Bonnet and Clyde

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Bonnet and Clyde

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made in curvy 2
render in bryce 7


car based on photo by bob frassinetti
http://bobfrassinetti.tripod.com/vintag ... _argentina


just some experimental work
with curvy inflate
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Quite a cool composition, I like the frothy water under the wheels. I would blur the rest of the image to match the blur on the car and set it in sepia as if it was in an old newspaper.
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cool idea

not too sure about if i have got the sepia right or enough blur :)

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Love it :) The blur looks good and with a little graininess would fit right into a news-clipping. It softens the computer-generated look without overly distorting the image.
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you should change the water to old field maybe
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There's a playful allusion in the title to the river clyde
and the British word for automobile hood (bonnet)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Clyde
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bonnet
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