Another Tangent by efflux ()
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This is a very quick render of another tangent I'm off on. I know some of you are after finished planets and I have loads in development but still none finished. I've only been working with Mojo for a fairly short time. Eventually I'll get one finished. I like working on several at once because an idea that doesn't work on one planet sometimes is perfect for another.
Driving the terrain result scale with another fractal is a great technique as I discovered with this planet.
Thanks for all your comments.
Image Comments (15)
Vandaler () 1:34PM | Mon, 24 May 2004
Very nice. Your generator skills are quite remarkable. keep it up.
bclaytonphoto () 2:42PM | Mon, 24 May 2004
Yep, playing with a fractal for the Result scale does some interesting things!! You can accomplish about the same thing in the curve editor,but IMHO, a fractal adds a little more to the overall detail.. Why? because of the "shape" of the fractal.. Of course, the more fractals you use the more complex a worl becomes and that's when they start to slow down.. have you tried using "noise" instead of a fractal to drive the RS? That would work too, and noise is faster than a fractal.
Zerelli () 6:07PM | Mon, 24 May 2004
Ahh the planet tease again! Another wowser, I don't want to wait for you to finish haha, I will work with the "uncomplete" ones. Excellent and I really love the way the sand is spread over the rock formation.
Slav () 7:57PM | Mon, 24 May 2004
Great work! yes,fractals in RS are very handy at building the displacements, working as masks in 2d software:)
avidflame () 3:14AM | Tue, 25 May 2004
Excellent work. You sure are producing some real stunners in the planetary looks department ...as Z's regular comments prove ....lol
PatGoltz () 1:39PM | Wed, 26 May 2004
The rocks and sand are outstanding. The sky is totally nondescript.
JAYBEEH () 4:08PM | Wed, 26 May 2004
A superb piece of planet building!...the textures and mats on the terrain are top class!...lovely light in this image...excellent work!!