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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Whaouh, Cecilia! Extraordinary! (Do you find the time to sleep?!!)
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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Cecilia, this is unbelievable impressive!
I can not close my mouth, even if I push my chin up, it keeps falling down ...
Your posts are like an exciting, rousing book: after just a few words, you feel like you're part of the story!
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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Do you find the time to sleep?!!
Sleep? Sleep is for sissies! I mean, how can I sleep when this fantastic software is constantly giving me notifications:
Cecilia! Where are you? Why are you not using me? You promised... !!!

Sigh...
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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Cecilia, this is unbelievable impressive!
Thank you UB, but it's really the software that should get the credit. I'm just trying, at the best of my ability, to exhibit glimpses of what it can do.

Most people – as Mr. Pong would put it – most people use this program for what it's intended:
To draw the plan of your house, arrange furniture on it and visit the results in 3D.


I, for one, am through with that.
I used this program as a tool to visualize the redecoration of my new home five years ago. That opened my eyes to what this program could really do.

This amazing software is in my opinion by far the ultimate and unrivaled free software for assembling, lighting and rendering any 3D scene, and the ease of use makes me prefer it to most commercial software out there.


Thank you for your kind words. They are much appreciated.

Cecilia.
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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

wow, Cecilia,

you just opened my eyes to a new and very different way to use SH3D.

this whole post is amazing .

Bravo !!!

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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Thanks a lot for your comment, jpcr!
And thanks for reminding me about this thread.
I have some new renderings that will be posted shortly...

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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Looking forward to seeing them
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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Yello morning

The other day, when we had this exceptionally wonderful evening sky over Copenhagen, I called my oldest ( 5 ) up to my study ( in the attic ) two give her a better view,
anticipating that she would find it just as beautiful as I did.
Her reaction was a bit unexpected:
– It’s just because of the pollution, she proclaimed, – it’s not beautiful, it’s toxic!
Who told you that?, I wanted to know.
Everyone knows that!
End of conversation.

Was she right? Is this only a bi-product of humans extensive burning of liquified trees and prehistoric animals?
Haven't multicoloured skies been depicted since the beginning of time?

Well… toxic or not, I still think it's beautiful, and it inspired me to create this:




But maybe it was a faint stroke of remorseful conscience that inspired me to create a windmill?

"Save the planet – plant a windmill!"



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The city is growing.
...and changing.

New buildings are popping up, new immigrants are constantly arriving, and the population is rapidly growing.
And of course there are critical voices, belonging to concerned citizens worrying about the uncontrolled immigration.
Mr. Pong is not worried.
"Look at America," he thinks, "they are all immigrants... even Madonna!"


Here are some renderings I did some time ago:

The new stadium:




The side entrance to the stadium, and the square with the glass fountain.





The glass fountain at night.





The new Global Invest Company




The Moonwalk Park Street, with the Global Invest Company on the right.





The moneymen are trying to gain control of the city.
This is the Harryville Walk – the new fashion street.




And this is Harry – one of the "important" newcomers in Pong City.



Harry is a moneyman – but he is more than that.

Harry will be properly introduced in the next chapter.



Cec


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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Wonderful images again Cec, thank you for sharing them, the square outside the stadium brought to mind a few memories i had thought forgotten, i spent a some time in a place called Falun in Sweden, i could just picture a summers evening in that square with all the various restaurants having the tables and chairs outside. But i kept scrolling back to Moonwalk Park street, something there didn't feel right, took me ages before i realised what it was, would a stone cobbled street have that much reflection, sorry if that seems over critical, but with the quality you always give it seemed worth mentioning, and what i wonder goes on in Moods of Doom, i wanted to go in and see for myself. Fountain is beautiful, is that rooms?
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Re: In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit...

Hi Mike,
thanks a lot for your comment.


, would a stone cobbled street have that much reflection

maybe not quite as much, but I'm still experimenting and trying to improve my renderings. I think the issue here is that the cobblestones are to even. I will try to make a new model, with a more uneven surface.

Inspiration:




Moods of Doom is a shop where you can buy fashion underwear smile


Fountain is beautiful, is that rooms?

It's constructed in Photoshop os one module, and then copied and assembled in a circle with SH3D.

MTL:

newmtl Layer_1_Extrusion_Material
illum 2
Ka 0.89411765 0.0 0.7764706
Kd 0.89411765 0.0 0.7764706
Ks 1.0 1.0 1.0
Ns 128.0
Ni 1
d 0.19999999

newmtl Layer_1_Back_Inflation_Material
illum 2
Ka 0.41568628 0.627451 0.8156863
Kd 0.41568628 0.627451 0.8156863
Ks 1.0 1.0 1.0
Ns 128.0
Ni 1
d 0.19999999


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