Four Seasons

1) Fall Sunset in Vermont:

Fall Sunset

Oranges and purples represent fall for me completely, the array. As for sunsets, they usually have so many colors in them and I tried to replicate that in my picture and still be true to the fall color-scheme. I chose to add a dark blue on top to show the night approaching. As for my models I wanted them to be shadowy. I added pink into the model lighting to give a warm , romantic feel to it.

Cyc Lights:

Top: L071 full, L126 at 50%

Bottom: G345 full, NC at 25%

Model Lighting:

G104:29 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SR

G375: 37 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 25% SR

G375: -19 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree back angle. Intensity: 25% SR

G341: 35 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 50%

G342: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 50%

G104: 29 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SL

G375: 37 degree elevation angle/56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SL

G375: -19 degrees elevation angle/56 degree back angle. Intensity: 25%

 

2) Spring Sunrise in New England

Spring Sunrise

In this picture, I replicated a sunrise that had pink tones to it. I believe that the lightness and the vibrant colors are very reminiscent of the spring time! Yellows and pinks also remind me of flowers, which is why I think this is a perfect choice for a spring sunrise. For the model lighting I still tried to keep it a little shadowy cause the sun is coming from the bottom while still keeping her vibrantly lit.

Cyc Lighting:

Top: AP8445 on full, Ap4700 at 25%

Bottom: AP745 on full, Nc at 25%, AP4700 at 25%

Model Lighting:

G341: 29 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 50% SR

G342: –19 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SR

G325: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 25%

G342: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 50%

G342: -31 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25% SR

G323: 33 degree elevation angle/ 21 degree side angle. Intensity: full SL

G323: -19 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 25% SL

3) Noon on a Summer day in Brazil!

Brazilian Summer

Brazil at noon in the summer is light blue! It is always sunny and everything is almost overwhelmingly bright! I chose to lit my model as homogeneously as possible since in Brazil the light comes from everywhere, mostly the light is pretty white but I added some slight yellow tones to bring up some of the Brazilian warmness. The backdrop is the exactly color of the sky at noon time.

Cyc Light:

Top : AP1900 full, Ap200 at 25%, NC at 25%

Bottom: AP3520 Full, AP1900 Full, NC at 50%

Model Lighting:

L778: 32 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SR

L130: 23 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 75%. SR

L130: 32 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SL

AP2220: 23 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SL

L750: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 75%

 

4) Winter Afternoon in Alaska

Winter

I chose to depict a post-snowstorm day in Alaska, when the sky is bright blue because the storm has passed but there is snow everywhere. I added some purple tones in the backdrop to make the blue cooler. As for the model lighting I added lights with very little color in them, I also did some front floor lights to represent the light that would be reflected from the snow.

Cyc Lighting:

Top: AP3300 at 25%, AP3150 at 25%, AP3450 Full and AP3800 at 75%

Bottom: AP3600 full, AP3500 full

Model Lighting:

Ap3300: 29 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SR

Ap3300: 23 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 50%. SR

AP280: -31 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SR

AP2180: 54 degree elevation angle/ direct back light. Intensity: 75%.

AP2180:  23 degree elevation angle/ 56 degree side angle. Intensity: 75%. SL

AP280: -31 degree elevation angle/ 37 degree side angle. Intensity: 25%. SL

 

 

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