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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
mirror-ash Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2006
Wow.... I love it
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.
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.
orb-gettarr Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2003
Hoops, forgot to vote! heh!
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..
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)
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 ....
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)
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
fusionx Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2003
nice, only thing is stars look a little odd, like thye arent part of the sky, terrain looks good, although texturing seems a lil flat, overall a nice piece tho, also agree would be nice if that sphere was planetary ;) (Wink)
thisiszero Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2003
Woops I meant my other right:) (Smile)
thisiszero Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2003
If that bubble in the upper right looked like a giant planet this would rock supreme. It still rocks though!
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