cg rendering

lnflnf Registered User
edited November 2011 in Artist's Corner
ok, tell me what you think, I did this one for a friend. believe it or not, these turbines are cg

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  • LyricalLyrical Registered User regular
    edited November 2011
    Well the scene is certainly believably realistic. I'm not sure quite what it's trying to illustrate, though.

    I'm assuming a rendering like this is meant to show the context of new turbine installations, but the context given here is so generic/placeless that it wouldn't mean much to me as a landowner or developer. I'd want to see the relationship to roads, buildings or other human traces in the surroundings. If it's meant only for eye candy, the foreground scene seems pretty bleak--gimme a sunny day at least!

    The one turbine hiding behind the trees on right is hardly noticeable at first, and it confuses me that you'd go out of your way to render it only to have it so obscured.

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  • lnflnf Registered User
    This is an initiative to bring green energy to the Appalachian Trail. Actually, it is pretty controversial. The statement made by developers is 'why not be proud of green energy movements?' and the answer was 'get that hideous thing off my mountain'. So, in the rendering, we're trying to show how secluded the turbines can be. The photographer is standing at the top of the trail near the proposed site.

  • MagicToasterMagicToaster JapanRegistered User regular
    How did you go about masking the turbine behind the tree?

  • MustangMustang Registered User regular
    Yeah I was wondering that myself.

  • MaydayMayday Cutting edge goblin tech Registered User regular
    I'd guess he made use of the fact that the sky is almost white, so he set that fragment of the tree as a multiply layer... (responding on the assumption that it'll be a long time before your next post, Inf ;p )

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