Monday, July 24, 2006

Bryce-rendered ship

I really like the way this one turned out. It's my first attempt with the ship model I bought today. I decided I needed something to improve my mood, and it worked wonderfully, even if it did cause a few problems while I leapt between Daz and Bryce programs to get it wher I wanted it.

But I'm happy for a very first render of this type.

I also wrote nearly 3000 words today and I'm into the last section of Touched by the Wild. I'm still not certain if I'm going to put it up on a blog or not, but I have identified a few problems that I'll work on correcting.

The outline for Sudden Storm is going very well, too. I have an insight into one of the characters that's going to make him fun to write. I have one more minor character to work out, and then some material for the final scenes and how it will go. Being close to finished with Touched by the Wild gives me hope that I might start Sudden Storm in August.

Other than all of that -- things are going well enough. It was hot today, but I hid in the house and didn't pay it much attention! Posted by Picasa

4 comments:

FluteSpiritSong said...

That is a beautiful picture. I love the coloring behind the ship.

Anonymous said...

Wow, I really like this picture. There might be a story brewing here (no pun intended!).

Kaelle

Zette said...

Thanks, both of you! I felt guilty about buying the ship model, but I've wanted one for so long -- they were available off of the Daz site -- and I kept myself from buying it even when I had a little money. I figure a couple sales of Muse/Ruins/2YN and I have it covered anyway.

As soon as I get the time I'm going to start learning how to create a turbulant sea surface. I have a good idea of how to do it, but the actual work is giong to be difficult.

I love learning new things.

Elizabeth said...

That is a nicely done ship. It looks either peaceful, or ghostly.