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Forgotten Sentinel 1 by matrix7 Forgotten Sentinel 1 by matrix7
Terragen #2 - Forgotten Sentinel
This is the version without the touch ups I added in ZBrush, PSP7 and PhotoImpact. I have been messing with BMP inports to make some different terrain types and came up with this stairstep type ruin thingie. *shrug* Something new, comments welcomed.
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jibrille Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2002   Interface Designer
whoa, Cool! I thought this was an actualy photograph in the screenshot. :D (Big Grin)
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bookdiva Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2002
Wow, this is really special...I love the subtle tones, the light from the clouds and the various textures. I want to climb inside this and stay a while. Nice work as always!!
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sixwings Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2002  Professional Photographer
WOW that terrain is freakin killer... and I'm not just talking about the building thingie either.
Please tell me you saved it exactly how it looks here.... Eyes

I have a few suggestions that would really make this piece spectacular:

You really should think about making just the hills very green and foresty.
All you have to do is add green surface layers (there are some that come with Terragen) but edit them by limiting their altitudes under the "advanced distribution" tab so that they only appear on the hills and not the ruins (with the "max altitude" slider)... then you could add another surface layer (just to experiment) to the ruins by setting the "min altitude" slider so that it only appears on the building.

And finally, the clouds look really good, but the sky itself (maybe its the colors) seems to be lacking somehow. Tweak those things and you have a masterpiece render here... unless of course you get real cocky and want to add some ancient sculpture looking art to the faces of the building... and maybe a few entrances :D (Big Grin)
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lace Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2002
very nice :) (Smile)
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