Nebulae

Started by Denis Sirenko, July 26, 2017, 07:40:59 am

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SILENCER

Fabulous.
This method is really going to come in handy
Nice research, well done. That last render was on the money

KyL

It really looks like a genuine photograph from Hubble.

Well done, it looks amazing!

Stormlord

Quote from: KyL on September 10, 2017, 05:52:21 pm
It really looks like a genuine photograph from Hubble.

Well done, it looks amazing!


Jes indeed, absolutely!

I did also another one, but compared to this masterpiece from Dennis it looks just simple.
Neverheless... here it is...

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Silver Cloud

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DannyG

Quote from: Denis Sirenko on September 08, 2017, 08:52:51 am
The new nebula is ready! It's called Gelfon-Esto.

All the nebulae rendered in Terragen. Stars and composition - Photoshop.
There are 4 clouds (two yellow on the left and two blue on the right) that I rendered separately. Total time of render is about 85 hours. And also many pieces of old clouds for dark and light thin layers in the foreground.

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Epic stuff

Denis Sirenko

Thanks, guys!

Quote from: SILENCER on September 10, 2017, 01:27:35 pm
Nice research, well done. That last render was on the money


Yes, and I get paid :)

Quote from: KyL on September 10, 2017, 05:52:21 pm
It really looks like a genuine photograph from Hubble.


In fact, the main reference was the NASA's photo of the Pillars of Creation.

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Quote from: Stormlord on September 12, 2017, 06:31:16 am
I did also another one...


Like the colors, again. But this time the nebula itself seems more voluminous than before and then cool. Its central part is as if closer to me. And now some stars hide behind it, and some do not. I like the distribution of stars.

Denis Sirenko

September 15, 2017, 10:43:14 am #65 Last Edit: September 15, 2017, 10:44:50 am by Denis Sirenko
New! The name of this nebula is Tigrid.

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As before, all forms were generated by the Terragen, like the basic colors.
There are two main blue nebulae (rendering - 36 hours of rendering) and about a dozen auxiliary ones for dark and thin nebulae.
Stars from Photoshop.

Hannes

Wow!!! Incredible. Hard to believe that this is TG.

Dune

Extremely cool. Especially the cracklike stuctures attracted my attention.

Tangled-Universe

Haha damn, this is sick stuff, really good! :)

luvsmuzik

About ready to hook TG4 up to my old tower unit and leave it rendering for a week or two myself! Seriously!

Oshyan

These images really amaze me. I too have a hard time believing they are TG. I love being surprised by what our users can do!

- Oshyan

Denis Sirenko

September 16, 2017, 11:50:10 am #71 Last Edit: September 16, 2017, 11:52:29 am by Denis Sirenko
Thanks!

Quote from: Hannes on September 15, 2017, 11:41:11 am
Hard to believe that this is TG.


Quote from: Oshyan on September 16, 2017, 01:17:47 am
I too have a hard time believing they are TG.


Hah! I have proofs! :) These are original TG-renders.

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Quote from: Dune on September 15, 2017, 12:50:43 pm
Extremely cool. Especially the cracklike stuctures attracted my attention.


This is good, they should have become the center of attention, if I understood correctly about what cracks it is.

Quote from: luvsmuzik on September 15, 2017, 02:45:21 pm
About ready to hook TG4 up to my old tower unit and leave it rendering for a week or two myself! Seriously!


It's terrible to imagine the render time if you put it all in one scene. Even if only the brightest stars are left (about 10). 8 nested clouds in each other (four cloud nodes for each nebula), AA7 with defer atmo, more or less normal resolution... Ultimately, everything depends on hardware.

Hannes

Incredible!
I hope you didn't get me wrong! I believed you!!!!  ;)

Denis Sirenko

Of course, Hannes :) Just showing the pieces of the process, as usual.

Stormlord

WOW!!!
What a rendering, I'm speechless Dennis...

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