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your lighting gives the impression that it is the evening (sunset) or dusk. with a big blu sky like that, light should be more omnipresent. add some fill lights.
Created bu MAYA & PHOTOSHOP.
Give me some tips.
Any one has experience of using the VOLUME PRIMITIVES?
I found it hard to generate irregular fogs ,like cloud.
I linked the noise texture to the density or color attribute of the cubeFog,but it does no help!
Anyone can help me?
05-06-2002, 09:25 PM
Oh pretty pictures :D
05-07-2002, 12:11 AM
whats with the maya/ps at the bottom?? you created the art, not the program.:shame:
05-07-2002, 01:00 AM
everyone seems too picky about your art dude...i think its awesome.
this is a critic forum. Pics are posted here for people to be picky, all in a way which shares knowledge and experience, bettering everyone's experience.
i didnt say his scene is crap. its quite good. but he didnt need to know that from me because there millions of people like you to bow down and say it for me. I told him what he needed to know to make his good work even better.
fix the lighting.
05-07-2002, 08:46 PM
hmm, hen piaoliang, :thumbsup:
even more if one knows this place.
it`s the fort Jiayuguan at the end of the great wall, am i right?
jan_muentinga,have you been to china,you can say chinese?So happy to hear this.thank you for your praise.But this is not fort Jayuguan,just an old city I thought up.
And zen,also thank you.You are right,the lighting is not the effects in my mind.I did not use GI renderer,so I set lots of lights in this scene.But the shadow is still so dark.
05-08-2002, 04:17 PM
z3f ... I love your works ... do you have a bigger version though? I'd really like to use that as my wallpaper if you don't mind :)
I notice the pics look like a gate to an ancient China kingdom ... you can add it to Toeng.com if you have a bigger version, I bet many of my visitors will love it :)
05-08-2002, 04:43 PM
ah, wo bu gandang.;)
greetings from berlin:beer:
Toeng.com,I've added 2 files on your site,but I can find it.Where are they?
01-13-2006, 06:00 AM
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