Training - Creating a Spring Mountain Landscape

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Firt of all, thank you for finding my page, I hope you like what you've found! 
This is a notice in case you would like to get in touch with me. Since I rarely update this site and I don't monitor my messages here on a regular basis, I would like to ask you to contact me at or, so I can respond ASAP and no messages are left unnoticed.
Thank you for understanding!


Long time no update.... In the last couple of months I've been abandoning dA. If you tried to contact me via this site and haven't responded to you, I'm so sorry for that! :blush: 

But I have some great news; we have recently updated the Audio Corner at our Studio, so - after several written step-by-step tutorials published in online and offline media - I was able to record a complete, in-depth video training in high audio and video quality. It's called Creating a Spring Mountain Landscape in Vue 2014/2015

Spring Mountain Landscape box

This 160-minute-long training is divided into 6 sessions, focusing on different steps of the scene creation process. To make the tutorial even easier to follow, the sessions are further divided into shorter parts.

This training material can be purchased at D&D Creations; for further information about the content of this tutorial, visit this page.

Feedback is always welcome! If you liked the training, and if you would like to give my confidence a well-needed boost, let me know! If you have any ideas or suggestions for upcoming training videos (because this is just the beginning!), help me improve. Thank you so much for your support and enjoy the training! 

If you have any questions, the best way to reach me is via or

And of course, keep up the great work and keep this community alive for me! :) :)

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NorskiHobbyist Digital Artist
I discovered your work this morning - - - and thank you for this update.
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niiiice :happybounce: Clap 
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CajunMom79Professional Digital Artist
I wish I could get some of the training materials in printed form - i don't do so well with video tutorials. :(
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I missed seeing your work. Good to see you again. :)