be those pesky  Bugs

    _well, done

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  • HoroHoro Posts: 6,586

    Hansmar - very cool idea and nicely done. The full size picture is impressive.

  • SlepalexSlepalex Posts: 701
    edited June 25

    The road to the temple

    Bryce 7 Pro. Render Premium TA 64 rpp, soft shadows. Render time 7:38:05.
    Lighting: Sun and Bryce Sky HDRI.
    The Russian Orthodox Church in the Byzantine style and grass are modeled in Wings 3D. Low poly characters from the network.
    File size 36.3 MB.

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  • Tim82Tim82 Posts: 688

    @slepalex, that is a really nice looking scene, great job :)

  • JamahoneyJamahoney Posts: 1,752

    Weird, but wanderlustful, Hansmar...and 'out of the box' will be a title.

    Wow, Slepalex...I automatiically thought of some kind of pilgrimage...e.g. that some of us here in Europe ('10 great European pilgrimages to tackle in your lifetime') do on ocassions.

    Jay

  • MelanieLMelanieL Posts: 4,538

    Slepalex - what a lovely scene, I especially like the trees and plants by the river.

  • HoroHoro Posts: 6,586

    Slepalex - beautifully done scene. Sky and light gives a very nice mood. Also great details with the vegetation and the river at right.

  • mermaid010mermaid010 Posts: 2,473

    Hansmar - I agree with the others ... that's a really off-the-wall idea, great work

    Slepalex - superb render, love the sky and vegetation.

     

  • SlepalexSlepalex Posts: 701
    Jamahoney said:

    Weird, but wanderlustful, Hansmar...and 'out of the box' will be a title.

    Wow, Slepalex...I automatiically thought of some kind of pilgrimage...e.g. that some of us here in Europe ('10 great European pilgrimages to tackle in your lifetime') do on ocassions.

    Jay

    The original title for the contest was "Pilgrims". But the idea of ​​“The Road to the Temple” came about 10 years ago, but I didn’t have the experience to make this idea a reality. I still chose the "road". Because, everyone has their own road in the literal and figurative sense of the word. And modern pilgrims often make such journeys because of the prestige, fashion, advertising of their beloved, not realizing that their hypocrisy is rushing from all cracks.
    I grew up in an atheistic country and in an atheistic time, but I respect religious views (without fanaticism and coercion) and do not like it when a person who does not believe in his soul stands and holds a candle in front of an icon.
    It was a lyrical digression.
    And yes, I modeled this church in Wings 3D for two weeks in the evenings and nights.

  • SlepalexSlepalex Posts: 701
    Jamahoney said:

    Weird, but wanderlustful, Hansmar...and 'out of the box' will be a title.

    Wow, Slepalex...I automatiically thought of some kind of pilgrimage...e.g. that some of us here in Europe ('10 great European pilgrimages to tackle in your lifetime') do on ocassions.

    Jay

    In ancient Russia there appeared (and now exists) the proverb "The language (tongue) will bring  to Kiev." This is an analogue of the European proverb "All roads lead to Rome." It must be said that in Russian the words Tongue and Language will sound like the word "Язык". From the context it is clear what is at stake. And in fact, to make "Language" you need to use "Tongue".
    In ancient times, pilgrims traveled thousands of kilometers on foot to visit the holy places in Kiev (Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, holy caves, etc.). And they asked how to get to Kiev from people in villages and towns along the way. And everyone pointed the way to the holy places. Hence this proverb.
    As a model for modeling this church, I took Holy Trinity Kholkovsky Monastery in the Belgorod region.

  • JamahoneyJamahoney Posts: 1,752

    Superb, Slepalex...I'm hoping to visit Kiev soon (all paid by my employer), so those caves will certainly be on the list.

    Jay

  • HansmarHansmar Posts: 1,513

    MelanieL, Henryhor, ed3D, Horo, Jay, Mermaid: thanks.

    Slepalex: beautiful render, good modelling, fantastic vegetation and very nice colours.

  • Yellow PenYellow Pen Posts: 330

    Hansmar---- what a wonderful Idea, and very well done yes

    Slepalex: I love your landscapes, and this here is really wonderful.... beautiful light and Sky too.smiley

  • HenryhorHenryhor Posts: 248

    @ Slepalex: very well modelled and presented. Great job.

  • ed3Ded3D Posts: 570
    edited June 29

    _ + 

    Slepalex :     The road to the temple  + Excellant

    Hansmar :      your quite welcome

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  • drachenlordsdrachenlords Posts: 447

    @ Hansmar: What a place for hiking. Really cool idea.

    @ Slepalex: Wonderful scene. This sky and this river, just beautiful.

  • Tim82Tim82 Posts: 688

    My second entry.

    Entry: 2, Enter at your own risk

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  • JamahoneyJamahoney Posts: 1,752

    Super, Tim...lighting excellent.

    Jay

  • HenryhorHenryhor Posts: 248

    @ Tim82: hope it will not be a bad trip. Very well done.

  • HoroHoro Posts: 6,586

    Tim - a trip to the mushrooms in the cave. Who knows, the trip into the cave may be less exciting than the one resulting from the mushrooms.

  • JamahoneyJamahoney Posts: 1,752
    edited June 28

    Hahe, Horo, mushroom-tripping dude wink Btw, I once, from afar, saw a group of youths in a field doing this extraordinary bending-down and picking of the grass, and it was only later, on investigations, that I saw numerous tiny mushrooms, so-called 'magic mushrooms' that they had missed (apparently, they contain hallucinogenic compounds). No, I didn't digest...as a beer or two does it for me cheeky 

    But that said, youths these days, besides being overly self-centred, overly too phone-savvy, are generally nice. I like how my niece has turned out!

    Jay

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  • Yellow PenYellow Pen Posts: 330

    Tim: Wow, great Idea, and wonderful done...

  • Tim82Tim82 Posts: 688

    and here is my third entry :)

    Entry: 3, Lets go there

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  • MelanieLMelanieL Posts: 4,538

    Tim82 - the mushroom cave is very striking, and I just love your latest - beautifully dreamy.

  • HoroHoro Posts: 6,586

    Tim - beautifully done. You risk to get lost wandering in this forest.

  • ed3Ded3D Posts: 570
    edited June 29

    Tim82 :    Enter at your own risk  `and`   Lets go there
                              quite Outstanding  

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