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Surreal Sunset by i337m1k3 Surreal Sunset by i337m1k3
surreal- Having an oddly dreamlike quality.

this wasnt meant to be to realistic... i went for a more surreal look and personally i like it... i put the stars and the moon in because someone commetned on one of my older peices and said it would look good with stars so i tried it and it looked great! thanx to supern0va
progs: terragen, 3dsmax, photoshop

*comments always appreaciated and are very helpful*
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ariesbeginner Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2007
Wow!! I am transported to your world
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mirror-ash Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2006
Wow.... I love it
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furryphotos Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2003  Professional Photographer
Despite the flat looking clouds i'd say that the distortion works well here. Even though it s bit dark, the colours come out well.
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jambatx Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2003
The moon thing on the left needs a better blending... the layout looks great... the sun setting is off the hinges.. i got to tell you that.
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orb-gettarr Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2003
Hoops, forgot to vote! heh!
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orb-gettarr Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2003
This is very nice work, although personally, I haven't made much use of rendering programs even though I have Bryce 4.0 installed...

It's prolly 'cause I do intend to use it for certain applications, but in my own particular style (if you can call it that) I pretty much prefer something without pre-conceived concepts for my own works..

You can tend to get too "trendy" with 3D rendering programs, although some interpretations (including this one) can be quite unique...

I particularly like the mirroring quality of the water reflecting the sky, and the sunset colors..
the "eye" at the upper left (woops, my other left! LoL) adds a little twist of mystery, or perhaps a "cosmic" undertone..

Here's to hoping from more developments from ~i337..
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hounoua Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2003
Very nice but i'd recommend erasing the stars from top of the clouds it would be more suitable this way i think :) (Smile)
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nope Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2003  Hobbyist Photographer
"....view it! comment on it!" and i thought, oh well, why not.... (read my own personal quote about this)

its cool.... but i think the sun shouldn't be in the centre... place it off-centred and place a detailed object in the very front of the picture instead... would make a better field of depht... like the transparent moon ....
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stotty Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2003
Hmm, those stars do need some work, differing intensities and perhaps behind both the planet and clouds would help the effect along nicely. I think also if you reduced the wide angle of the render, it would help things merge better too - the bottom appears stretched out whilst the new additions are not.

The effort is there though - good to see the experimentation happening :) (Smile)
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icdragon Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2003
Whoa, I was wondering, this is too good to be a photo O_o Great work on this artificial sunset, though I still prefer the real ones... Hug
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