Kinda Mars?

Started by Kadri, April 02, 2019, 08:07:10 pm

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Kadri


It looked a little kinda like the fake coloured Mars photos to me.
Not sure what to add to this one so i posted it as it is.

I am working on a little different one now.

Matt

This looks great. Is something like this possible with one of the TGDs you shared recently?
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Dune

Interesting terrain. It's hard to see the scale though, so maybe something should indeed be added. Marsrover?

René

The shapes and colours are spot-on. The stones have the unpolished surfaces that you often see in Mars photos.

DocCharly65

I absolutely agree with René and I also like the idea of Ulco to get an imagination of scale.
Cool render!

Kadri


Thanks all.

*Ulco i had something like a fossilized astronaut or similar in my mind. But couldn't find a spot i like for this.
  Looked more like an image that only Terragen-rock fans would like. And this was more like a rock test.
 
*Matt i was nearly going to label this thread "rock study 2" as this is a continuation of that thread actually.
  But long threads don't get much attention after a while...at least not much replies.
  The basis and method (if you could say so because it is ridiculously basic) is similar but i used our (yours :) ) old lovely fakestones in this one.
  You can see the basis together with the nodes below. That was on a cube. The one above is on a normal landscape and just a little different.
  I will share the original thread image TGD file later too.


Hannes

Holy cow!!!! Kadri, this looks amazing! I can't tell you, which image I like most. Some of the best rock surfaces I've seen in TG I'd say!!


zaxxon

Words fail, stunning!

archonforest

Wow Kadri Wow!!
I love those rock formations.
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bobbystahr

Quote from: Hannes on April 03, 2019, 07:24:09 am
Holy cow!!!! Kadri, this looks amazing! I can't tell you, which image I like most. Some of the best rock surfaces I've seen in TG I'd say!!


Echo this...totally amazing
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Rich2

I'd say you are on track with the rocky displacements and their coloring.  The sandy, dusty surface is actually more reddish though.  Very nice concept and I like very much!
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Kadri

April 03, 2019, 05:09:14 pm #13 Last Edit: April 03, 2019, 08:14:02 pm by Kadri
Quote from: Rich2 on April 03, 2019, 04:58:26 pm
...The sandy, dusty surface is actually more reddish though...


Thanks. I looked ones more at the images i had in my mind and yes they are much more reddish indeed.

Oshyan

These are indeed superb! I think one of my favorites is test_06.jpg.

- Oshyan