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satellite

  satellite by stephenjone5

Category Special Effects
Date 2007-10-31 16:36:07
   
Rendertime 00:02:43
System Intel Xeon CPU 3.20GHz, 3.00 GB of RAM, NVIDIA Quadro FX 1500
Vray version vray_adv_150R4_max90
3dsmax version Autodesk VIZ 2008
   
Comment This moon has its own light with the slightest displacement for a rough surface.

bright, moon, space, satellite, vray light mat, planet, craters

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uturn wrote: cool

paulgswanson wrote: Sorry my mistake x.x I got it working.

paulgswanson wrote: You didn't upload your mat library correctly unfortunetly. However the textures you used are top notch. I set my Displace at 1 and my bump at 30 I used a 42x42 sphere with a tessellation at default and uped the ititerations to 2. It looks great all the same tho. Spot on buddy!

Khorne18 wrote: oye

donjapo wrote: Bien por el resplandor le hace mas especial al material

steve_skittles wrote: ok n00b question but when i put this in a scene its just dull, no light emitting from it? what can i do to fix this

creatrix wrote: very nice

betzie wrote: simply thanks, i like it *(^ . ^)b

fa-mo wrote: good material

stephenjone5 wrote: Punk Guy: Yes your deadly right! The moon isn't a primary light source... It will illuminate like a light because of the suns light. To simulate this I have given the material a light to cheat the 'glow' or 'illumination' as there is no sun in the scene. This is more of a simulation. But a full bright moon will glow something like this... I hope... Feel free to turn the materials light down, or off if u want to illuminate it another way. ;-)

Chesire Cat wrote: very nice indeed! THX

PunkGuy wrote: martian_aphid yeah i know but it doesnt glow itselfs like he did

martian_aphid wrote: this is the moon punk, it reflects the suns light so although itself it does not glow it does appear that way, nice work stephen

PunkGuy wrote: nicebut planet doesnt glow




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