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tnunezc

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Winter holidays for me does not involve cold or snow. It's about friends and family gathering to eat, drink and play (and lots of Christmas lights) Cheers.

Here is my progress.  Went through some style, angle changes and lighting changes, but the idea was pretty clear from the startScreen Shot 2018-12-16 at 12.26.05 AM.pngScreen Shot 2018-12-18 at 10.48.46 PM.png  Screen Shot 2018-12-21 at 4.01.05 AM.png 

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Final image. 

TN_Winter challenge 2018.jpg 

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A completely different type of Christmas scene to most, and all the better for it 😉
I love seeing how Christmas is viewed in different parts of the world - great work!

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Thank you!
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Wow.  I love this.
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[biggrin] thank you! 
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You need to make sure that your wood textures always run in the right direction though - I'm particularly looking at your doors [wink]
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Yes, but I will admit I was tampering with the direction of the grain on purpose. I was thinking on how natural wood is cut and how the grain would look on the doors and the frames. I know they should match but I was experimenting a bit[tongue] Cheers!
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