Irish perhaps. Made some simple auks to go along with it.
C'est une texture pour les rochers ?
This is a texture for the rocks ?
What is? The auks? No, auks are birds (google 'auk'). And actually they're razorbills....
Ce qui est rose au bord de l'eau. C'est une texture ?
What is pink at the edge of the water. This is a texture ?
Begorrah, I'm simply dazzled by the second one. I think I'll take up golf.
There is some sparse pink color in the rocks indeed.
Instantly recognisable as Inishmore in the Aran Isles. (Or at least inspired by there) A very distinctive landscape. Looking forward to where you go with this. Are the walls done with an image or procedurally?
C'est surement fait avec le warp shader.
No, no warp this time ;) It's an image map. I tried to make decent lines procedurally, but this was easier. I think with a stack of simple shapes and a proper (squarish) warper, I could do it procedurally, though.
I'm not sure whether I take this further, although I'm not happy with the photographic quality and the cliffs, a.o. Time to work on something else.
Beautiful colours, good depth, good foam on the water and very good scale.
I really like the colour on the cliffs, makes it look like granite.
Most of all I like the depth and how the light falls on the coloured cliffs in the background.
Good one Dune.
I thought of Ireland too when I looked at the image. Then I read your post. So I would say it works.
Never been to leprechaun land though, just liked the movie far and away a lot.
Quote from: Dune on February 24, 2013, 07:51:40 amThere is some sparse pink color in the rocks indeed.
I didn't realize that the Irish cliffs have so much feldspar.
I just used some nice colors, didn't dive into rock specialties. It's about the walls, actually. But you're right; I have to take care to strive for realism, also in that respect.