Having found the LDD to PovRay converter that was released last year, I went back and re-rendered a previous work. This will be my first entry, here, in my Castle Nostalgia series.
About this creation
Having found the LDD to PovRay converter that was released last year, I went back and re-rendered a previous work. Until LDD adds support for custom backgrounds, the trick here is to try your best to match the angle of your view in LDD to a background picture of your choice. In this case, I put enough space in between each object in my model (cart, horse, man, battlement) that I could crop them once rendered with Pov Ray and piece them into the image one at a time and scale them using Gimp. The result is pretty cool. I'll be trying more now that I know resolution isn't a limit.
This set contains 2 soldier, 1 archer, and a 1 knight mini-figs, as well as a horse drawn cart. This is my first cross-over from Design By Me into the Lego Universe (once I figured out how to change the Theme and why I would want to). ;o) This will be my first entry, here, in my Castle Nostalgia series. =) All of the characters are grouped in the .lxf file, so you can easily move them around the scene for different poses.