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Name Markus Gann
Age N/A
Born Germany
Email magann@nexgo.de
Homepage www.begann.de

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Re: Markus Gann
By on Dec 20, 2006 11:07 AM
dude,i love u
Re: Markus Gann
By on Jul 24, 2006 04:36 PM
It's done in terragen, the program does all for you, you just set the heights, but its good anyway.
Re: Markus Gann
By Alexander on May 24, 2006 12:20 PM
The mountain texture doesn't foolish... It doesn't look natural... Sea is better.
Re: Markus Gann
By Christoffer on May 23, 2006 07:07 AM
Jezus! At first i was fooled by the water.. i really thought it was real.. look at the closest part where it's whitening.. i can only say OMG!
Re: Markus Gann
By KUN on Feb 28, 2006 06:00 AM
This just blew me off...........wit such dexterous art at hand would u create a few beautiful girls u know only girls not porn stuff ! wot i mean is some non-naked girls...........please....and just mail me when u r done............its rockin'
Re: Markus Gann
By olllllllllllllllllli on Feb 16, 2006 09:32 PM
its plain
Re: Markus Gann
By cross on Sep 16, 2005 05:18 PM
Its great. the sand looks like you could feal it between your toes as you walked. The clouds have that wind swept look you get at the beach. The bluffs could do with some shading I cant realy tell the angle of the sun in this one. and the foam on the beach would leaved traces of its self at it retreats. Since a wave that has broken is now retreating there should probably be more waves in the water, but it looks pretty placid to me. Your good very good.
Re: Markus Gann
By surfer on Jul 27, 2005 07:41 PM
The lighting seems too harsh, it's creating too much contrast, think about the many different directions the light comes from, the colour and type of light. the secret to lighting is to emulate the real scene.
The composition would sit more comfortably looking out to sea more, not so much cliff, with the horizon so high the centre point hits the sand, watch the horizon; around half way up looks natural for sea.
The water should not cast a shadow on the sand.

You are well on your way to a perfect scene. Every one is a critic of what is /not real, most are wrong: the landscape is very believable in it's shape. Dune grass really does grow up to the waters edge and does get swept away try to define its shape more.
Re: Markus Gann
By on Jul 22, 2005 06:03 PM
Re: Markus Gann
By J-Hash on Apr 06, 2005 12:29 PM
Very nice picture, but the sand near the water looks a bit grittty if you will? it looks liek a map of a brown color with randomly placed black dots, but its quite the good picture.
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