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Trutzburg by pixelpriester Trutzburg by pixelpriester
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Trutzburgby pixelpriester

Digital Art / 3-Dimensional Art / Scenes / Exteriors©2007-2014 pixelpriester
probably the biggest memory overloading scene i ever did..
so unfortunately i had to finish at this point.
but im kinda happy with it,although some more details surely would be nice..
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Given 2007-05-06
Trutzburg by ~pixelpriester has to be one of the most beautiful rendered scenes I have seen in a long time. Beautiful textures, stunning lighting and a great subject makes this a piece to remember ! ( Featured by nighty )
:iconamarie-veneanar:
Das sieht einfach fantastisch aus! :clap:
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:iconcrazeedaisy:
I'd really, really like to live there!
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:iconkds-tg:
Absolutely stunning. Excellent detail, lighting, materials, wonderful everything.

Curious about render time, though.
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:iconhbrandon1991:
3d god right here folks .. gez im blown away
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:iconzmade:
zmade Nov 2, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Great big massive castle. Good job on that one. I like ti. ;)
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:iconameratsublaze:
I know it's been a while since you posted this. But i was impressed and thought I might suggest to you something by a man named Ziv Qual. It is called Rage over Babylon and is his interpretation of the tearing down of the Tower of Babylon by god if you know anything of the christian faith.

[link]

and here is his "Making Of" tutorial for it.

[link]
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marq4porsche Aug 24, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Great work there!
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:iconkryan45:
Near perfect modelling, but it looks like you overused a sharpening-filter :( What programm?
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:iconburntbanana:
Wow, this castle looks very menacing!
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teheimar Mar 25, 2008  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow, quite well done. Not sure about the authenticity of the details thought. Looks somewhat too much fantasy, but it works there.
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