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The little hamlet of Ynosetomer on the planet Ynosmetsys. Defying the laws of physics, it can be seen floating around the globe. Created in Bryce 6 and Photoshop CS2.
storm, world, planet, lightning, alien, fi, sci, spacecraft, retepk, planetscape
Not an artist just an outsider trying to get somewhere in the artworld. Got a long way to go yet. Appreciate all the help I can get so criticism is most welcome.Cheers.
Thank you very much John.Cheers.
Reminds me, I hardly ever used the symmetrical mountains tool, that’s right next to the usual one, I’ve seen a tutorial where someone was making objects with that by painting and erasing elevations in the terrain editor on the symmetrical terrains. Saw another one where you flip a terrain like this, turn it into a negative booleans object, then push it into the ground, and you get a lake! Well, a hole anyway!
Thanks Syd. Yes that’s one way of creating a lake although I haven’t done that myself. I should explore that other tutorial you mention. I have in the past experimented in the terrain editor but not used it extensively.Cheers.
Another great piece
Many thanks Phil. Appreciate it.Cheers.
The preview never looks like the actual thing!?!
Yes it just a guide. I only judge it when I look at a high res, full screen version of an image before I consider it ready to upload. Although I still, to my chagrin, subsequently spot a mistake and scramble to correct it and replace the faulty image.
Outstanding work Peter!! :)
Thank you very much Keith. I got the idea while doing the dishes. Maybe I should do the dishes more often . . . well . . . maybe not.Cheers.
awesome Peter, this is an instant addition to my favs
Thank you very much Skyhorse.Cheers.
fantastical Peter! (big smile)
Thank you Owlspook.Cheers.
Thank you very much. Appreciate your commentCheers.
This is really cool, great job!
Thank you very much Steve.Cheers.