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Winter Garden by curious3d Winter Garden by curious3d
A patio garden in wintertime. Rhino, Vue 9.5 infinite.
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saphirestaub Dec 8, 2013  Student Photographer
Dear Cynthia!

I upload a christmas traditional every weekend to my youtube-channel and I have chosen your picture as the background picture of one of my carols. But sure I wanted to ask if it's okay. If you don't like it I would change the picture but yours fits so perfectly. There is a link to that picture in the commentsection so I don't claim it as my picture.
Here is the Link if you'd like to take a look: www.youtube.com/watch?v=g05m_6…
I beg for your allowance because I don't think I'll find a more appropriate picture ♥

Greetings
Saphire
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curious3d Dec 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello Saphire,

Yes you can use the picture. Thank you very much for asking, and for crediting me on the Youtube page! Is that you singing? it's absolutely lovely!
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saphirestaub Dec 21, 2013  Student Photographer
Yes it's me singing and I truly appreciate your compliment ♥
Thx for letting me use the picture :hug:
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morrisonv Feb 2, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful ! like going back in time to memories of what once was.
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Featured: [link] I love this work.
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Cymae Nov 30, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Your work is all really gorgeous. If I could suggest one thing though, it'd be to bevel your edges so they're not so sharp (especially evident around the chair legs and birdhouse edges).

Also do you use occlusion? If not, you'd be surprised how much it would add, and if so, you could kick it up a wee bit I reckon.

I really love your gallery :)
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curious3d Nov 30, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the compliment, and for the suggestions too. I did chamfer the edges of the chair, but I suppose I could have been a little more agressive with it. I just don't like for woodwork to have radiused edges, if you know what I mean. Lately I've been wanting to rough up the edges of my 3d lumber, so it looks less clean. I can always do it in post, but I'd like to have a set of beat up wood models just for building old things.

Thanks again - I took a quick peek at your gallery and I want to go back and look at the tutorials/resources. :)

C
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Cymae Nov 30, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Yeah warping your verts so they're not 100% even and doing a soften normals might help too maybe? It's just a very sharp very straight line which is looking a bit odd. =)

If you're interested in resources and tutorials you may want to check out 3D week on Project Educate too :)
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SMOKEYoriginalHD Oct 14, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Woooow very nice :O
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