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Velvet River Valley by curious3d Velvet River Valley by curious3d
Playing with a procedural terrain.

Vue 8 Infinite.
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angelitoon Apr 21, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Beautiful!
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magicclam Apr 7, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Beautiful! Very natural looking terrain.

Awesome job. :)
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Emilyahedrick Feb 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
wow this is awesome :D
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Cappippuni Feb 13, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
Very nice 3D render! :w00t:
The colors tint and the textures used give a very realistic atmosphere, with lots of subtle details.
The most difficult thing to render is the water, and here, you have perfectly rendered it, with the good effect.
A very brilliant landscape render!~ ^^
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curious3d Feb 13, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you!
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Cappippuni Feb 13, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
You're welcome!
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biancomanto Feb 12, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
very well done!
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:iconcraigjohn:
Beautiful scene - very realistic and I love the little details you've added like the houses and sheep in the field.

I love the river & river's edge - incredibly stunning!

There's nothing that I don't like here - the terrain, the POV, the textures etc are all perfect! :)
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pavel89l Feb 11, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
NiCE Work!
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:iconworld-of-wiz:
Good one. I guess, the terrain didn't come out like this instantly, right? Looks like a lot of editing -- the path leading up to the further away house, the riverbed... Are those really sandbars, or is this pattern coming from the water mat you used? Looks a bit like the "faked caustics" one.

The only thing that disturbs me: the trees. No matter what version of Vue you use, the trees always look extremly grainy and oversaturated. But that's obviously not your fault. ;)

Great job, man! :thumbsup:
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