impressive, though Id love to know how to do this with freeware since I use Blender and Luxrender and to get a good backdrop that is part of render(and as such is taken into account as part of the light hitting the model). trouble is to look good I need an image that is about 20kx15k minimum.
which I am sure i could render considering I have 16gb of ram on this system alone.
Nice one bro! I have to be honest, i'm not sure it's up to your usual standards, but i guess everything can't be a Mona Lisa right I am really liking that planet; I hope you bring some of that awesome-ness to the table when we start the collab
I guess I'm a bit rusty. But I sure will bring the awesome-ness. Funny thing, the collabs I've done in the last few years are some of the most favourited deviations I have in my gallery. I'm not really sure what that means. Either I suck at doing art alone or the awesome-ness adds just up whith the awesome-ness of my collab partners.
It's the combination of awesomeness coming from different points in spacetime, it's got something to do with the angle of the trajectory, the approach speed and impact velocity of the impending awesomeness, and the combined density of the polyatomic awesomeness ions. It takes a lot of math to figure it out
Seriously i love doing collabs, you get a completely different viewpoint coming in, something to shake you out of your preconceived ideas, you end up with a product that you never would have imagined if you were just doing it on your own