Black Rock 2 by efflux ()
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This image is probably the best hint yet as to how I want to try to proceed with TG. Although TG2 is very good at creating photographic type images I think there is now loads to explore in the more fantastical, similar to Mojo. The beautifully real rendering and the capability to go crazy is something new. It takes time to work out the quips of the program. How it handles certain extreme things but I'm surprised we aren't seeing some more surreal stuff in the gallery. Start experimenting more with those graphs. There is huge power there whether earth like reality or not :-)
Image Comments (13)
Octaganoid () 6:39PM | Fri, 20 July 2007
Fantastic shapes there Ryan, please continue to dabble as you point out, its refreshing to see TG2 used in a Mojo like way like this..
Rich2 () 9:58PM | Fri, 20 July 2007
You sir, have a valid point - and this is a prime example of just that! Yet TG2TP still is a difficult one to master, and to each one goes a different taste: real surreal? I am struggling with non-blue skies - ! We need help with that one.
alf15000 () 4:07AM | Sat, 21 July 2007
That's the problem with most of people who work with TG2...If you create a surreal pic with TG or TG2, you pic will be "bad", because most of users of those softwares think that a "good" pic is a pic wich looks "real"... Your pic is great, and I wait for another one ;)
christianfly () 11:21AM | Sat, 21 July 2007
Yes, a Mojo look at 100%. And agree with alf15000, your pic is great!
MaydaMason () 12:52PM | Sat, 21 July 2007
it really looks like a mojoworld rendering! colossal depht
Tiwiwine () 10:14AM | Sun, 22 July 2007
Impressive render, very well done. I will keep an eye to your future renders, 'cause I like fantastic landscapes. I would like to do something similar, but TG2 is very hard to learn...