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Rainbow Spheres
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Anurin

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Grey World
Grey World

            

Grey World
Description: this is a world I created from scratch
Added by: poodlepips
Keywords: grey, city, world, red
Date: 02.23.2010 20:10
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Anurin
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Join Date: 01.21.2009
Comments: 103
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Impressive. Especially considering it was done from scratch. The color scheme works very well here. The materials are excellent. Did you make your own or use presets? Though I think the water could stand to have less bump, but thats a matter of taste. Well done!
02.23.2010 20:42 Offline Anurin
poodlepips
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Join Date: 01.27.2010
Comments: 17
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Hi, I used preset textures, although they did have some tweaking...for example to get the right amount of transparency for the red to glow without being obviously lit. the mountains are a wet mud texture, which gives a nice wet look! I know what you mean about the water, I tried a couple of different presets and played around, this was the one I liked the most, but maybe I need to play some more. It took 6 hours to render too probably because there are so many reflections and ripples!
02.23.2010 21:13 Offline poodlepips
rashadcarter1
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Join Date: 06.04.2006
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Like a scene from a movie of a dying planet or distant moon camp. Very good. love the glowing redness, looks almost like mushrooms
02.26.2010 00:53 Offline rashadcarter1 rashadcarter1 at aol.com
Horo
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Join Date: 05.26.2004
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Very interesting scene. If you take presets, tweak them. For the water, rise transparency, decrease reflection, set refraction to around 133 and lower bump. In case you don't know: you can enter exact numbers in the fields, up to two decimal places, instead of pushing and pulling the sliders. If you've figured this out already, I apologise for being a smart ass.
02.26.2010 22:10 Offline Horo h.-r.h.wernli at bluewin.ch https://www.horo.ch/
richter
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Join Date: 04.15.2004
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Effective scene. I personally am interested how did you achieve that reddish glow around those sci-fi "mushrooms". Is it with a red radial inside the semi-transparent object, or you used more advanced technique for that?
02.27.2010 14:29 Offline richter richter at cold-may.com
poodlepips
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Join Date: 01.27.2010
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Hi Thanks for the comments,

Horo - any advice is always welcome, I didn't know you could use decimal points, but I did know you could enter your own figures...I did have a play with the water...I will have another I think.

Richeter - I did use a radial light and twaeked the transparency until they glowed nicely. it tale a bit of playing, I knew what I wanted, and just kept going til I go it without loosing the colour. I added a red tinge to the radial too, to encourage the red glow - rather than bleaching it out to a pink colour.
02.27.2010 19:58 Offline poodlepips
Horo
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Join Date: 05.26.2004
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Well poodlepips, that was very clever. Thanks richter for asking. It gives the impression of some colour bleed as we would expect when TA (true ambience) is used.

The red on the mountain peak at left is a give-away that a light was used. But it is a clever scheme. Might not work always, but does here.
02.27.2010 20:54 Offline Horo h.-r.h.wernli at bluewin.ch https://www.horo.ch/


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