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    thats one heavy frog to cause such camera shake =)

    You have a mighty fine eye for detail.

    have you ever heard of 3d coat - its zbrush rival (cheaper) educational version is only 100 bucks. It does similar for creating organic and allowing texturing of objects with an airbrush.

    which object has the dielectric?

    and how did you do such nice moss on the rock is that more than just a texture?
    thanks
    pete

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Wilde View Post
    This looks amazing, I like it very much!


    I would like to see that setup. How did you limit the displacement to the top of the cylinder only, and how did you round off the edges (the roundness looks pretty uniformly) at the edge of the cylinder?
    I use the old displacement texture box, in Y axis! I may use a gradient with distance to object to limit the displace effect, I made the cylinder from a quadsphere, see the image:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartiflette View Post
    Superb render and very believable animation, congratulations on this !

    Cheers,
    Laurent aka Tartiflette.
    thanks for your comment

    Quote Originally Posted by gordonrobb View Post
    That's superb. Is the displacement only on the top as it's a different surface?
    thanks for your comment, I think I answer you question above!

    Quote Originally Posted by davidsenna03 View Post
    Genial!! Felicitaciones por ese excelente trabajo!
    muchas gracias! saludos!

    Quote Originally Posted by vonpietro View Post
    thats one heavy frog to cause such camera shake =)

    You have a mighty fine eye for detail.

    have you ever heard of 3d coat - its zbrush rival (cheaper) educational version is only 100 bucks. It does similar for creating organic and allowing texturing of objects with an airbrush.

    which object has the dielectric?

    and how did you do such nice moss on the rock is that more than just a texture?
    thanks
    pete
    yep, is a heavy frog I hear of 3d coat, I see some videos and looks amazing, I will like to test it some time, I don't have zbrush and is very expensive, I use it in my work, so, I'm looking for a more affordable option to make displacement maps and textures in my home, the moss is a low poly mesh, I use instances on the rocks, you can see it in the wire frame I posted, the dark green boxes on the rocks

    greetings, David
    David Agüero - freelance 3D generalist & concept design
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    Amazing piece of work!
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    Really great to see some behind the scenes on a lovely piece of work!
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    Superb!

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    Super cool!
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