New York, New York

June 16, 2010

After some trouble with the College renderfarm, the cluster was so nice as to finish my frames today. The tall thin thing in the middle should be the Crysler Building. Not sure yet about the rest ;-)
I started this scene a while back, but tuned it recently. enjoy

new york render

new york render crysler building

There are 5 comments in this article:

  1. June 17, 2010Tim says:

    Cool stuff!
    I’d say the red building in the back is a huge fire station. I think this city would be even bigger than NY, since it’s really narrow on Manhatten Island. But it looks even more impressive here than for real ;-)

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