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Jim Coe Greeting Card featuring the digital art Sunset Lighthouse by Jim Coe

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Sunset Lighthouse Greeting Card

by Jim Coe

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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amazing image!

I love your artwork! Please take a look at my artwork... Thanks :)

Beautiful ! Very well done! Glad to see !~Tautvydas :)

Wonderful clouds!! I must read your blogs about 3D!

Powerful!

Thanks everyone! Well, Duncan, I guess most 3D modelers are looking for "photo-realism", so when someone thinks it's a photo that indicates some degree of success. That water is rather green, but that's just my color scheme (to complement the warm hues).

Very very impressive! I, like some of your previous commenters initially thought it was a photograph! If that is what you are going for? and you want the deception to last a little while longer for your viewers; It was the green in the water that first made me suspicious!

The use of color in this picture is amazing...nice work!

Love the light on the clouds. You do wonderful sunsets.

Thanks Patricia :o) You can learn about this 3D modeling method in some of my blogs.

PS- I would love to know the technique you used to get this effect...

Oh my GOSH!!! This is absolutely GORGEOUS!!!! I LOVE IT... it's stunning, the colors, the atmosphere, everything about it is perfect. I guess you can tell I like it :) I also clicked the "recommend button" over it.

Lovely sunset.

Wonderful sunset!

This is beautiful.

wow beautiful

Gorgeous with so much depth! I thought it was a photograph.

A very nice work. Good composition.

So striking I would love to paint this , I know it belongs to you but I will keep this stored in my memory and hope to creat my own image in oil of such a great picture. Linda

Yes Jim, in my humble opinion, this definately qualifies as fine art. Very intriguing process and technique. And thanks for the comment yesterday.

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This is a 2D digital rendering I made from my virtual camera inside my 3D modeled scene. For this project, I challenged myself to explore the creation, editing and lighting of 3D modeled clouds and atmospheres. Thanks for viewing :o) _jim coe

About Jim Coe

Jim Coe

Jim has always been fascinated by light and color and studied them extensively. He received his BFA in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute, where he later taught. Jim minored in printmaking, experimented with visual perception, used Ansel Adam's "Zone System" and visited top photographers. He completed a 10 day intensive workshop with Minor White. Jim helped invent "Light Shows" and invented laser and other light effects. Pioneering in computing, he built his first PC in 1976, based on the same design Bill Gates used for his first a few months earlier. Jim is now a 3D modeler, master of Photoshop, photographer and writer.                                            Images © 2011 Jim Coe. All Rights Reserved. Image use...

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