In the last few weeks, I worked on the development of this new product for D&D Creations. The product is a scene set for Vue xStream and Infinite 2015, featuring an eroded mountain terrain with a lake, large-scale conifer forests, five photometric atmospheres for different weather conditions, three small-scale foreground ecosystems and three render profiles. 
Main camera view, Sunny atmosphere. The terrain's basic shape was sculpted in Vue's Terrain Editor, multiple types of erosion and terrain maps were generated in World Machine 2. Textured in Vue - over 20 layers of materials (a mix of bitmapped and procedural materials).
Main view, Cloudy atmosphere, featuring 4 realistic cumulus and altocumulus cloud layers.
Main view, Rainy atmosphere, featuring a thick stratocumulus layer with some mammatus-looking formations, a lower puffy thin cloud layer and rain particles with collisions enabled.
View 2, Fluffy atmosphere. The details on the rocky grass layer are clearly visible here.
View 3, Fluffy atmosphere with puffy, thin cumulus clouds. This view also features two Extra Elements: the two foreground terrains that can be enabled and disabled in the scene. Mountain Meadow multi-layer foreground ecosystem was applied on the terrains.
View 3, Cloudy atmosphere, Gnarls & Twigs foreground ecosystem. You can see how simply the ecosystem can chance the entire mood of the image.
This is my favorie view - View 4, Sunny atmosphere. Foreground enabled, with Mountain Stones ecosystem applied on the terrain.
View 4, Rainy atmosphere. Due to the collisions enabled, you can see the subtle raindrops on the water surface. An extra metacloud was enabled to boos the fog a little bit.
View 5, Foggy atmosphere. This atmosphere was created specifically for this view, where the Sun can come up between the two hills. 
Same view and atmosphere, but for this render, an extra metacloud was enabled, which gave the scene a more dramatic look and made the rays more prominent.
The documentation for the product with a detailed description. Made in InDesign. Thank you Adobe for the new Publish Online feature!
Mountain Lake - Scene Set for Vue 2015
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Mountain Lake - Scene Set for Vue 2015

In the last few weeks, I worked on the development of this new product for D&D Creations. The product is a scene set for Vue xStream and Infinite Read More
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