Started by Shackleton, May 03, 2009, 01:26:23 pm
Quote from: latego on May 04, 2009, 05:20:21 amThe main difference is that with Vue you can build an image (or better a doodle ) in 20 minutes; you cannot do that with TG2 (as you cannot do that also with Carrara e.g.).
QuoteI personally find Terragen very logical and hence easy to comprehend. I hope with our help you will have a similar experience.
QuoteTg2 is very bare-bone. No presets for anything. All your skies, atmos, clouds, materials have to be created from scratch. There's no quick way of putting a scene together.
QuoteJust don't crank it is the best advice. There are tons of ways to cheat TG into making wonders.
Quote from: MooseThat said, Vue may amass all the new features is cares, but devoid of stability and poor support, quickly deem themselves useless, I guess. So on the one hand you've got an app with lots of marketing bucks previewing new features what seems every six months, but they probably won't work like you'd expect. And on the other, there's a solid app that may lack on features but still produces great results, is quite cheap, has great support bla bla...
Quote from: richcz3 on May 04, 2009, 02:26:35 pmTg2 isn't as in depth as Vue, but its easier to get into and the community here is positive and helpful.
Quote from: richcz3 on May 04, 2009, 02:26:35 pmE-Ons forums are a complaint fest, offer few resources and of little help.
Quote from: latego on May 04, 2009, 12:27:13 pmActually, there are quite a lot of people who are starting to think (and say) that the future of training are video tutorials, not written material or class attendance.An ideal option would be high quality videos on YouTube.
Quote from: reck on May 04, 2009, 03:13:14 pmIs it possible to view the E-on forum without having purchased vue?
Quote from: Oshyan on May 04, 2009, 11:38:06 pm... there are solid existing workflows that are possible with most major applications. Note however that this addition to the documentation is not even started yet, so it will take a bit before it's available. When it is, though, I expect it to be very useful.- Oshyan