Posts Tagged ‘Atmosphere’

Two More Skies

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

Another Two Skies from my tinkering, I shall be using this scene for all my testing with the atmosphere editor.

And the second one..

Evening Sun

Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

A nice evening image to ease myself back into Vue after a holiday in the UK.

Created while reading through Dax Pandhi’s fantastic book “Realism in Vue”

Forest Sunset

Friday, June 17th, 2011

Just playing around in the Atmosphere Editor and having some fun with it.

Morning View

Wednesday, October 20th, 2010

Another Picture Created in Vue 8.5 Infinite.

The house object was created by myself and is availiable for purchase at Renderosity Currently on offer with 30% off.

Rendered in about 4-5 hours.

Cloud Reference Guide – Spectral Model Cumulus

Friday, February 19th, 2010

This edition deals with the Cumulus clouds in the Spectral model, although they are not all designed for this model and do not necessarily look so good, I aim to demonstrate that these clouds can be used in different ways. This is aimed as a quick overview of what the clouds look like to reduce time spent rendering.

Each render is done at 800×600 at broadcast quality – the lighting model used is GI – Render times are presented as a basis of how long it took to render ONLY the sky, bear in mind that more complex scenes will take much longer than this to render.

This section will only focus on the Cumulus Clouds in order to keep the length of the page down.
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Golden Forest

Friday, February 19th, 2010

An idea that came to my mind while working on the spectral cloud guide.

Its nice to get carried away :D

Cloud Reference Guide – Volumetric Model Cumulus

Friday, February 19th, 2010

This edition deals with the Cumulus clouds in the volumetric model, although they are not all designed for this model and do not necessarily look so good, I aim to demonstrate that these clouds can be used in different ways. This is aimed as a quick overview of what the clouds look like to reduce time spent rendering.

Each render is done at 800×600 at broadcast quality – the lighting model used is GI – Render times are presented as a basis of how long it took to render ONLY the sky, bear in mind that more complex scenes will take much longer than this to render.

This section will only focus on the Cumulus Clouds in order to keep the length of the page down.
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Cloud Reference Guide – Standard Model Cumulus

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010

This is the first of the reference guides to the Clouds of Vue 7. This edition deals with the Cumulus clouds in the standard model, although they are not all designed for this model and do not necessarily look so good, I aim to demonstrate that these clouds can be used in different ways. This is aimed as a quick overview of what the clouds look like to reduce time spent rendering.

This section will only focus on the Cumulus Clouds in order to keep the length of the page down.
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Warm Sunset…

Monday, February 15th, 2010

More playing with Vues atmopshere editor.

Becuase one day the snow WILL melt and the sun will return to Sweden…

Free Atmosphere now available at Renderosity.com!

Sunday, February 14th, 2010

Theres a free atmosphere up on Renderosity available for Vue 7 and above.

It is called Red Sky at night.