Uh, what a dismal and deserted place, though the sun shines brightly. Marvellous picture with convincing textures!
But someone has forgotten his rope (lower-left corner) ;-)
5 of 5.
Join Date: 01.03.2004 Comments: 2227
Highly evocative image! The gasses visibly squirt out of the cracks in the rock - volumetric cloud material? Whatever, it works a treat. Excellent use of mud cracks - I think I can see why you needed so many terrains - can't see any joins. The light on the pitted surface is convincing. Got to be top marks. My only quibble, and this is not your fault, but the stars look a little bit too big.
Join Date: 10.15.2010 Comments: 838
Interesting optical effect!
Join Date: 05.26.2004 Comments: 4478
Thank you! The gasses evaporate from the cracks indeed. The terrain was copied, inverted, made massive and a volume material applied. Of course, the negative cracks were pulled up.
Join Date: 04.29.2010 Comments: 76
Here is a really impressive space image. The cosmic lights is perfectly metrized and i can almost see some particles in these rays.
The texture you've choose for your terrains is great to, cold and reflecting. Very nice.