Dark Realm

 
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A dark castle is tucked away in the desert.

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Hi Elaine, That real

Run - Oct 13, 2015 03:35 PM EDT
Hi Elaine, That really is for you to dedcie Questions to ask yourself to begin with are: How do you like to learn, and dedcie from there.However, the crucial thing is RESULTS, so check your results regularly, what's working today can foul up soon if it's not maintained. If you find you are struggling with maintenance or you want to more deeply and quickly absorb the information AND money is not an issue then I would definitely go for the video course.You have to look at it from this perspective to really understand the power I am building into this video course.I estimate that it will take me a lot longer to create the course than it did to write both books. As I am doing it my subconscious is at work again and is simplifying the process when I notice one of the techniques can be simplified. It took me a great deal of consideration before I even embarked on creating this project as I knew how much work was involved And I underestimated it by 50% So from a analytical point of view, do you think my mind' working on videos to give you' the ability to build ever simpler positive thought structures into your mind is worthy of your time and money investment. Or alternatively it comes with a 60 day guarantee, so why not just give it a go?Best wishes,Andy
weirdfish77 - Sep 12, 2010 12:16 PM EDT
Wow! This is really amazing!!
weirdfish77 - Sep 12, 2010 12:16 PM EDT
Wow! This is really amazing!!
Guest - Jul 16, 2007 12:44 PM EDT
Cool picture. It looks like a scene from the PC video game Neverwinter Nights 2.
Guest - May 17, 2006 03:30 PM EDT
The entire picture was rendered using a 3D program called Bryce. Basically, you start with a 3D empty space and add/move/manipulate things until it is how you want it. You can add and edit objects, light, materials, and a myriad of other things. Once it's how you want it, you hit the 'render' button and the image is slowly rendered before your eyes. So none of it is actually drawn, but all of it was specifically set up for the picture. 3D art is a different way to produce images, yet equally rewarding when the result is what you were hoping for. It can be very frustrating, time consuming, and there can be a pretty steep learning curve depending on the program you use, so if you want to dive into this and create your own 3D images, I suggest trying a few of the simplier programs at first to see if you want to invest the time to learn the harder ones. For beginners, I'd recommend taking a look at Bryce, Wings 3D, and DAZ Studio. Wings and DAZ are free, and Bryce is relatively cheap (about $80). In contrast, the 3D programs the Movie studios use might cost $5000-$20000 per license depending on which one they use.
Guest - May 13, 2006 10:40 AM EDT
Definitely interesting. How many of the elements are imported layers and which are drawn freehand? I like this overall visual.
Guest - May 13, 2006 09:33 AM EDT
Hi I'm really impressed with the hole idea you have here, I would have liked to have more details as to the method of doing this type of creativity. I'm tempted to try it myself. Thank you
Guest - Oct 20, 2005 12:34 AM EDT
Wow a hundred hours I can see why you imported the castle.(I have an interest in creativity but where do you start when it comes to this sort.)
Guest - Oct 17, 2005 03:20 AM EDT
another really impressive piece of work! love the illuminated appearance of the bare tree branches & the sand, also the sky behind the castle, and the touch of bright green of the leaves. wonderful.
Guest - Oct 17, 2005 02:24 AM EDT
Not very long. Maybe an hour or two. I imported the castle model from a CD from a magazine. If I made the castle myself, it would have taken probably 100 hours or more to do.
Guest - Oct 17, 2005 01:01 AM EDT
Nice work,the rocks and ground look like rose quartz,how long does a picture like this take to put together.

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