Hannes' Cliff WIPs

Started by Hannes, January 19, 2018, 05:41:52 am

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bobbystahr

What Ulco said, fortunately I am entering to see if I could do a finally credible cliff but am not firmly enough grounded in reality it seems so have no real hope of getting above an honourable mention heh heh...So in conclusion I cry "Uncle".
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
Bobby Stahr, Paracosmologist

Hetzen

Looks fantastic. Brilliant job. A real oasis.  8)

DannyG

Nice to watch this one progress Hannes, very nice work

Hannes

Thanks guys! This is really encouraging. :)

archonforest

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luvsmuzik

I hope at some time you will give us even mini viewpoints of this entry. As with all of your images (except that spider) we want to see what is around the bend. :D

Jo Kariboo

Excellent light and athmosphere!

Hannes

Thanks again!! Just submitted my entry. Slightly processed image plus raw TG output (which I converted from TIFF to JPG to make the file smaller).
Now I'm looking forward to see, what other contestants have done. Waiting...

Wait, wasn't there a VR challenge as well long time ago? ;)

j meyer

Great image man. All thumbs up.

SILENCER

I've seen some really great work during this contest.
Your image is my favourite.
Lush, surreal, but the surreal nature doesn't pull you out of it.
Let's say plausibly surreal.
Bad ass.
You deserve a whiskey

cyphyr

Quote from: Hannes on March 18, 2018, 06:07:42 am
OK, another final one  ;)
Took a bit longer to render, because I used higher GI settings, since this is supposed to be the final one (did I mention that already? ;)

I love all the little details and your waterfall treatment is first class. Hope you render a bigger version :) ?
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Hannes

Quote from: SILENCER on April 04, 2018, 09:23:44 pm
You deserve a whiskey


Great idea!!  :)

Quote from: cyphyr on April 04, 2018, 10:35:47 pm
Hope you render a bigger version :) ?


I rendered it in 3K originally. I usually render at larger scale and resize it for the final one.

archonforest

Quote from: Hannes on April 05, 2018, 04:19:58 am
Quote from: SILENCER on April 04, 2018, 09:23:44 pm
You deserve a whiskey


Great idea!!  :)

Quote from: cyphyr on April 04, 2018, 10:35:47 pm
Hope you render a bigger version :) ?


I rendered it in 3K originally. I usually render at larger scale and resize it for the final one.


So you make a big render and make it smaller? Hmm...can I ask why? Looks better?
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Hannes

Like this you get some extra sort of anti aliasing. Maybe you could get similar results by using very high quality settings in your desired final resolution, but I made the experience, that this is sometimes slower.
Apart from that I like to explore the image in hi res and see all the details, that might get lost when the image is smaller.