Le 2022-09-25 à 10:48, Thomas de Groot a écrit :
> Hereby two images showing the progress made on The Shallows. The first
> image (The Shallows I_test3) shows the improved textures applied to the
> body of the trolley within a simplified scene version. In particular, I
> used an almost forgotten macro I wrote back in 2014 to simulate peeling
> paint. At the time, this macro inspired William Pokorny to develop his
> incredible isosurface version of peeling paint, which I warmly recommend
> to your attention:
> Presently however, I just used an expanded version of my own macro.
> The image also shows the use of Christoph Hormann's isowood for the
> railway ties. https://www.imagico.de/iso_wood_en.php
> It was surprisingly easy to implement within Friedrich Lohmueller's
> track macros and, other surprise, it just does not increase render time!
> I used one single tie which I rotated through four different positions
> the alternation of which simulates different ties. I am not entirely
> sure about the colour of the wood. That is, after all, the most
> complicated part of isowood.
> The second image (The Hallows_trolley) shows more particularly the
> aspect of the trolley texture at this moment.
The dormers are usually much darker. After all, those are normally
soaked in creosote for several weeks before use.
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