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Sean
post Jan 16 2017, 05:25 PM
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Hale Crater Hills








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post Jan 17 2017, 07:46 AM
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Here is a still from a forthcoming animated tour of Hale Crater Hills.



Added some atmospheric scattering.




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post Jan 17 2017, 07:39 PM
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Another one from Hale Crater Hills...







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Great to see this realistic atmospheric effect!


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Thanks Steve... I figured out a way to automate/bake it into the workflow so it should help a lot with future images. More work to be done on the skybox.


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post Yesterday, 06:36 AM
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Hale Hills

Click thru to see the animated tour in 4k...



Stitched together from 2 DTM's.




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QUOTE (Sean @ Jan 18 2017, 02:36 PM) *
Stitched together from 2 DTM's.

Can't get enough of these....


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Hale Hills oblique...



rendered at 20000 x 10000




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To re-iterate, these are simply spectacular Sean - almost Ansel-Adamesque. Thanks for sharing them.
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Thank you, quite addictive making them! The data is amazing...these renders are optimized to run on my machine so there is room to squeeze a little more detail out. There are lots of 'improvements' on the way...sky, colour and hopefully some kind of contextual compositional solution, if I can get my head around the myriad sources!


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QUOTE (Sean @ Jan 19 2017, 12:25 PM) *
Thank you, quite addictive making them! The data is amazing...these renders are optimized to run on my machine so there is room to squeeze a little more detail out. There are lots of 'improvements' on the way...sky, colour and hopefully some kind of contextual compositional solution, if I can get my head around the myriad sources!


I understand the addiction. Years back when I was knee deep in the Microsoft Flight Simulator I found that users could add photorealistic scenery to areas and found DEM files from NASA and aerial photography shots from my county and combined them together to make the Phoenix area I was always flying over more realistic. The results were stunning. Suddenly the mountains and riverbeds looked exactly like reality and I began creating 3d buildings and objects, taking photos of their exteriors and wrapping them over the vertices. I spent months adding more and more. It eventually ended up a side business as people convinced me others would buy my work. It never was about the profit though. Was about the creativity it unleashed. A major addiction when it all comes together. Your work is wonderful.
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