Nature's Basin

Started by Linda McCarthy, December 02, 2009, 03:34:15 pm

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Linda McCarthy

In case you're interested in examining the file..

Credits:
Title by my husband, John
flowers, Primula denticulata, by Jan Walter Schliep can be found in his TGO Pack 1; available for download @
http://www.wallis-eck.de/2009/?p=227
Tree, a [color] variation on Jan Walter Schliep's The Noble One_low, can be downloaded @ http://www.wallis-eck.de/2009/
Thanks John & Walli!
John Robertson for his Ben McDuff tutorial and  Robert Choronzuk for his tutorials dealing with single objects and object populations/distribution.  Thanks John R. and Bob!

Henry Blewer

This has nice rich color. I think the roughness of the landscape is too general, but that is a thing I have in my stuff, and never see until it's posted.... I like the clouds very much.
http://flickr.com/photos/njeneb/
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Kadri

Fractalinda it is a nice image , especially the clouds  :)

But the lake seems like there is some problems...like it is floating. Is it really on the ground ?

Cheers.

Kadri.

reck

something strange is going on with the lake, very flat and looks like its floating.

PG

Man I need to get back into Terragen now my PCs working again. So hard to get back into the swing though. I'm just so jealous of people who have advanced onto scenes like this though.
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Linda McCarthy

Hello njeneb, Kadri and Reck,

Thank you very much for the feedback.  
Re the lake, after I pin-pointed (or mouse-pointed) the area I wanted to designate for the lake, I copied and pasted the coordinates..and also reduced the radius, since I wanted more of a pond effect.  I welcome suggestions for improvement on this and on any aspect of the render you think could be improved.

Thanks again, Linda aka fractalinda

ps.. Thanks PG!  Was just notified of your comment.

Kadri

Opss ! I thought this was the image sharing area.
Thanks for the  TGD Linda  :)

Kadri.

Kadri

December 03, 2009, 01:48:42 am #7 Last Edit: December 03, 2009, 01:51:58 am by Kadri
I looked at the TGD Linda.
The lake object should be more to the high of  - 365 (Y) or so.
If you make the lake object larger you will see that it fills much more land (with the original settings).
Thus by only making the lake smaller the edges stay in the air.
I put here 2 images to show what i mean.

Cheers.

Kadri.

Linda McCarthy

Thank you for the examples, Kadri.  I see what you mean.  :)

TheBlackHole

I think this should be moved to the Image Sharing section. Anyone agree?
They just issued a tornado warning and said to stay away from windows. Does that mean I can't use my computer?

bobbystahr

Not really, Linda shared the file, a .tgd in her first post.. ...
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