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Thread: Wine and Fruit 5

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    Wine and Fruit 5

    I believe there is some wine headed for this glass, unlessI get to it first.. Thought I would post an update..
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    Looks amazing already.

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    Thank you Robert.. Right now, I'm just burnt out.. I have been on this most of the day, and don't believe I can hit another stroke.. Sure hope I feel different tomorrow.. But I know I will..
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    If you're anything like me you'll dream about it all night.

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    And that I will my friend, that I will.. Terrible isn't it.. lol
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    Spectacular work Rick. Definitely worth the patience with it.

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    I'm watching every day!

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    Im watching your progress daily. Its amazing the realism that you capture/create.
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    Gorgeous. All of it. And since that's so eminent, I will offer one quick crit:

    Mind the degree of light on all the objects, especially if you're artificially placing them together. I've seen what you can do with Photoshop and splicing in figures -- something you do very well. So you have an eye for detail.

    The apple looks like it's got a turtle wax finish on it. And that the light there is hotter than the surrounding areas. Toning it back would make it feel less waxed (i.e. more delicious to bite into). You could perhaps save that level of shine for your glass surfaces.

    But as everyone has commented. This is a fantastic rendering. Really good. Something to be proud of.
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    Thank you all.. "D" I believe you are correct, the apple needs to be toned down.. Looks like a red sports car sitting there..
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