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My first attempt at 3D architecture.
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Category:3D
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Number of face-offs: 15

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  • 15/02 2014
    09:47
    Andre Alexander

    Thanks Cazer
  • 11/05 2011
    11:56
    Andre Alexander

    Thanks for taking the time L.J. to place a comment. Looking at your work I can see how you can appreciate the time that went into this 3D image.
  • 02/05 2011
    06:59
    L. J. Carter

    Hi Andre, thanks for popping by my page - your comments are really appreciated! This is an awesome image - can't believe it was a 1st attempt at 3D - impressive!
  • 21/03 2011
    07:54
    Andre Alexander

    Thanks Pete. Your support and comments are truly appreciated.
  • 17/03 2011
    02:42
    Pete Martinez Jr

    This is awesome! I have done some 3ds images, but nothing compared to what you done. Your are artwork very good. I hope to grab some experience and keep learning from pros like yourself. :) I really appreciate your comment, thank you!
  • 03/02 2011
    09:44
    Andre Alexander

    Thanks, Kevin for your support.
  • 03/02 2011
    09:43
    Andre Alexander

    Thanks Richard, for taking the time to post a comment of support. It's much appreciated .
  • 03/02 2011
    01:23
    Kevin Haelterman

    Thats some impressive 3D work!
  • 02/02 2011
    07:40
    Reinhard Horst (aka FeliX)

    very fine, stylish & moody artwork! Best from Germany! FeliX
  • 15/07 2010
    12:36
    Andre Alexander

    Thanks, Shawn for taking the time to place a comment. Your comment is much appreciated.
  • 11/07 2010
    03:36
    Shawn Stoddard

    I really like this, especially the perspective... makes the castle much more ominous and spooky, as well as giving a feeling of the enormous size of the castle. Very Nice work.
  • 11/07 2010
    03:33
    Shawn Stoddard

    I really like the perspective, makes the castle that much more ominous. Nice work.
  • 06/07 2010
    02:36
    Bengt Albert Robstad

    Looking forward to it Andre
  • 26/06 2010
    02:05
    Andre Alexander

    I agree with you on the lighting, Bengt. As I mention I've got a fair way to go with 3D. Also, believe me, I really need to go back and finish the project.
  • 24/06 2010
    05:06
    Bengt Albert Robstad

    As you should, I do feel like some of the walls are illuminated a bit much, but other then that I cant imagine What more you could want from such a picture. ;)
  • 29/05 2010
    09:48
    Andre Alexander

    Yes Bengt, I always do all my own modeling. I'm quite disappointed with this model as it really is far from finish. I really need to go back to it to finish it.
  • 28/05 2010
    11:50
    Bengt Albert Robstad

    Excellent moceling. Have you modeled everything in this image?? Or have you blended the back pieces in ps or something?? Anyhow you made it its great piece.
  • 15/05 2010
    01:58
    Andre Alexander

    Thanks Jo for taking the time to place a comment. Believe me it's really appreciated. This is a 3D image which I modeled and rendered in LightWave. The modeling was very time consuming.
  • 14/05 2010
    06:59
    Jo Denning

    Good work - what program(s) did you use to achieve it?
  • 24/03 2010
    10:34
    Andre Alexander

    Yes Hobbie, 3D can be quite time consuming and also frustrating at times but it can be quite rewarding.
  • 03/03 2010
    11:09
    Andre Alexander

    Thanks every one for being so kind for taking the time to place a comment on one of my efforts. Much appreciated.
  • 18/02 2010
    02:32
    jason clark

    first 3d render, wow keep it up, 3d is something that I am thinking about at the moment! what do you think? this is a great image, very enchanting, rating should be higher!
  • 16/02 2010
    02:25
    Ken Morris

    Wow...impressive architecture....
  • 15/02 2010
    03:15
    Steve Stanley

    ...your first attempts blow me away. I've only rendered a few females in Daz, so far, and as picky as I am, found it to be time consuming. This is very impressive Andre, and will continue to look in on the progress of your gallery to learn.