And yes, the food boxes on the far right are actually Dharma food boxes from Lost.
3DS Max 10 - Adobe Photoshop. Rendered with Mental Ray.
As for the vision, it reminds me of the movie aliens in a way that the look and feel is of the nature of the movie's elaborate sets and it's futuristic character aliens has.In saying this i think this vision is a step beyond.
For the originality, it does not lack anything that has not been done before but adds to it fivefold.The original theme is in the eye of the beholder but in this case the artist has given us a good imagination on the theme of a hotel in space, and i can just imagine using that "elevator in space"
to ascend here.
The technique is very nicely done with details everywhere and aesthetics in design aplenty, 5 stars here.
Impact hit me straight away, as if i wanted to sleep here just for one night and look at that gorgeous milky way whilst connected to my i pod outlet listening to Devin Townsend's Ocean Machine or A Perfect Circle.
Keep up the good work.
Beautiful, good work.
Did you make more pics of this room?
A) be ring-shaped
B) have its own gravity generator
You just youse the glow of the mentalray shader?
thx love your work
- The bed, seems like it's wall mounted, yet there is light coming from the far end of it? Looks like it's from behind the bed shining out through a glitch?
-The stand by the windows.. it floats in mid air, or is not seated on the floor. It matches level to the raised parts of the floor but hovers over the declined parts. Maybe just move it a bit so it stands on the lower parts only?
These are just minor flaws in an otherwise really well done picture. Would love to spend some time at that hotel.
Holy $*!_ I never noticed the stand by the window, it's really against the physic laws! I mean there has been a year or maybe more and I notice it now.. Wow..
About the bed, it might be wall-mounted or not, it is open to the viewer but even if it's wall-mounted there can be still light coming from behind, because the mounting system doesn't need to be consecutively between the bed and the wall, it can have a depth of i.e. 20cm. in open position.
How much for a weekend there?