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davidbrinnen

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Lonely Space Engine
Lonely Space Engine

            

Lonely Space Engine
Description: Bryce-ONLY Model.

You'l need your Red and Cyan goggles for this one.

I used IBL shading and the background is IBL too. I created my own probe. It is not from NASA.

Not totally happy with this render. But it is an interesting composition.
Added by: KinemagiK
Keywords: Space, IBL, Anaglymphs
Date: 05.05.2013 08:38
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richter
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Join Date: 04.15.2004
Comments: 1097
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Very ogranic, very alien and certainly - fully anaglyph 3d! Well done. Now how about some more tentacles, or asteroids? That is if you're planning on continuing the current project, I remember you said you're a busy man, so.. I understand. See you around, KinemagiK.
05.06.2013 06:33 Offline richter richter at cold-may.com
Horo
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Join Date: 05.26.2004
Comments: 4357
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This anaglyph worked perfectly from the first look. Impressive, also very interesting model. Backdrop looks quite convincing. Well done!
05.06.2013 07:30 Offline Horo h.-r.h.wernli at bluewin.ch https://www.horo.ch/
KinemagiK
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Join Date: 07.07.2012
Comments: 31
Thanks Richter and Horo

Richter, no more tentacles or asteroids! I have to get on with the Bryce Dragon which fortunately has only one tentacle - the tail.

Horo, this one does not work for me as well as i would like. I suppose i like a more extreme effect which is difficult to achieve given the background, vast perspective and my poor eyes..

I used a symetrical binocular engine which is quite unusual because the lenses are divergent relative to the target. This is because of the pivot point, refractive index and other factors. If i had time i would try a collimator which would give me unlimited eye seperation adjustment. But time i do not have.

Well i am glad you liked it.

I will now get on with more useful things.
05.06.2013 08:26 Offline KinemagiK pbudarick at adam.com.au
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