First Mojo by 3DMISFIT ()
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Hello to one and all, this is my first Mojo render. I know it's no rembrant and pretty basic would love any comments and or advise, really want to get into this program,anyone who wants help flick me an email, thanks
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Lenord () 8:22AM | Sun, 25 July 2010
First ventures into the Mojoverse can be daunting, it's a powerful and complicated piece of Software to get your head around but this is a good start. A lot depends on what you want from the application, to become Clinically and Technically proficient or produce Startling Surreal or Realistic Planetscapes, Welcome to the Mojoverse 3DMISFIT. Peace
KnightWolverine () 11:02AM | Sun, 25 July 2010
Don't own or use it but have seen enough posted who do and say your heading in the right direction.It all starts with your 1st steps...we all crawl before we walk...(Smile) William
woz2002 () 2:58PM | Sun, 25 July 2010
Welcome to Mojo Fred:) Cloud layers have an option to allow them NOT to intesrsect with terrain..its called "avoid terrain"...higher values give "bigger holes" so to speak. Terrain spikiness can be controlled by reducing roughness or result scale for starters :) Atmospheres have density making them thicker or lighter....try values from 0.1 to 30 to see the results. Do small renders as samples when working to get the result you want. Look at the default render settings..Normal / Low / High then look at creating your own render settings. Mojo has many elements to play with so also dont be concerened about asking questions in the mojo forum or searching for results. Its gonna take a while...so hang tight, experiment & post your results ;-)
claudia02 () 10:58AM | Thu, 29 July 2010
Hi ! Willkommen in der Mojogemeinschaft ! Fürs erste ein klasse Bild ! Mojowelten als inpiration ? www.Xynedia.de Gruß James W.