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[CCCX] A mushroom gatherer

Postby Dark Imperator » Mon Dec 31, 2012 4:36 pm

Hi Classic-Castle !

I'm presenting to you a scene in the forest. This is my entry to the CCCX (category Forest Life)

The story :
"This is Autumn, and the forest is covered by amazing colors. There are also mushrooms which grow in the wet undergrowth ...Martin, a little farmer of Burgundy, lives peacefully in the countryside. Nevertheless, he wants to embellish his meals with a few mushrooms. Chanterelles, ceps and other boletuses, there is the choice ! Still it is necessary to find them ... and not to confuse them !"

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A mushroom gatherer by Dark Imperator42, on Flickr

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A mushroom gatherer (2) by Dark Imperator42, on Flickr

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I hope you feel :)

Bye !

Dark I.
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Re: [CCCX] A mushroom gatherer

Postby mrcp6d » Mon Dec 31, 2012 5:05 pm

I like the fall colors you've got going here. The leaves on the ground are a nice touch.
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Re: [CCCX] A mushroom gatherer

Postby peggyjdb » Mon Dec 31, 2012 6:51 pm

That is a lovely build, great colours.
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Re: [CCCX] A mushroom gatherer

Postby Justin M » Mon Dec 31, 2012 8:33 pm

The base of the build is excellent. Not to mention the colorscheme, too.
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Re: [CCCX] A mushroom gatherer

Postby Eklund » Mon Dec 31, 2012 8:48 pm

Lovely base! One thing though, is that though all of the tree techniques are nice by themselves, I don't think that they blend well all together here. Maybe if you just used two of them, and then had multiples of the same technique, it would be more of a cohesive scene.
You would rather be building right now.
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