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Shapes in Nature

Art | March 27, 2014 |

Shape in NatureImage courtesy of Chaotic Atmosphere

Shapes in Nature

Shapes in Nature is a new project by CG and digital artist Chaotic Atmosphere which is meant to experiment erosion on procedural terrains. The images depict a variety of desolate settings from rocky deserts to vast snowy peaks, each with a shiny, geometric structure dropped into the middle.

Shape in NatureImage courtesy of Chaotic Atmosphere

About his project Chaotic Atmosphere explains: “The goal of the project was to find a good way to import terrains from World Machine into Vue. The process was long and boring because I wanted to get a very precise terrain.

Shape in NatureImage courtesy of Chaotic Atmosphere

Then he continues: “So each terrain is made from two tiles of 8K (for a total of 16K x 8K). This allowed me to get enough resolution, even if the tiling option was not perfect (some artifacts appeared on the tile line). So I had to postwork each picture on Photoshop in order to get rid of the tiling artifacts”.

more. http://chaoticatmospheres.com/

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