I saw your art work and I would like to invite you to submit your work for the art competition "Future Cities, Future Life."
More info bellow:
Future of Human Rights Forum is currently accepting submissions for its international art competition, Future Cities, Future Life. Through this initiative, FHR Forum will work with artists, designers and architects to envision an ideal world based on the fundamental principles of human rights.
Future Cities, Future life is open to both established and aspiring artists who have an interest in human rights, development, and the environment. Here we ask artists to use their work to answer the question: How would you like to see future cities (including villages, town, and communities) in 100 years? Submissions may reflect real or fictional cities, and are encouraged to incorporate aspects of green living and environmental sustainability.
If you are an artist, designer, or architect and would like to showcase your work to an international audience, then submit your work to FHR Forum before November 15, 2014. Your work will be judged by a panel of experts and selection decisions will be made in November.
Awesome work, I'm interested in scenery but haven't really tried it yet.
About the textures you are right, those are just the simple building textures that come with Vue, the space ships are as well the simple Vue gifts.
By the way the buildings are not as complicated as it seems, just some simple forms thrown wild together in vue, duplicated and so on, not a big thing. What I really like in Vue is that you can achieve really stunning results in no time. Sadly I just don’t have enough time to play as much in Vue and all the other neat 3d apps as I would like to, my main job still is 2d, but slowly I get it work to mix 3d and 2d to come faster to a result. Sadly illustration isn’t always paid too good so you have to see that you don’t spent too long on a piece, and that’s where 3d really can help a lot.