Inside a Deep Forest, Martin Huisman (3D)


#1

Title: Inside a Deep Forest
Name: Martin Huisman
Country: Netherlands
Software: Terragen

This image has been made using mainly Terragen 2.
The ivy’s were made with Ivy Generator and position matching was done using a reference-object within TG2 and correcting the origin of the ivy models within 3DS Max.
Postwork was done in Photoshop. Levels, contrast and the like.

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheers,
Martin


#2

That is a really realistic looking digital environment you have created there.
I like the ligthing and the fog.

Very good work!


#3

Devastating render! Amazing work on the texturing and the ivy and other plants. Keep up the great work.


#4

Nice atmosphere. Good job on the rock too.


#5

i like the over all feeling…great.


#6

Great detail and lighting. My only crit would be to vary the moss/ivy up a bit more and introduce more subtle contact shadows where they meet the rocks. Keep up the good work! :arteest:


#7

Stunning render Martin. The only thing I would suggest is to increase the density of the mosses so that instead of clumps along the flat areas you have a seamless thick covering. The lighting and mood of the image are particularly great!


#8

looks like foto :thumbsup:


#9

I got to work and took a second look on my Viewsonic, and it looks even better. Amazing lighting here, and the details are very clean and nice!


#10

Yeah… this is a absolute stunning render. I have to agree with RArcher tho, about the moss. Otherwise it’s a fantastic image. Love the atmosphere.

Regards,
Terje


#11

I just gonna say that it is really reallistic! and with terragen, hehe, awesome!!


#12

OMG! We wonna see wireframe!!!:slight_smile: :eek:


#13

:applause: Bravo, not a typical Terragen render of landscape from a distance. Great stuff


#14

cool atmonsfere!


#15

amazing work with great details . mood and lighting is awesome.


#16

Love this Martin!


#17

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