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The Dream Alternative by ArthurBlue The Dream Alternative by ArthurBlue
Well, I can't seem to stay away from the red lines... I hope I'm not boring you to death. :)

In my previous image, "The Exit Alternative" [link], I told you about how that was an alternative concept to "The Exit" [link].

Truth is that I frequently think of several alternative depictions of my concepts. Since I showed you that one, I thought I'd show you this image now, which is an alternative to "The First Dream" [link]. It has the same basic elements that are important to the concept: she is coming up a circular staircase, embedded with those red lines, that serves as a kind of passage to another world, coming from some unknown (and seemingly hard to reach) place, peeking into a world with water in it (to serve as a link to the other image "Wake Up" [link]). Similar elements, completely different image.

Rendered in Vue.
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Andrescamilo1985 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
hi arturo.. how many time of render of each one picture? thanks.
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ArthurBlue Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2013
It depends on the picture. It can be 2 or 3 hours, for simple ones, or it can be 10 or 12, for more complex ones. I don't remember about this one, maybe around 4 or 5.
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AnnaeLynn Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2013  Hobbyist
i absolutely love the red lines. it just adds that extra.... something to the picture.

absolutely love your work
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cuddlesaurus21 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful and inspiring! I love your "red lines" world, it's so surreal and futuristic yet very open and lush and peaceful...
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sed Featured By Owner May 23, 2013
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RuntOfTheLitter Featured By Owner May 22, 2013
Hello. Last night I dreamed I had 'insomnia' (smiles)

Beautiful work above as per your usual. ROTL
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HanYouReal Featured By Owner May 9, 2013
do you model your own vegetation? i thing it's one of the most challenging things in 3d
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sera-sognato Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013
wow! i was hoping that using a 3d software makes things easier but it still takes too much work T.T (as im studying light myself its so much did you teach yourself all that?
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ArthurBlue Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2013
After you gain experience it becomes second nature and you don't even think about it. It becomes fast and easy. Now, if I see something I want to change I know exactly what number or slider I have to change. It's much easier than painting everything again in 2D. :) But in the beginning, before you accumulate experience, it's difficult.

I basically learned from experience and from reading/watching a few free tutorials. Never took a course. But images are only a hobby for me, a passtime, so that's ok. But if you're thinking to do it at a serious level, you should take a course because it gives you a solid foundation.
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sera-sognato Featured By Owner May 3, 2013
so these tutorials dealt with actual lighting facts right? could you please tell me which tutorials they were if you remember, i really like to see them >.<
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