Started by AP, October 26, 2010, 11:07:17 pm
QuoteIt does help the terrain look more Terragen 2, if Vue was stable enough to render (infinite) procedurals.
Quote from: ChrisC on October 27, 2010, 10:47:31 amThe terrain in question is called Eroded Rocky Mountain Fractal so it is a procedural fractal but weather is replicates erosion or is just a cleaver way of faking it is anyone's guess.
Quote from: ChrisC on October 28, 2010, 10:24:53 pmPosted where?Well, erosion in some form is what i have been seeking.
Quote from: wetbanana on October 29, 2010, 10:13:01 pmI have been using vue intensily over the past month and i must say it has improved dramaticly since i last used it properly in vue 6.
Quoteclouds are far better if no better than terragen 2's now
Quoteits terrain fractals i find are just as good as terragen 2's
Quoteits material editor which i have always been a fan of creates great work flow and is a lot less of a headache when it comes to models than terragen.but the winner for me is its integration into the big cg apps.i myself am a 3ds max user and it intergrates flawlessly with max it renders superbly with mentalray and also vray, which is a big plus for archvis artists.its ecosystem in terms of both plants and objects buts terragens populations to shame in terms of workflow and speed.and also its 64bit its developed very fast unlike terragen when was its last release um like 18months ago?just my 2 cents.