This is my current WIP using the skatter plugin. I’m making the building for a friends competition on Facebook so please don’t share it yet until it’s complete. I used Vizpark real grass and Mantissa Spruce Trees. All were Maxwell proxies imported into the sketchup scene.
Very Nice! Love it, and love that it is a B&W image Love the balance of this view, though feels it needs more sky up top.
Thanks Ronen the bottom plinth and the gutter above the window are on the 2/3rds rule i will adjust it slightly. This is a WIP it’s getting closer. I want to skatter rocks and pine cones on the ground as well plus improve the trees.
I have made some progress, i’m still loving skatter ! I used the plugin for the trees, grass and pine cones.
full res: http://postimg.org/image/a8dwkv4pd/
Damn fine wip!
Amazing. This doesn’t look like a polished visualization, but like a real snapshot on a foggy morning.
Has a fascinating kind of realism to it…
Thanks for the comments guys. Skatter is excellent this image would have been impossible otherwise. This model i have donated to a rendering competition on Facebook it should be starting on Feb 1st, The group is called show share learn. Competitions are a great exercise to hone skills and compete with peers
I agree with everything that’s been said, really great image.
Do you mind if we showcase it on Facebook and the website?
No problem Thomas go ahead.
I let it render a bit more since this image if you like i can email you guys the later version.
Sure, that’d be nice
your email ?
Question, why do a lot of posts have dead links to images? Took me a while to even enter this forum.
I just got skatter today and wanted to check out some gallery images.
Technical issue, Ronen is on it
Should be all ok now
Where did you get those trees?
Xfrog conifer collection. I made proxies to use with Maxwell.
Dear Chedda, may i ask you to talk more about import Maxwell proxies into SketchUp? As i know Vizpark and Mantissa models don’t ready for rendering with Maxwell immediately after downloading, am i right? Whitch way would be better for tuning materials for thouse models?