Nature's Brushes

Started by choronr, June 08, 2014, 02:23:02 pm

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choronr

Quote from: Oshyan on June 09, 2014, 12:14:11 am
Beautiful image Bob. I don't think Intersect Underlying will actually work on *objects*, only on terrain, but it may be worth experimenting anyway.

- Oshyan

Thank you Oshyan. Many possibilities here. Will continue trying different setups with these files.

Oleg S.

Picture looks very authentic

choronr

Quote from: Oleg S. on June 09, 2014, 12:33:24 am
Picture looks very authentic

From one Russian to another, thank you Oleg, I appreciate you visit.

mhaze

Excellent result! the moss looks very good and works well with the rest of the composition.

Dune

Nice one, Bob. The mossy stones look great!

archonforest

Great details and render!
Can u pls tell me what tree u using there? Looking for this since a while :D
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choronr

Quote from: mhaze on June 09, 2014, 03:22:48 am
Excellent result! the moss looks very good and works well with the rest of the composition.

Thank you Mick. I will explore Walli's Lichen and see how it would look.

choronr

Quote from: Dune on June 09, 2014, 03:46:25 am
Nice one, Bob. The mossy stones look great!

Thank you Ulco, many possibilities with this setup.

choronr

Quote from: archonforest on June 09, 2014, 09:28:15 am
Great details and render!
Can u pls tell me what tree u using there? Looking for this since a while :D

Thank you. The Pines are from NWDA and come in several sizes. Referred to as 'Pine Forest'. They were created by Walli for FrankB. I believe NWDA may be opened again soon by Danny Gordon.

bobbystahr

June 09, 2014, 02:31:46 pm #24 Last Edit: June 09, 2014, 02:33:32 pm by bobbystahr
Here's what I got with smallpatch023.tgo from Walli's Lichen download. The image titles are descriptive so I'll not blather on.
I did the back shots as that seemed to be where it was populating most.
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
Bobby Stahr, Paracosmologist

choronr

Looks interesting Bobby. Will have to try that surface layer.

Walli

I think I never tried the lichen stuff so far in TG. But as far as I can remember the objects where thought to be placed flat on a surface.In your examples it looks like they are upright. I think when you place them upright (that could look very nice, as this will catch more light), then you probably need to increase density

oldm4n

very nice image and thanks for sharing your moss settings :)

ra

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choronr

Quote from: Walli on June 10, 2014, 03:12:22 am
I think I never tried the lichen stuff so far in TG. But as far as I can remember the objects where thought to be placed flat on a surface.In your examples it looks like they are upright. I think when you place them upright (that could look very nice, as this will catch more light), then you probably need to increase density

Thanks for your visit Walli.