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Lost Attic


Max C. Detourniere creates this beautiful attic scene in what seems to be the past and the future. Or maybe they both exists at the same time, only one is in another horror-like dimension. You can definitely go wild with your imagination!

My personal favorite is the cold-horror looking version, which one is yours?

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Yanal Sosak

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  1. Very impressive. The only one that wasn't as good was the third. I had a little trouble figuring out what it was... I think the view where it is looking down makes it harder to figure out.

    • There are several ways to achieve it... just to name two: first, as nowhere is stated that he's done the images fully in Blender, he could have added it in post-production with software like Photoshop etc. Second, it could be composited in Blender with the Filter > Glare node. Surely there are more ways to do it.

  2. Great work, I like the second one best as well. Reminds me a lot of the "Dusty Attic" tutorial by Gleb, seems like Max created this by following the tut.

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