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The Last Ride Home by cjankowski The Last Ride Home by cjankowski
Meeting is so far away when distance pulls at the fringes of the heart. Home is only a deep sigh away.

This little world was created in Vue 10 :-)
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Penboa Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2013
Beautiful Vue work.
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cjankowski Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2013
Thank you :-)
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ariebaba Featured By Owner Sep 27, 2012
I like the fisherman :-)
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cjankowski Featured By Owner Oct 2, 2012
Thank you :-)
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Vishw Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Quite nice! Love the depth of it! :)
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cjankowski Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012
Thank you very much :-)
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Vishw Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
No problem! :)
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orinoor Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2012
The scene you've created is gorgeous, you should be very proud of this. I think the trestle is the only weak point, and that's minor. Beautiful!!
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cjankowski Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2012
Thanks! Yes, I felt this way as well. The trestle is actually a primitive boolean model with a material set with variable transparancy to make the rail support effect. At the time I was going to model one with real supports but something of that scale would have taken weeks. I'm still thinking of making one through, if I do, I will rerender and see how it tooks then. Thanks so much for taking a look and commenting!
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orinoor Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2012
I figured that's how you did it, and it did turn out surprisingly well. My husband modeled a trestle in Bryce quite a long time ago, it was very time consuming, but I think once you get the building elements, it probably goes pretty fast. Still, you really did a bang up job, it's a gorgeous scene!
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