Here's a render from the last September. I've been into landscapes lately switching back and forth between different software. This time I ended up retouching a Mojoworld render. I made a small planet, "waited" for the sunset and called upon Photoshop for the postwork. It was like the old times when I had this urge, this sudden inspiration to do something in 3d that I was afraid I'd forget :), so several hours of fiddling with the too-procedural-looking Mojo render + a couple more of post-manipulation. I did enjoy the process however. I hope you'll like that piece too.
See ya around!
Very epic looking picture. It is fantastic. Difficult to comment since I never used Mojoworld. I heard that Ken stopped developing it.
Join Date: 12.11.2010 Comments: 248
Very atmospheric picture. Your scene is showing that the worlds out there are hostile and dangerous. Especially the sun looks scary. I am glad, that I am not out there, but sitting in my cosy room in front of my computer.
Join Date: 10.15.2010 Comments: 848
Amazing work! It is a pity that it is impossible to make such clouds in Bryce. Or is it photoshop?
Join Date: 01.03.2004 Comments: 2227
Wonderful composition, as Horo says Epic. I think it would be possible to have such clouds in Bryce but the render time would be boggling, there might also be "noise" issues - a perpetual problem whenever the rendering bar is raised in Bryce.
Shame that Ken stopped developing Mojoworld as Horo says, I've been tempted...
Join Date: 06.04.2006 Comments: 2622
Very much a view from heaven. Not everyday one sees an image like this one. Its fantastic surely. I really like the terrain.
Join Date: 04.15.2004 Comments: 1097
Thank you, guys!
All the clouds are postworked various photos, re-shaped to fit the idea, as are the cyclon crater and the fine-bump rock erosions, and the planet - re-lit accoring the sun position. Light plasma is a semi-transparent apophysis render.
The mojo-render was simply a fundament. [Here] you can see the alpha render. Faint flat default clouds, clean procedural terrain, even the crescent planet seem a bit off. So all in all - the postwork brought the look I was after.
Join Date: 08.17.2010 Comments: 115
Beautiful...amazing terrain, sky, colors.....very, very nice imagery. =)