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Paradise of Light

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Dedicated to team Quadspinner :) =nukeation

Their products and training video's are simply the best :D

Used: Supernoi and Rock XYZ from Quadspinner

Program used:

xFrog
Vue 8.5 Infinite

No postwork :)

Thanks for viewing and your comment! I hope you like it :)
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Jcyapha's avatar
Nice job🌴
MikeMS's avatar
Really nice! ;p
00AngelicDevil00's avatar
Amazing tropical scene :heart: I'd explore it with you someday *sniff* :cuddle:
Love the materials, the vegetation and the lighting but the best of all is the water, very realistic!! *________*
:iconsweethugplz:
xplosivemind's avatar
Beautiful vegetation. The image seems to be a bit too contrast. It could be me, with a different monitor on this computer, but not sure.
kabegami's avatar
Lovely picture:clap:
Did you use ecopainting to get the growth along the top of the arch and rocks?
KnowYouAre's avatar
Thanks so much :)

The vegetation on the arch and upper rocks was done with an ecosystem.
Some extra growth like on the left and far right top, was painted :)
kabegami's avatar
You're welcome.
I've got the version of Vue that supports ecopainting and I've got the ecopainting module . . . unfortunately I don't have a computer that can handle them. Every time I've tried to use it Vue seizes up and dies on me:disbelief:
racer1110's avatar
nice use of his materials ;)
yea i love nukeations training videos, too :)
Chromattix's avatar
Looks like the heat here would be a killer :phew: Second time I've seen this arch used...and this time it's above water :giggle:
KnowYouAre's avatar
Thanks Matt :D That means my mission was a succes :) It was suppose to look hot and humid :)

Yeah same arch :XD:
GiulioDesign94's avatar
WOW ! It's very beautiful. what kind of water did you use ?
KnowYouAre's avatar
Thank you :)

Its the default meta water from Vue. I only changed some setting, and used surface displacement. I learned how to do this from a Quadspinner tutorial called Waterscapes :)
KnowYouAre's avatar
You're welcome :)
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