Started by reck, August 13, 2008, 01:50:09 pm
Quote from: Xpleet on August 28, 2008, 01:38:01 am...it's a trick of hiding detail that isn't there in Vue clouds.
Quote from: Xpleet on August 28, 2008, 01:38:01 am...All of the content is reproducable in Vue6 without a problem.
QuoteI assume you are still talking about the details in the shadow you see in the clouds from Terragen. If so.. I just want to say there is one slider in Terragen that make them go away Smiley
QuoteI don't belive that. I want to see those clouds in the beginning of the movie reproduced with Vue 6.
Quote from: Confusoid on September 05, 2008, 06:40:35 pmThe edges are to fuzzy and there needs to be a smaller scale more defined fractal noise breakup along those edges. Overall the clouds could look sharper. Still, not bad at all. What are your settings?
Quote from: calico on September 05, 2008, 10:05:56 pm@Xpleet - Great job! I love these clouds.
Quote from: Confusoid on September 06, 2008, 03:47:23 amGot your file and did a quick render, well 2hrs but i had radiosity and volumetric lighting all the way up on my single core machine which is not bad render time wise. Anyways, i just placed a quick procedural terrain and texture in so that the metacloud stands out more here. Don't mind the pattern crap on the terrain, it's fixable. Who would have thought metaclouds could look this good just by moving the roughness slider all the way down. I'd always have it all the way up. LOL. Only trouble is when i try to change the metacloud settings vue freezes up on me and i have to shut down vue. More tests must be done.
Quotei don't want to be harsh but these clouds don't look better than beginner's clouds on TG2...