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All those people who have said they wish they can jump into my scenes and start exploring around, well this is probably as close as your'e going to get :la:

:bulletred: Scroll down to zoom in.
:bulletyellow: Scroll up to zoom out.
:bulletgreen: Or use Shift or Control keys to do either.
:bulletblue: click and drag to look around.

This was the S.O.B that has given me so much trouble over the past few weeks. But the idea was so good that I was determined to get it done, even if it meant waking up at 5:00am a few days in a row so I could make sure the render was still going before going back to sleep (it took a few days to render :dead:

I have to admit I got the idea, and a lot of help from :iconsmattila: so I owe a huge thanks to him since I was clueless on this stuff as little as a few weeks ago...I guess I can learn fast if I'm passionate about something ;)

So here's the first of what might be a whole series - so I decided to do a very "generic" scene for starters - the classic North American Pine forest, possibly the first thing that comes to mind when many think of landscape art. If this turns out to be successful, I might even take you guys into space one day :diny:

Mostly made in Vue 7 with some Phostohop postwork, and the Flash output was done in PanoQTVR. Some day I'll make a tutorial.

Edit: Biiig thanks to ~Sniper115A3 and `Gashu-Monsata for the Daily Deviation :glomp: And to everyone for the support :)

:bulletpurple: Others in the "Vue it" series:
Vue it - Christmas Village
Vue it - Approaching Pandora
Vue It - Holiday House

All artwork and animations in my gallery are my copyrighted property and are not to be used without my permission, this incluse any screenshots of parts of the scene.
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Daily Deviation

Given 2010-11-21
Vue it - Pine Shrine by `priteeboy. An amazing piece of work in which you can feel one with the image. The clever incorperation of letting the viewer control where they look brings a new level of interactivity to the 3D render, and makes it just that bit more special to every person who views it. Guarantee, every time you come back to this, you will notice something that you never noticed before ;) ( Suggested by Sniper115A3 and Featured by Gashu-Monsata )
jaime-art Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
ImmaCatastrophe Mar 18, 2014  New member Hobbyist General Artist
Uau, me encanta. Es magnifico. 
This was really cool. Looking forward to the tutorial.
priteeboy Nov 29, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh crap, I forgot I said I'd do a tutorial...,I don't even know how I'd write one up for one of these. I'd need a whole text-book :work:
Phoenixin55 Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have bought Vue Esprit 11. I am struggling with it so much. This image of yours is stunning. 
priteeboy Sep 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It can be confusing, especially when they start talking about functions and using fancy words like anisotrophy and stuff like that :XD: There's millions of tutorials you could look up ( has some decent ones) But nothing lets you remember something like finding it out for yourself, always experiment (maybe not on a scene file you really care about in case you wreck it ;)) But on a test one or something like that.
anzichan May 25, 2013  Student Digital Artist
This is fantastic! I love how you made it. Feels like I was in the forest! :la: I especially love the ground details and those awesome mushrooms! : 3 :heart:
adventuretimelover55 May 22, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
How did you do this? :iconlaplz:
priteeboy May 22, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
With great difficulty :stare:

And four different softwares :faint:
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