• he's a missin' his hat :P - Stepcode
  • Based on the painting.

Scotland Forever!

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A render of the famous painting Scotland Forever.

Horse design by zgrredek

  1. WilltheMasshole 93 months ago | reply

    Sweet! So many cool renderings. Now do some real building! :P

  2. Stepcode 93 months ago | reply

    very cool!! love the horses

  3. ElNickre 93 months ago | reply

    Spectacular!

  4. Memory ☓ 93 months ago | reply

    A good representation, but I think some of the dynamics were lost in the transition.

    It's funny, because I was looking at horse designs a little while ago, and the best i fond was this.

  5. Amhakia 93 months ago | reply

    Very cool - Let me know when you get around to doing some Hieronymus Bosch! ...er wait...that would be Nannan's department, wouldn't it?

  6. Shannon Ocean 93 months ago | reply

    ^Mmmm...Dali....

  7. JamesW. 93 months ago | reply

    Memory, I'll agree with you that something was lost. But I also didn't try all that hard. It took about 2-3 hours in total, so yeah, I'm lazy.

    The horse you linked to is interesting and perhaps is more accurate, but it also doesn't seem to have any sort of mouth. That is one thing I like about zgrredek's.

  8. bloggerknight 93 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 3D Feedback and Critique, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    Lol. Really cool!

  9. seanhepburn2006 93 months ago | reply

    Very clever, very well executed too.

  10. wagner of the brick 93 months ago | reply

    this is really great! the only thing i would change is to add a more dramatic sky and clouds and to use a smaller angle to give it a more imposing, comin-atcha look. but it's really already well-done. the brick-built horses work very nicely. i will look forward to more of your renders.

  11. PurpleBrick 92 months ago | reply

    Great work, wonder if we can see it from another angle?

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