Xpleet 1:41PM Tue, 22 April 2008
this is one neat tutorial BUT, how did you get a polycount over millions?
malaiarasan 6:06AM Thu, 09 August 2007
in this is it possible using metablob tool for combine all in one?
demondude 10:02PM Sun, 15 April 2007
One question: once you've joined the 6 terrains together, do they all come into the editor as one?
gendragon 6:04PM Sat, 24 February 2007
VERY NICE TUTORIAL Czarnyrobert. THANKS SO MUCH!
Dr_T 4:11AM Wed, 29 December 2004
Good tut. Never tought of doing such things with the terrain tool. thnx a lot.
gnurf 6:44AM Mon, 26 July 2004
Excellent tutorial, one of the best I have read at Renderosity.
A_ 2:19PM Mon, 24 May 2004
very interesting! thanks for sharing. :)
Incarnadine 11:51AM Fri, 21 May 2004
Thanks for the tut. This technique may be applied to more than just vue. Some excellent tips and ideas. Thanks again.
petshoo 4:09PM Mon, 17 May 2004
Wow, fantastic tut! Thanks for sharing, your pictures a stunning!
sittingblue 4:34PM Thu, 13 May 2004
I loved your tutorial. I liked how you explained how to used bright, but different, colors to distinguish terrain and material. Thanks!! ;)
czarnyrobert 9:56AM Mon, 10 May 2004
The link to artis's website is shown under each thumbnail picture in their gallery, but here is the shotrcut to my site:
TUTORIAL ON AMBIENT LIGHTING IN VUE :
Sprryte 7:16AM Mon, 10 May 2004
Hi Robert, thank you SO much for posting this great tutorial - I'd like to understand more about how you mixed and made the rock material. Could you give your website here - or just message me with it? Thanks again for creating this tutorial! *It's great!
czarnyrobert 6:55AM Mon, 10 May 2004
Please, remember that best results you will get mixing this rock technique with SIMULATED AMBIENT LIGHTING. The tutorial about lighting is on my personal website.
gerberc 4:14AM Mon, 10 May 2004
Thank you very much for making and sharing this!! It's awsome and I'll certainly try the technique you describe!
FrenchKiss 1:48AM Mon, 10 May 2004
Wow Robert, this looks fantastic! Thanks ever so much!!
czarnyrobert 3:46PM Sun, 09 May 2004
Hi ! Don't be afraid to post anny comments, especialy some critics & requests for more details on some steps or further explanations. Let say, this tutorial is only first prototype, and thanks to your comments I will be able to improve it.