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Autumn Revelation
This is another look at my "Autumn Cliffs mountain with the camera moved in very close. I've changed the reddish morning glow to a more bluish tone and I have shortened all of the evergreens by half. I worked on this scene on Bucephalus during breaks from the pumpkin patch.

"Autumn Revelation"


8.58/10 rating (110 votes)


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"9:16 1080x1920 portrait resolution?"
Many people are using their monitors vertical please start making 9:16 1080x1920 portrait resolution. It's a great picture but if i can't get PORTRAIT RESOLUTION then I might have to let my account run out. It's sad too because i have loved this website since it began.

jjlem01

Wed January 13, 2016 at 1:46 pm
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Ghostlight Woods

"Ghostlight Woods"

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8.84/10 rating (146 votes)


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"Exploring...."
Has a sort of "Lewis & Clark" feel for me....

docster

Wed March 16, 2016 at 9:16 pm
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Shades of Autumn
This one started out as an attempt to create a "hero tree" (basically a very complex foreground object as opposed to a simple background object) using my Plant Factory software. The background mountains were created using World Machine and my work on them lead to the creation of my Autumn Cliffs render.

"Shades of Autumn"


8.83/10 rating (149 votes)


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"Awesome"
Absolutely drop dead gorgeous my Last Name means "Autumn" in German so this is my theme for a long time.

Ron Herbst

Thu May 19, 2016 at 3:20 pm
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Autumn Cliffs
Created using World Machine and Vue d'Esprit 2015 and rendered on Bucephalus. Check out the original "Autumn Cliffs" here. This is one of two similarly themed Autumn wallpapers I am working on at the moment. . .

"Autumn Cliffs"

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8.09/10 rating (81 votes)


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"Easy to impress"
Perhaps I'm too easy to impress, but I'm really pleased with both versions, and to have more autumn views. Very nice!!

wildthotz

Tue March 1, 2016 at 9:00 pm
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Untouched (Autumn)
I recently installed an old copy of Vue 8 on my Arion workstation so I could render an ultra-hires version of "Red and Gold" for print. While waiting for two new Autumn renders to finish on Shadowfax and Bucephalus I went looking through my old Vue files for likely candidates for new print renders. That's when I came across this Autumn version of "Untouched that I created way back in 2008 but for some reason never got around to rendering full-size. Here's the scene rendered at 5K. What do you think? Pickle Jar or Gallery??

"Untouched (Autumn)"


8.12/10 rating (100 votes)


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"Beautiful!"
I love how you did the sunlight in this one. The dual-screen render is particularly beautiful.

Elaine

Tue November 3, 2015 at 7:46 am
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The Golden Hour
The Plant Factory is an incredibly powerful addition to my 3D arsenal. I just need to spend a few hours every day trying to learn exactly what everything does. This piece is the result of one such exploration. The trees looks quite alien, I agree, but I wanted to see what that would look like rendered.

I will most likely most another version of this in the near future, but I thought it looked interesting enough to share as is. Let me know what you think!

"The Golden Hour"

Pickle Jar Versions


7.91/10 rating (69 votes)


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"The Golden Hour - pickle jar"
For some reason, your pickle jar version is better (to me) than the gallery version. A little more detail, less light intrusion. A much softer feeling, yet still powerful.

Donna

Sun April 17, 2016 at 11:01 am
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The Final Flame
For this piece I wanted to create the impression that the forest was sitting on a plate of stone.

"The Final Flame"


7.25/10 rating (125 votes)


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"So pretty"
I love this! It looks so restful. Any chance of a multi-screen render?

eethomp
Sun January 25, 2015 at 7:33 am
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The Shaded Path (Autumn)

"The Shaded Path (Autumn)"

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8.81/10 rating (145 votes)


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"10"
@Ryan. Okay, I see that.

Shelly K.
Tue December 3, 2013 at 7:54 pm
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Panoply

"Panoply"

Pickle Jar Versions


8.49/10 rating (112 votes)


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"Texture Problem"
I don't know if you're reading comments on older stuff. I had this scene up on my monitor and noticed a problem with the tree bark texture on the left monitor in the dual screen versions. It's very distracting. I really like this scene so I hope maybe you could re-render it with the texture fixed at some point.

Elaine
Thu January 30, 2014 at 7:17 pm
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Sierra Autumn
An Autumn version of my "Sierra (2012)" render. I actually had to render this one twice (once with green leaves and once with fall colors) and combine them in Photoshop so I could vary the leaves on a "per-tree" basis.

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"Sierra Autumn"

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9.12/10 rating (401 votes)


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"7"
A bit harsh, but there is something weird about it. My initial reaction when in the browser was that it was beautiful, but in dual screen it looks weird. I think a big problem is the floating rocks - like gravity doesn't exist here...yet the water stays so still and down that the rocks don't have water marks.

Christina
Thu December 5, 2013 at 9:03 am
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Elegy
In August 2011 a Member (thanks Manu!) sent me a link to a photo on National Geographic's website which reminded him of my "Autumnwood" wallpaper. I thought it would be a fun project to make my own version of the scene and this is the result. Now, it isn't a complete copy. I didn't have the photo open in another window while I was working on it, but it was definitely inspired by the NatGeo photo however.

"Elegy"

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9.16/10 rating (562 votes)


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"One of my favorites"
I am looking at the autumn wallpapers and deciding which to use. I think they are your best overall collections. I use this one every year and have since it came out. Several others are my favorites as well.

Marian

Wed November 4, 2015 at 9:24 am
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Canopy Creek (Autumn)
I changed the leaf textures from "Canopy Creek (Summer)" and replaced the leafy underbrush with golden grass. I wanted to make sure to keep some green leaves visible here and there to note that the transition to fall was not yet complete.

"Canopy Creek (Autumn)"

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8.75/10 rating (397 votes)


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"10"
I love your autumn scenes!

Doug
Fri May 31, 2013 at 7:28 am
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Red and Gold
This image is a follow-up to Green and Gold. The tree is the same and because each branch is an individual Vue tree object I can color the leaves on one branch differently that the others. I had always been dissatisfied with the control Vue gives over the leaf coloration on a tree-by-tree basis and this is the best workaround that I've found thus far.

"Red and Gold"

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8.85/10 rating (820 votes)


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"Auburn & Rust"
Out of all the wallpapers on this site, this is probably my favorite. I like all the versions of this one, but the fall version is the best. Something about the vivid autumn leaves against the grey sky. Just awesome. Ryan, you should do a Night version, with the tree silhouetted against the moon and night sky.

batman144

Sat August 15, 2015 at 1:02 pm
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At World's Edge
This was the first in my "At World's Edge" series which includes: and

"At World's Edge"

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8.52/10 rating (534 votes)


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"10"
This is SUCH a awesome wallpaper! This is truly amazing! Thank you so much for making these wonderful wallpapers! They make me smile every time I see my computer! 8) Have a wonderful autumn!

Meadow
Wed September 12, 2012 at 7:46 pm
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Indian Summer

"Indian Summer"

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8.21/10 rating (649 votes)


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"Still Good"
I always pull "Indian Summer" up this time of year. One of the best!

Brian
Mon October 3, 2011 at 12:50 am
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Haiku

"Haiku "

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8.38/10 rating (673 votes)


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"My Favorite Image"
This is still my favorite. I loved the original in 2000, and love this one as well - I always enjoy seeing it pop up in my desktop wallpaper rotation. While it would be great to see a larger version of this, perhaps it's time for a 2016 update? That would be something worth getting a print of.

Mike Forrest

Thu May 19, 2016 at 2:43 pm
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Crimson Season

"Crimson Season"

Pickle Jar Versions


7.38/10 rating (394 votes)


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"Definite dula screen candidate"
Would love to see this one in dual screen mode...

Kelton
Mon October 1, 2012 at 12:02 am
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