surreal mountain tower wip

Started by Agura Nata, May 24, 2018, 02:13:13 am

Previous topic - Next topic

Agura Nata

May 24, 2018, 02:13:13 am Last Edit: May 24, 2018, 02:14:49 am by Dragonfire
surreal mountain tower wip
My new surreal mountain tower with Blender 2.79 and rendered in Terragen 4.1
The basic objects in Blender are Cylinder and UV Sphere with different vertex groups.
The modifiers are:
Masked, Array, Displace, Smooth, Simple Deform, Cast, Remesh, Subdivision Surface. Array and cast are controlled with one empty each.
For UV processing "object" in edit mode, apply the modifiers from top to bottom.
The object exported as a wavefront to Terragen 4, replacing the object surface shader there with my own nodes as seen in the picture.
Fractal, surreal, abstract, the main thing is not everyday like the bread roll with liver cheese from the sausage stand around the corner, although it is of course great that there are sausage stands without which the social bustle would come to a standstill ;)

luvsmuzik

Again, what an imagination!  :)
Thanks for the explanations on how you get these wonderful creations and textures! I could see this basic form evolving to a dragon object with a few more twists and turns.  :)

Agura Nata

Quote from: luvsmuzik on May 24, 2018, 07:55:55 am
Again, what an imagination!  :)
Thanks for the explanations on how you get these wonderful creations and textures! I could see this basic form evolving to a dragon object with a few more twists and turns.  :)


Thank you much my friend! :)
Fractal, surreal, abstract, the main thing is not everyday like the bread roll with liver cheese from the sausage stand around the corner, although it is of course great that there are sausage stands without which the social bustle would come to a standstill ;)

Agura Nata

floating Jandosch Ark

Object designed in Blender 3D and render in Terragen 4

The modifiers in Blender 3D are similar to the previous image.
Fractal, surreal, abstract, the main thing is not everyday like the bread roll with liver cheese from the sausage stand around the corner, although it is of course great that there are sausage stands without which the social bustle would come to a standstill ;)

J_Con

yeah nice job. Reminds me a little of the floating mountains in Avatar. Render is nice.I imagine such a structure could exist under the right conditions.

J_Con

Second one is pretty cool also. I could see a craft of some description landing there in a fantasy type movie.

Agura Nata

Quote from: J_Con on May 28, 2018, 05:06:39 am
Second one is pretty cool also. I could see a craft of some description landing there in a fantasy type movie.


Thanks a lot! :)
Fractal, surreal, abstract, the main thing is not everyday like the bread roll with liver cheese from the sausage stand around the corner, although it is of course great that there are sausage stands without which the social bustle would come to a standstill ;)

WAS

Quote from: Dragonfire on May 28, 2018, 05:02:39 am
floating Jandosch Ark

Object designed in Blender 3D and render in Terragen 4

The modifiers in Blender 3D are similar to the previous image.


Oh that's gnarly looking. Great work!

Agura Nata

Fractal, surreal, abstract, the main thing is not everyday like the bread roll with liver cheese from the sausage stand around the corner, although it is of course great that there are sausage stands without which the social bustle would come to a standstill ;)

Dune

Very cool structure, almost Dali-esk.

bobbystahr

Quote from: Dune on August 14, 2018, 11:28:04 am
Very cool structure, almost Dali-esk.


Indeed, our resident sci fi/surrealism creator.
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
Bobby Stahr, Paracosmologist

DocCharly65

Quote from: Dune on August 14, 2018, 11:28:04 am
Very cool structure, almost Dali-esk.


Exactly. Seeing the thumbnail I thought it must be a Dali-like ballerina :) Nice :)

Agura Nata

Fractal, surreal, abstract, the main thing is not everyday like the bread roll with liver cheese from the sausage stand around the corner, although it is of course great that there are sausage stands without which the social bustle would come to a standstill ;)