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At the edge of Oecumene
At the edge of Oecumene
Comments: 5
slepalex

13.06.2024, 01:04



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SOLARIS
SOLARIS

            

SOLARIS
Description: after wachin the new solaris movie i tried to recreate the planet, this came up, not much like the planet but i spent enough time on it.
Added by: guyrennie
Keywords: Rennie, space, sci-fi, planet, solaris
Date: 03.27.2004 18:48
Hits: 3372
Downloads: 144
Rating: 3.00 (3 Vote(s))
File size: 81.7 KB
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davidbrinnen
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Join Date: 01.03.2004
Comments: 2224
Nice atmosphere!

I can understand how you could spend a lot of time working on this, I'm mucking around trying to get a meteorite to look half decent and I'm having no end of problems with colissions between volume materials and fuzzy materials. Any words of advice wouldn't go amiss if you have come across the problem. Think interfereing boundaries of invisible bits of the materials behaving like thin sheets of glass.
03.27.2004 20:27 Offline davidbrinnen mail at davidbrinnen.co.uk http://www.davidbrinnen.com
guyrennie
Member

Join Date: 12.20.2003
Comments: 37
I understand

I hate it when that happens, so far ive found no way of eliminating this problem, ill have to do some more experimenting now that time has progressed since i came to the problem a while ago, and loads of times. ill informproblem
03.27.2004 23:06 Offline guyrennie guyrennie at hotmail.com
Frozencry
Member

Join Date: 12.16.2003
Comments: 132
!!

Wow to this image. Looks like there's no collision problems(which I have a huge problem with too), and the final image is wonderful. Very nice job on it!
03.28.2004 02:18 Offline Frozencry soul_reaver_14 at hotmail.com http://frozencry.deviantart.com


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