Started by Tangled-Universe, November 11, 2012, 09:04:54 am
Quote from: ballezballez on November 21, 2012, 04:50:24 pmHi,Thanks for sharing it. I've already test World Machine 2 with Terragen but not like you. I can say that WM is fantastic to create realistic landscapes. But i'm too noob with Terragen to make things like you.Do you think it is possible to share your Terragen file of it? I've already downloaded your WM file but i can't open it with WM2. I've an error : "This world file can't be fully loaded. Some devices may be missing". What is the problem? I work with WM 2.2 Professional.Or if you dont want to share your file (thing that i'll understand ), can you post a step-by-step of the making of this image (from creation in WM to Terragen)?Thanks for your work and your beautiful images.
QuoteWhen, where and how I keep undisclosed for the time being
Quote from: Dune on November 22, 2012, 12:47:10 pmInteresting stuff, Martin. The rapid simulation works well. My only crit at this moment would be that the color of the rock debris should be a little more like the original rock. Not quite, as the standing rock may be covered in soot, mosses, lichens and algae, whatever, and the fallen rocks must have been chipped, but the color difference is very high in your latest render.
Quote from: Dune on November 22, 2012, 12:51:12 pmGood! Nice big render, huh? Great. What about the other one you started recently? Have you finished it?
Quote from: Kadri on November 22, 2012, 02:02:45 pmMartin i like the last one very much too , but the contrast looks a little too much to me.The shadows are very dark. I can not see the rock structures.Did you looked at it on other monitors?
Quote from: mhaze on November 24, 2012, 05:11:03 amHi MartinBeen playing with this and managed to make sense of it all eventually! Did manage to get my brain totally confused masking out colours that didn't exist! How did you apply the thermal erosion mask? lateral displacement?Mick