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Inspired by a client commission to create a 3D shopping centre. Ive wanted for a long time to create a cityscape.

Its taken me about 3 solid days work split over a couple of weeks. Here is the work 90% complete. Just need to add people an alien and a few cars.

 

EDIT: now added an X-Wing, Tardis, Dalek, A-Team Van, Yoshi Egg, Back to the Future Hover board, IT crowd man, DelBoy Van, and some Mario blocks for good measure.

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I'm impressed by the framework here and…

 

clearly, I cannot appreciated this cityscape as

well as the designers but, as a photographer, I

fail to see, feel, a vanishing point in any of the

three axis.

 

…is this absence part of the artistic intent too?

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Yes intentionally there is no vanishing point, its made like pixel art.

 

 

 

 

I'm impressed by the framework here and…

 

clearly, I cannot appreciated this cityscape as

well as the designers but, as a photographer, I

fail to see, feel, a vanishing point in any of the

three axis.

 

…is this absence part of the artistic intent too?

 

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I would say this is part and parcel of the isometric approach …  ;)

 

Yes intentionally there is no vanishing point, its made like pixel art.

 

 

Thanks gents!  …learning every day! ;)

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If personal taste is involved,           Light is free,                       Mother Nature provides the light
discussion is pointless.                   capturing it is NOT.               but talent renders the image.
                                                                                                                        (Charlychuck)
 
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32bit brain would need a serious graphics upgrade to deal with the complexity that perspective would add ;)

 

My lack of drawing skills and talent are well replaced

by optical physics and lens properties. ;)

 

Best wishes to all! 

www.kodiakmedia.at

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If personal taste is involved,           Light is free,                       Mother Nature provides the light
discussion is pointless.                   capturing it is NOT.               but talent renders the image.
                                                                                                                        (Charlychuck)
 
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