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Making of The Innocence of Light

07-06-2017

George shows us how to make a beautilful and realistic pond scene by efficiently mixing Vue's power with ZBrush® and Photoshop® skills. He describes all steps of the scene creation from the composition to the postwork without underestimating any part because everything is important to transcend your picture into a masterpiece.

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Ponderosa

06-30-2017

Since the release of Plant Factory, Frédéric Bec has been producing volumes of intricate and elegant creations. Frédéric's professional background in Landscape Architecture and passion for Botany has significantly influenced the quality and detail of his work. Here is a stunning piece representing a forest of Ponderosas dancing through the foggy morning somewhere in western America where these types of pines are abundant.

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Sea Foam

06-23-2017

I am pleased to share with you my experience in setting up the scene Sea Foam with VUE. You all watched what the patterns that sea foam creates on the beach, especially among the stones or rocks. I've always wanted to recreate this picture by painting it on a canvas, then redoing it on the computer. VUE program is well positioned to do so. But, as always, for this you need to make some effort!

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Making of Lost Paradise

06-16-2017

This scene was inspired by the beautiful Lebanese mountains and helped me to learn to use Vue for long distance snow shots.

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Making of 1950

06-02-2017

The creation of this image comes from a request for a creation of a fresco on the theme of the 50s, garages and cars... The mood of the scene is very cartoonish as this image will be used for the walls of a carousel for children.

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