Sunday, April 30, 2006

Mars

This is a test for the sort of Terrain my Mars Base will eventually sit on when I get around to completing it. Height map generated in Geo Control and the scene rendered in Vue 5 Infinite with rocks added to the terrain using Vue's Eco-System tool.

8 comments:

Piotr said...

Great sense of atmosphere. It's amazing how far technlogy is bringing us.

Niel Bushnell said...

Looks really nice. Perhaps the sky should have more of a fall-off on it, given the amount of fogging on the mountains it suggests a lot of dust in the air which would probably make the sky fade out to a much lighter pinky-white towards the horizon. Just a thought.

Andrew Glazebrook said...

And what have I told you about thinking ? :)

Hans said...

Great stuff! Looks like you've been busy! Love all the new posts, including the zombie guy! Are you working on any movies or commercials?

Hans

Andrew Glazebrook said...

I'm doing some work on a TV show at the moment that I'll be able to talk about at a later date but for the moment I have to keep quiet !!

ISLAND MONKEY said...

Nice one. That's very Ray Bradbury if you don't mind me saying so.

ross cuthbert said...

Landscapes look stunning!

Dean Roberts said...

look . i don't do computers - exactly how easy is it to create a landscape like this . how long ? . don't show this to Rich because his painting career will be up the spout along with his landscape photography . computers.burn them all . melt them all in a big melty vat and welcome back the 19th century with open arms.
you really are annoyingly clever andy ( and bushy's right )