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Limon's PDN Pics - Update 17-04-04 (Page 5)

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Delicious strawberry (I can imagine ice cream with it) and the flower in the bubble is superb.  Great work :D .

 

P.S.  Sorry about the mistake on the 20th :lol: I got the names mixed up ..... both beginning with "L" ;) .

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Very good results on the latest ones. B)
I particularly like the flower globe and the downy feathers are extremely well done. Very polished work... keep 'em coming! ;)

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Thank you @Pixey! And never mind about the 20th, we all mix up stuff some times. I thought it was a fun comment anyway. The clarity I got from Lynxters thread still cracks me up  :lol:

 

I'm glad you liked the feathers, @Red Ochre. The base model was made with the furblur plugin, so thank you for making them possible  :D

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Lovely additions @Limon.  Your work has a nice clean cut and photographic look to them. I can't pick a favorite one - they are all super :D .

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Totally love the egg image. The textures are very pleasing & so is the colour. Great use of the Furblur plugin too.

 

Your images are always so pleasing to the eye. 

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The sword in the stone is absolutely perfect! I also like the lighthouse and the boat and how it's from a different view.

 

Ah, summer. Miss it so much! Nice job on the summer image. Brings back such warmth.

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The aspect of the boat one is really cool. The beach one is really fresh. We have summer here & it is a scorcher. Lovely work on the sword one too. The play of light is great!

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Nice work on your latest pieces Limon.

 

If I may suggest anything, I would say, they would look better if they had more roughness and stronger shadows.

 

Anyways, keep it up.

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Thank you all for the comments, it is truly inspiring to me :)

 

And thank you Ishi for the tips, that is always appreaciated! I'll keep it in mind when working with casted shadows.

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