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Bridge to Avalon by Dragos Jieanu

Bridge to Avalon
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Title Bridge to Avalon
Software 3ds max, Terragen
Comment I started this matte painting, inspired by Dusso. There is 80% work in 3dmax and terragen and then composit all in photoshop to add the waterfall and the mist.
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