Cavernae *FINAL*

Started by Seth, April 20, 2008, 04:01:35 am

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matrix2003

The second one even smells wet! :D
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crosseout

WOW!
Realism <3

that is freakin awesome!

Will

amazing, great work! Now at stalagmites (sp?)
The world is round... so you have to use spherical projection.

child@play

marvellous :D

now, where are the olms? ;)
perfection is not when there's nothing more to add, it's reached when nothing more can be left out


Seth

thank you ^^

@ child@play : sorry to sound dumb but... what is a olm ?

cyphyr

I can hear and feel the wet grit, reminds me of my speleological days :)
The olm, or Proteus (Proteus anguinus), is a blind amphibian ...
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child@play

animals living in caves, hard to explain, here's a pic :)


edit: richard beat me to it ;)
perfection is not when there's nothing more to add, it's reached when nothing more can be left out


Will

watch the PLANET EARTH cave disk, it has cool scenes.
The world is round... so you have to use spherical projection.

Seth

ooooh yeah !!!
didn't know it was called Olm !!! in France we call them Protée Anguillard (i think) or Proteus anguinius as stated by Cyphyr

Mohawk20

This second one really looks great... a bit better than the first, but because the water transparency is faked, the refraction is off, causing the water to seem deeper than you know it is, so it takes a bit of the realism away.

Still, I couldn't do this half as good as you!
Howgh!

Seth

yep... too bad for the transparency... in fact, i am lookin' for a way to improve the water... i don't think i'll change anything else... except if somebody comes out with a great idea ^^'

Will

The world is round... so you have to use spherical projection.

NWsenior07

This is truly amazing. One of the most photo realistic renders I've seen to date.

darthvader

This will look great with transparency ;D