The Shores of Timbuk3 by Lenord ()
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MojoWorld3pro/PhotoFiltre/PS7 for Color contrast and Frame
Rendered in 3 sections and stitched together in PhotoFiltre because it was a Loooong Render. 31.5 hrs at 2100x1050 AA4-GD6, never gonna do that again, too freakin long
Thanks for the L@@k
Don't know why I'm having so much trouble getting a Clean UpLoad here, that's a pain in the ass too.
Image Comments (30)
Jennyfnf () 12:49PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
Well worth the wait Len - Since I was there in nineteen canteen I thought it might have changed but it is still as beautiful as ever. I'm glad you waited for the render and I'll be on the next boat:-)
Kaartijer () 12:54PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
Finally! Been trying twice to see it, but no luck... so this was the big mysterious image that didn't want to show up... Excellent work, Len... great scene!
dayna2 () 1:00PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
LOL tell the truth you just want us all waiting around till you finish uploading, the place reminds me of turtles baby turtles all about to hatch and run for the sea, fantastic landscape Len. (((hugs))) Dayna xx
mac4gman () 1:29PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
That's nearly Brycean render times - ouch! Gotta tell ya that's one shore I don't want to get shipwrecked on...!
eekdog () Online Now! 1:31PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
gues the third time is the charm my friend. excellent landscape! way long render eh..
mrestey () Online Now! 2:12PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
Nice Lenord! When I see your alien worlds my mind instantly begins to images the life forms that probably live on the planets you create. Like this one for instance. I can picture some sort of mud grubbing little creatures that live in the muddy flats and larger things that prey upon them. Thanks for all the fun, imaginative images. I enjoy them.
JAYBEEH () 2:48PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
Excellent work Len!!....nice job on the stitching!....Great view of that shoreline and those cloud layers look Superb!!
jimw1 () 2:56PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
Well I cant see the stitching but I can smell the Seaweed...the water and Wet rock textures look superb......Man thats some Render Time....I thought Cinema was bad enough......Terrific work Len.......
MagikUnicorn () 4:50PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
Wowww VUE & Mojo make some Stunning terrain WELL DONE LEN...Now IM OFF to TV watching CANADA Hockey game (women)
doarte () 7:47PM | Mon, 15 February 2010
This breathtaking Len. The landscape's perspective and dept are astonishing. I think the result of this image was worth the lengthy render. fav!
woz2002 () Online Now! 5:09AM | Tue, 16 February 2010
31.5, hmmm Id wait for it:) If you have a multi core you can always leave 1 rendering away & run a second mojo instance as the program only utilises a single core :) The waters in this hot are the strong points IMHO....nice murk/depth with a breaking foamy solution.
jif3d () 7:57PM | Tue, 16 February 2010
Looks just the place to spend some time checking out all the little critters in the rock pools ! Great rock texture and the water looks very realistic, nice work Len and don't even ask me about long render times !!! Well done & ~Cheers~
Slav () 3:24AM | Fri, 19 February 2010
It looks like Aktati
s Trans808 planet. It has a very complex materials for the water (shore area)and huge boulder displacements on the shore, which cood be seen here. Its a very slow -rendering planet. I don
t think Ive ever been able to render any "near the shore"-like shots from it.