Thelby 9:46AM Fri, 13 April 2007
I am going to give this a shot this weekend as I have just purchased and received Version 9 of LightWave. As a landscape artist, this is just what I was looking for and seems to be easy enough to build on for furture landscapes! Thanks SO Much for Your Time and Effort, Thelby Friday April 13, 2007
EclipseGT 8:06PM Wed, 19 October 2005
That was Awesome!!!!
dfdlm 6:19PM Wed, 08 June 2005
Well, this is what I call a great tutorial! I was always afraid of grass in scene :o> Sasquatch could be used for hair as well, am I right? One more thing, what about blurring the near leaves? I tried it using Digital Confusion postfilter but with no succes, it looked... weird. And using DoF su***... However, once again thanx alot!
mikeyanderson 8:11AM Sat, 12 March 2005
hello, gr8 tutorial...... send me an email as im a beginner, will credit ur help firstname.lastname@example.org
julianobs 7:56PM Thu, 18 November 2004
Muito Bom tutorial..pois foi bem detalhado.. Juliano - Guaruja/SP - Brasil
linkworld 4:21AM Thu, 21 October 2004
There's a small bug in this tut: the octave param in the textured displacement should be set to 5.0 and NOT to 0.5- have a look at the screenshot- the param is correct in there- but not in the text. Maybe that's why some people had problems with their modelz. But it's still a stunning tutorial.
nightbeast 2:27PM Fri, 16 January 2004
Very useful tutorial, altough my grass didn't look like yours ^^'
sacx 6:09PM Mon, 29 December 2003
damn good tutorial
pharmacomancer 7:14PM Thu, 18 December 2003
THANK YOU! Your tutorial taught me a lot of new things about lightwave. Even though my patch of grass looked like nasty wrinkled furry skin and the program crashed twice it was fun to give it a try. Great tutorial!
feldermaus 7:25PM Wed, 10 December 2003
Your tutorial removed my initial resistance against trying something new. Thank you, saslite will become one of my artistic tools now. Keep it up, Bob
Higherspirit 5:31PM Wed, 03 December 2003
Itīs very kind of you to write this tutorial, thanks a million and keep up the good work Man! :)
mokba 1:02PM Tue, 02 December 2003
well layed out tutorial, gave enough info to accomplish the task and yet left the door open to experiment. thanks!
Esme 8:07AM Sun, 23 November 2003
Yayy!!! wonderful tutorial! :)