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Forest ECO 7 by angelitoon Forest ECO 7 by angelitoon
Vue scene
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steve-burg Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2010  Professional Filmographer
I can't get a result like this from Vue :lol: !
The ground is so real - how?!!!
The atmosphere is pleasant, but there is a sense of ominous danger somehow :)
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angelitoon Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
All my trees and plants are rendered before or are based on photographs. Everything is mixed ..
This allows me to make the image generated in the plants to be realistic before you start to use them in Vue.
Never (or hardly ever) use the Vue trees. Spend a considerable amount of money to buy trees vue models but in the end decided to do several things that I think work best.
Model my own plants and trees.
Light up my first HDRI plants and made high-quality renders.
Use many parts of photography from photo library with alpha channel.
I made a mix of trees and plants were photographed and 3D.
I think it is a good solution and much faster when doing the final render. :)
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ttobserve Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2011
Everything is mixed...
Aha!   :+fav:
Convoluted, but the result sets it apart from straight 3D-render:
one has the feeling of actually being there.

Here’s another student  :reading:  of your tuts!
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angelitoon Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
Undoubtedly,
if you seek a more realistic finish, this is the solution.

Not for purists 3D. ;)
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ttobserve Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2011
Purists? Not I, milord!

Results, any which way!
Oh, and, those tuts of yours  :?  Where?
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angelitoon Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I have no time to do tutorials at this time ....
too much work ... sorry!
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ttobserve Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2011
Okay; mix-and-match, you say;
I’ll give it a try! (And another, and so on. :roll:)
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angelitoon Featured By Owner Aug 15, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
If you have any problems ..... you can me comment!
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steve-burg Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2010  Professional Filmographer
If it looks good, then that's the best solution!
I tried 3D trees in Vue. Not too bad, but still very "CG" in appearance. Photos and pre-rendered seems the best way to get a nice image (and not wait for 3 weeks to render!) :)
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angelitoon Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
is much difference in speed, if the trees are already rendered.
Also, I discovered a very simple way, that the light from the scene, influencing the trees, even when they are already rendered
and without losing its volume !!!!! :)
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