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Mangonia 3 by inkydigit Mangonia 3 by inkydigit
some back to basics renders from me - messing about with GeoControl and image maps for sediment flow etc... more to come I think... it's way too much fun!
For some reason aerial views like this remind me of maps (of course)... there is something magical about this view, like flying I guess?!
cheers
J
:)
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Schmiegel Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014
This is amazing - absolutely looks like an areal view of a mountain area. Love also the water level in the previous render. Very promising if this can be ported to renderers like Terragen or Blender - can it?
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inkydigit Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Hi Schmiegel,
this was rendered and surfaced in Terragen... all of the other elements like flow masks and terrain were created with GeoControl, then just imported as a terragen terrain (.ter) and then when using the image map shaders together with the various output flow maps (greyscale .bmp) in terragen, there is a lot of flexibility to control image Gamma etc so you could also use various versions of the same flow map as masks for different but interlinked  surfaces.
The previous render used 4 I think, I probably had 8 I could use in total, but for the purpose of this render, that was not necessary. 
I hope this makes sense...
feel free to ask again
thanks for commenting too!
cheers
Jason

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Schmiegel Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014
Thank you! No questions yet - downloading the demo :)
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inkydigit Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
no problem, have fun... as long as you match the flow maps to your terrain size and location you will have no problems!
:)
J
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Schmiegel Featured By Owner Apr 10, 2014
Thank you - looking forward to experiment!
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