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michiel | 3 years ago | 11 comments | 12 likes | 1,077 views

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The heightmap has been generated with WorldCreator ( www.world-creator.com ) and rendered with the new landscape layer.

The 360Ëš skybox has been shot in Rotterdam using the RICOH THETA S ( theta360.com... ), post processed with Bixorama ( www.outerspace-software.com... ) and rendered with the new skybox layer.

The 2 text layers automatically follow the landscape by marking the LAYER > STAND IN LANDSCAPE menu item.

The Camera\CameraFog effect is used to add extra depth and soft shadows are created with the light layer.




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Fantastic!
the landscape madmax game feeling :)
I ask for it the show for me? :)

LostBoyz, 3 years ago


Thank you LostBoyz!

Plan is to use this scene in the promovideo of version13 and when it's finished offer a single download of all the show files in the promo.

michiel, 3 years ago


Hi Michiel!

Ok! Thank you!

LostBoyz, 3 years ago


WOW!

It looks so fantastic!!

Ulli, 3 years ago


fantastic!! michiel!

liuyongcai, 3 years ago


impressive and beautiful sight.

Jesus, 3 years ago


Reality or 3D ?! Impressive!

vincent, 3 years ago


Wonderful.

Dani, 3 years ago


Incredible. The new features come together so natural.

Thor5ten, 3 years ago


Michiel,

How dit you make the colourmap?

Filip, 3 years ago


The displacementmap and colourmap have been created with www.world-creator.com

Here's an overview of software that can generate landscapes:

vterrain.org...

michiel, 3 years ago


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Michiel den Outer is the founder and lead coder of Outerspace Software. He lives in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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