moon


(stephen2002) #1

Ok, this moon is not done in Blender, but it is completely CG. Generated by fractals!

http://rendermonitor.no-ip.com/moon1.jpg

Moon created and rendered by a program called MojoWorld. It makes entire fake planents :D! Making fake things that look real is FUN!


(S68) #2

YOU

Evil one!

Do you think it is fair showing us suchnice picture without the URL to the software???

:smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

just kidding (but I want the URL)

Stefano


(stephen2002) #3

so sorry, but I did not have the URL on hand:

http://www.pandromeda.com

I am using Transporter (which is their free version). It would appear they have a new version!

here are a few more pictures that I whipped up early on when I downloaded it:

http://rendermonitor.no-ip.com/test2.jpg
http://rendermonitor.no-ip.com/test3.jpg

Have fun! It is a great pice of software (awful expensive in the full version though)


(S68) #4

Nice images, last I like better…

/me is downloading :wink:

Stefano


(Xampersand) #5

:open_mouth: whoa.

sweeeet.


(hannibar) #6

Nice images.

The first one looks like raindrops on carpaint. I like the effect.


(rogerm3d) #7

Nice images there. Ecept the water mark, but hell its a demo right. :smiley:
Downloaded the program to try. Is quite nice. But man that renderer is slow on my computer. :frowning: Guess I shouldnt complain when its high vertice, doing something like raytracing, and also nice reflections for water.
Oh well. :slight_smile: :stuck_out_tongue:


(blengine) #8

thats an awesome moon, very realistic


(stephen2002) #9

rogerm3d: The render is slow on MY computer (1GHz PIII). But it makes some reallllyyyy convincing images.

Yes, there is a logo. However, the render is in wide-format, so you can just crop it out of the picture and you get a nice square render.

The registered version gives you better rendering control, but I don’t need to go buy that when I only use the program every now and then for whipping up a quick landscape.


(rogerm3d) #10

Man what kinda computer do you need for a faster rendering. Since its slow on your 1 Ghz PIII and on my 1500+ Athlon Xp.
I guess I need a faster computer. lol :wink:


(0ptikz) #11

Hey Stephen,

Great pics and great link to this software, very cool =)

This is the first pic I rendered with this software, and it took 12 hours on my P3450!!

http://mysite.iptic.com/madcow/rainswept_small.jpg


(Alltaken) #12

looks nice but i don’t see the refections of the rocks in the water on this bottom one.

i think terragen works ok as well!!!


(stephen2002) #13

rogerm3d: There are some apps (like this one, and Terrage, and Lightflow, etc) that take a long time almost no matter what computer to put it onto. Unless, you happen to have access to the CIA supercomputer :wink:

You can always decrease the detail level. The lowest detail actually renders in a few seconds, which is great for previews.

alltaken: Yes, terrage works good for a lot of things, but this one is more fun to play with :wink: The full version actually has exports to a variety of formats in UNLIMITED RESOLUTION with a texture map, also in unlimited resolution. Like to see Terragen do that!