I have been sharing pictures of Kayle Matzerath’s new Atelier Dream Scene for a few days, and today’s jigsaw is drawn from the same source, because I am still fascinated by the use he makes of materials.
Let’s take an example from one small corner – the one shown in the first picture. The candle is burning, and it casts its light on the iron stove next to it, the iron pipe running above, the hanging on the ceiling and the floor. You will also notice changes in the light on the hanging as you more around the room – it’s very dynamic.
Blow out the candle – and the same scene is very different.
Now all the light is gone, not just from the candle, but from its reflections as well. There is still a little light on the curtain from the window, a faint effect of light from the room below. But all the reflected glow has likewise disappeared. I’m guessing that the whole thing is controlled by a script in the candle, but its beautifully done!
And here, for comparison, is the same shot with the Advanced Lighting Model turned off. There’s still an effect of light and shade in, for example, the folds in the curtain but really, what a difference!
Anyway, enough of my being impressed by Kayle’s work and the new Advanced Lighting Model. Let’s do a jigsaw!
Once again, the image has been lightened to work as a jigsaw.