Castle in the lake

Started by Aerometrex, January 30, 2014, 01:35:38 am

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Aerometrex

I just wanted to share the following pictures I've rendered using TG3 to simulate all the atmospheric, lighting and water effects. The 3D castle (actually one the South Australian Adelaide Studio building) have been generated using 3D photogrammetry techniques (http://youtu.be/9QZYiUrvs7E) and dropped into a rock ( a real rocky hill from central Australia also generated with 3D photogrammetry).

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aymenk2003

January 30, 2014, 11:36:32 am #1 Last Edit: January 30, 2014, 11:39:09 am by aymenk2003
good scene...
it misses some details...
exp : the way the castle is dropped on the rock ???
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Markal

Agree with aymenk2003, a good start...needs something around the castle drop point....plants, sand, rocks...something...still, a wonderful start. Looking forward to more!!!

Aerometrex

I agree, it needs some vegetation to make it more alive.
The only issue is the fact that the terrain is an OBJ and not a generated 2.5D terrain so I cannot add objects populations on top. I will have to add every single additional objects manually at the right height.
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Oshyan

Might want to watch that Terragen 3.1 presentation tomorrow... :D

- Oshyan

TheBadger

Quote from: Oshyan on January 31, 2014, 05:34:26 pm
Might want to watch that Terragen 3.1 presentation tomorrow... :D

- Oshyan


:o WHAT DID HE SAY! Well I refuse to speculate on what that means! It could be a trick to get me to let down my guard. I will be watching, but from a secure location!
It has been eaten.

Aerometrex

Damn, I missed this Terragen 3.1 presentation. Were can I find it?
I am passionate  about the art and science of digital aerial mapping, photogrammetry, geospatial information, VR and 3D modelling.
http://aero3dpro.com

TheBadger

It has been eaten.


Aerometrex

Looking forward to use the "sit on objects" option in TG 3.1. This is exactly what I need when working with obj terrain.
I am passionate  about the art and science of digital aerial mapping, photogrammetry, geospatial information, VR and 3D modelling.
http://aero3dpro.com