Pure 3D render straight from modo of the ocean.
Update: Just added a screenshot of modo showing the geometry in case there were any doubts ;)
almost 2 years ago
I am not buying your lies :O
Awesome shot. I can't believe this isn't a photo.
This is amazing.
Wow,are you serious? :D
Blows my mind what 3D can do these days.
can you show the material?
Yeah, I can do it myself... just take the chopper above the ocean and take a picture...
Modo is awesomesauce!
I love it, I've been in love with 3D ocean renders for a long time, since I started playing Virtual Skipper America's Cup. They have sick renders, different settings where you can see bottom of the ocean. They're not continuing with the game, which sucks, but you can still google some screenshots, it's unbelievable.
Well done dude.
OH NO YOU DI'NT
Wait.. this isn't a photo? What the hell mate?
Using Tsunami or RealFlow?
I'm pretty sure Realflow is not involved in this, a few noiselayers in displacement and bump/normal-map is enough for the shaping of the waves, the only thing that makes it look 3d is the specular wich use to have some kind of peakings at the brightest points on water, its almost like it were clamped now and that brightest areas is missing. Love everything else about it and it's gonna be fun to see what else you cook up with Modo that is a great software :)
Brillant work! but i thing it's need some foam effect
@Adam Leith Pietrantonio This is just geometry + displacement maps.
@Robert Padbury Very nice! I remember spending hours/days trying to get a realistic ocean map. Wonderful shaders too! I've never tried Modo, but have always been impressed by it's capabilities.
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