Another map rendering for a 3d browser game. I used google maps to take screenshots for the color map. The height data was extracted out of free DEM's of the alps.
about 2 years ago
Awesome! What program did you use to make this?
Omg... i love it! :)
C'mon, Nihad. What's the name of the game already? :)
Thank you guys :)
@Jeff Grant: I used Cinema 4d to model and render it.
@Alex Pankratov: hehe, I'm afraid that this will remain a secret.... for now ;)
Holy christ why are you so good?
Beautiful work, great textures and lighting
dude your work is epic
Can't wait your next shot!
This + clouds = Holy shit!
Words fail to describe this!
Just wondering, did you feel like God when making it?
This would be great to use in an Earth Science class (if I was a teacher). Great shot, I might have to purchase Cinema 4D to mess around a bit.
I was never into gaming but now...
How do you create the subterranean layering? That's what I'm most impressed by in this shot.
Yes @Justin Lancaster, I'm asking myself too about the subterranea layering. How did you do that @Nihad Nasupovic ?
@Justin Lancaster and @Javier López:
Thank you! I did the layering by mixing multiple sediment rock textures, then I bent the mixture with the "liquify" filter in Photoshop :)
Looks fantastic and i like the appearance of the rock layers you get to see on the sides!
almost 2 years ago
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