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    Thank You Pixela & Chief! Much appreciated!

    Seems like the exact POV is still undecided, and since there is really no Submission guidelines, I thought i would model and detail as much as possible and then keep the POV rendering part till later.

    I've been playing with some snow details here and there.. Focusing on The element of Thawing Snow.. Warm Bright SunRays against a cold and chilly environment.


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    The I began working on my wood Cladding, I Painted my own wooden planks in PS, and now deciding on how i wasn't its orientation / reflection / detail etc... to be.

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    Any preferences or thoughts?

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    Great shots!!! I love the details!! I prefer the second render

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    oh men, your snow shader is amazing!mean 5*....on wood flank, either way is ok vert/hor, for me horizontal is less distracting.....your color saturation is very vibrant especially the snow..mind changing the wood color to this?

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    Default Loving this

    I get so excited to see you upload your threads, keep em coming!!
    I think I prefer the last images shading but in horizontal preferably. I couldn't agree with pixela more, its amazing how your piece has a story and not just a 'scene', giving very warm life to the cold

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    HOrizantal wood planks can emphasize the horizantal design of the building more and this would create a nice contrast with the tall vertical snowy trees.
    Moreover wood color can be a little warmer to have the same contrast effect.

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    ohhh... yes... nice touch for wood texture... goodluck ...

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    I think the vertical version is best, and how it looks in the 4th image... the reflections are better in it. Going horizontal seems like going against the house.

    Love the snow images!!! the ICE on the twigs looks so real... you really nailed it down.

    Keep it up!

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    I like the deep dark colors and the contrast of the 4th image.

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    Amazing detail. It really is looking real.

    Though in a minority, I would favour the vertical planks in this case.
    Maybe it's because that's what I went for myself, but somehow it seems to fit the house better.

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    Very nice snow. I actually kindof like the lighting in the 2nd one. I agree with BBB3 about the vertical siding, but I too have the same bias.

    -Brodie

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    Beautiful details man, i like the natural flow of the icy stalactite hanging from the edges of those trees, and house. This shot with a icy tree branch is extraordinary and crisp!

    Keep on posting
    Cheers

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    another vote for vertical planks here, seems to fit the vertical elements of the house better

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