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Waterfall
Waterfall

            

Waterfall
Description: One of my favorites, its an idea taken from Unreal. In the 2nd level outside with the water fall over the cliff...
Added by: Nightst4r
Keywords: Nightst4r
Date: 12.15.2003 19:36
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Rating: 4.16 (3 Vote(s))
File size: 123.9 KB
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Frozencry
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Join Date: 12.16.2003
Comments: 132
woah

That's wicked! How did you do that waterfall though?! I can make waterfalls, but I can't make them like that! O_O

Ps: I know which level you speak of, love the graphics in Unreal, fantastic.
12.20.2003 12:08 Offline Frozencry soul_reaver_14 at hotmail.com http://frozencry.deviantart.com
Nightst4r
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Join Date: 12.11.2003
Comments: 440
water

THe waterfall is just a terrain.. With a water texture. Then apply the correct lighting and bam. Shining waterfall..
12.20.2003 20:31 Offline Nightst4r nightst4r at gmail.com http://www.bryce5.com
Frozencry
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Join Date: 12.16.2003
Comments: 132
water

I know I was just wondering how you bent it like that, that's all. I'm making something to do with a waterfall like that so I know now how to make it like that.

Ps: The waterfall reminds me so much of Soul Reavers graphics at the lake of the dead...
12.23.2003 04:02 Offline Frozencry soul_reaver_14 at hotmail.com http://frozencry.deviantart.com
Lebow61
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Join Date: 12.17.2003
Comments: 15
unreal

Its the part where the game makes a reference to Quake, right?
12.23.2003 19:58 Offline Lebow61 Lebow61 at hotmail.com
Nightst4r
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Join Date: 12.11.2003
Comments: 440
Quake & terrain

I never really finished quake =)
As for bending it, Just start off with a terrain at full height, and paint brush little slightly lower steps as you go. then end it with 0 height. You can curve in any way you want as the steps occur. And you get ur bend effect.
12.26.2003 13:02 Offline Nightst4r nightst4r at gmail.com http://www.bryce5.com
SirCyrel
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Join Date: 01.01.2004
Comments: 3
wow

All i Can say is WOW!
01.01.2004 06:05 Offline SirCyrel CyberCyrel at aol.com
Frozencry
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Join Date: 12.16.2003
Comments: 132
Bending etc

Ya I got what you mean now, as a matter of fact I just completed something which is similar to that waterfall shape(completely different perspective of image though) and it'll be rendered soon enough.

PS: My friend renders my images on Super AA, 1600x1200, and it takes time on alot of images, so i'll try and get him to get it rendered asap.
01.03.2004 01:48 Offline Frozencry soul_reaver_14 at hotmail.com http://frozencry.deviantart.com
Nightst4r
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Join Date: 12.11.2003
Comments: 440
kool

Sounds good, I'd love to see it as soon as it gets up here.
01.05.2004 00:28 Offline Nightst4r nightst4r at gmail.com http://www.bryce5.com
davidbrinnen
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Join Date: 01.03.2004
Comments: 2227
Ureal looked good this is much better

I like this. The blue sheen is very effective. You make it sound so easy - it really works a treat - so doubt it was that straight forwards.
01.17.2004 18:53 Offline davidbrinnen mail at davidbrinnen.co.uk http://www.davidbrinnen.com
zenadorion
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Join Date: 12.17.2003
Comments: 38
Ice Cool ^_^

Master!!!!! Can you send me some tips about this work ^_^ I't really cool!!!!!!
01.30.2004 04:06 Offline zenadorion zenadorion at yahoo.com http://zenadorion.deviantart.com
Lunatite
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Join Date: 02.26.2004
Comments: 11
...

you should make tutorials on how to do things like this
02.28.2004 14:29 Offline Lunatite chinchilla4000 at hotmail.com
lord_drakan
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Join Date: 03.14.2004
Comments: 4
birds

how do you make the birds???
03.21.2004 03:22 Offline lord_drakan lord_drakan1225 at yahoo.com
marty
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Join Date: 04.02.2004
Comments: 12
A very beautiful piece

I can just hear the sound of the gulls and the falling water! A superb and evocative picture, many thanks for sharing it with everyone.
04.07.2004 12:18 Offline marty cognescenti at hotmail.com
Enryl
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Join Date: 04.14.2004
Comments: 7
Ahhhhhhhhhhh ... OK

I understood ...
Apply a water texture on a terrain ...
Good idea ...I thought I had to make bolean objects to make a waterfall !!! LOL
Thanks a Lot !!!
04.19.2004 16:36 Offline Enryl fluffmanta at hotmail.com
Enryl
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Join Date: 04.14.2004
Comments: 7
Oooopps ...

Sorry ...Another question ...
How can you make the sunburst ???Near the Birds ??
Is it a special render or a sun effect ???
Thanks ... ;-)
04.19.2004 16:39 Offline Enryl fluffmanta at hotmail.com
davidbrinnen
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Join Date: 01.03.2004
Comments: 2227
I suspect...

Looking at it I'd say it was a post production effect put in using something like paint shop or photo shop to some such art package. You can do lens flair in bryce but it is very fiddly - I've done it for competitions where you are not allowed to do use other packages - basically it involves the carefull positioning of 2D discs of appropriate transparency and colour/pattern right in front of the camera. If there is another way, I haven't found it yet.
04.27.2004 21:09 Offline davidbrinnen mail at davidbrinnen.co.uk http://www.davidbrinnen.com
Ranlinde
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Join Date: 12.25.2004
Comments: 50
on photoshop lighting effects

you can also use dodge and burn tool do add highlights to the water texture with your brush (dodge tool looks like a lolli). Also duplicating your piccy layer and applying different blending modes and playing with layer masks can do wonders too.
01.03.2005 11:21 Offline Ranlinde ranlinde at yahoo.com
romtin_erfani
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Join Date: 11.02.2004
Comments: 123
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such a peaceful place, so much detail, MORE PLZ!:)
03.21.2005 22:25 Offline romtin_erfani yillfog at yahoo.com
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