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PostPosted: Mon, 03-10-16, 1:59 GMT 
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just a earthlike planet

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and 4k images in a zip 27.9 MiB
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6ZYAd ... sp=sharing

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PostPosted: Fri, 30-12-16, 3:53 GMT 
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a few screenshots from a work in progress

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PostPosted: Sat, 14-01-17, 17:04 GMT 
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Hi John,

the second one looks really nice.
The only thing that is a bit irritating me is the long "chinese" wall of the high mountain range. This looks somehow "artificial" or constructed to me. Perhaps it's just the angle of the pictures.
Some interruption or lower heigths in between it would feel more normal to me. But that's just my uninformed gut feeling.

BTW: What is that triangular area with the for rectangles in it in the first picture? Looks like pretty big artificial structures. A spaceport or some megacities :mrgreen: ?

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PostPosted: Sat, 14-01-17, 23:35 GMT 
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that is why there is no download link to textures

also this was a 100% scrap the old and rewrite the node set up test

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PostPosted: Sun, 15-01-17, 2:24 GMT 
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I'm not sure but the mountain chain seems done by the so-called "ridged multifractal noise". Never explored that Blender section yet.

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PostPosted: Sun, 15-01-17, 2:48 GMT 
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it is a "ridged multifractal" blended into other noise

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the blender set up is a bit complex

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PostPosted: Sun, 15-01-17, 16:39 GMT 
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Nice,

I didn't know that Blender could do this kind of stuff. But on the other hand I was never too deep into the creation of worlds.
And I am just happy to not turn on my computer at home for too long. Sitting in front of one at work is currently enough for me.

But I really appreciate your efforts and good works, John.

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