View Full Version : Sci-fi alien world
j e e v
12 December 2001, 03:14 AM
Just displaying an old favourite picture of mine. This is still a WIP. Wanted some inspiration back to turn it into a great image. One of my ideas is to feature two spaceships battling in the air and one ship blown down. What do you say?
< http://liquid2k.com/jeev/images/Terra/msl.jpg (http://liquid2k.com/jeev/images/Terra/msl.jpg)>
The website is down sometimes.
12 December 2001, 10:42 AM
"This page, file, or picture was hi-jacked, or you just can't type.
Either way it's not here!"
sorry bud :(
12 December 2001, 01:18 PM
Try to copy and past this one : http://liquid2k.com/jeev/images/terra/msl.jpg
That looks pretty nice... Great sand/rock texture...
12 December 2001, 01:58 PM
i like it a lot!!!
great colors, great mood!!
12 December 2001, 02:16 PM
Wow... Look almost real!
Now you send this pic to some ufo observer and you said you have been kidnapped to take photo ;)
12 December 2001, 04:03 PM
I would break up the texture a little. add a bit more variety to the stones
It still shouts : PROCEDURAL TEXTURE out loud.
nice start though
12 December 2001, 04:12 PM
hmm.. it looks very much like Terragen..
another mars scenario
12 December 2001, 05:08 PM
the second one u posted looks more natural and realistic. good work 8)
12 December 2001, 05:22 PM
ahm.. if you are refering to my post.. then.. it's not my work..
it's another generated terrain, taken from the Terragen website.
(sorry if I have misunderstood any irony in your post)
not that is anything wrong with terrain generators.. simply stating a fact. and this one is even free and able to create nice results...
12 December 2001, 10:55 PM
the colors are interesting.
i think the texture near the camera is very sharpen and
has a exagerated bump.
and that big conical shadow in middle of picture is too
opaque and is breaking the scene .
12 December 2001, 11:49 PM
good color &Terragen:)
j e e v
12 December 2001, 12:00 AM
Thank you all for rejuvenating my inspiration back. This is going to look great for sure.
Kadde, you are right, i should 'increase' the shadow lightness and modify the bump mapping near the camera.
loganarts, thanks for understanding my intention to create a specific mood in the art work. Do check out my other art works at
j e e v
12 December 2001, 04:46 AM
Made some improvements as suggested:
lightened the shadows a bit and changed the sun light orientation so that it would minimize the 'cutting' of the scene into half.
Decreased the bump strength and the lightness of the surface near the camera.
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