Take me to Church
Honk...if you love Jesus
Ugogirlie typed a picture: 1 enormous goose is on the path. The path is 200 feet long. A large church is on the ground 20 feet behind the goose. The church is shiny. The ground is green. The ground is grass. The goose is facing the church. A huge goose is 2 feet in front of the goose. That goose is facing the church. A huge goose is 2 feet in front of the goose. That goose is facing the church. A huge goose is 2 feet in front of the goose. That goose is facing the church. The four geese are white. An enormous goose is 4 feet above the top of the church. The goose is white. The goose is facing down. A second enormous white goose is 4 feet underneath the goose in the sky. The second goose is facing down.
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 (2016)  Nanook...Please tell me how I could have geese all over the place. Thanks, too, for "On Golden Pond." I deleted my other one, but I'm going to try it again soon.
 (2016)  I also wanted a large reflection of the overhead geese (or just one goose) to be seen on the ground. Is that possible?
 (2016)  @Ugogirlie the only problem with large quantities of an object is the number limit which I am pretty sure is 12 (ie.the 12th goose). You can say the ground is shiny or reflective to mirror objects that are above it. it will mirror an object better the closer it is to the ground or the larger it is in size. I just logged in for a minute before I belive it or not (HONK HONK) go to church. I will check back in later though. Render on!!!
 (2016)  response to "Take Me To Church" by Ugogirlie If You make a mirror wall you can double the number of objects if don't mind the mirror image of everything esle in the scene. You can see the mirrored image of the goose (branta sub) on the ground by making it larger and closer to the ground you get some of the details in the reflected image. I also made the ground 'shiny'. hope this helps with what you wanted to do.
 (2016)  Wow...what a difference that makes! Do you just figure out things like "mirror wall" by looking at other people's renderings, or is there a place to find descriptions? AND/OR did you just make it up and the "powers that be" loved it so much that they added it? Seriously, thanks SO MUCH for your help and input! You're a good teacher! :)
 (2016)  @Ugogirlie you are too kind. I learned a lot from those who came before me and some who came after me and sometimes I think how I can create an image differently, I attribute those ideas to God who gifted me. Still there are many places in the Wordseye site to learn more about how to do certain things. I would just say Explore and Experiment. If you look at some of my early renders you can see I didn't know what I was doing. Ha-Ha Just have FUN!
 (2016)  Thank you for those encouraging words. I'll definitely explore and experiment. The funny thing is that my imagination is pretty "out there" but finding the words to create a particular vision is frustrating - which is why I've pretty much stuck to basic animals and puns. I look forward to doing more abstract, though. AGAIN...I can't thank you enough! :)
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