Just a bunch of abstract images. I created them because there was some fashion trend going on in the internet, initially started by Lee Griggs. The idea is fairly simple: there are abstract shapes scattered on single points of an average image, those shapes take after the color and height of the base image. As the camera is put quite close to the area in a low angle, these abstract landscapes are formed.
Overall, it was briefly my technical playground. I just tried to bring in some ‚Swissness‘ in one of those images: I created one image looking like a scenery of Swiss mountains with a lake. There is also some subtle Vray Fog here and there which requires a bit more time to render.
I had a good time experimenting with Forrest Pack (I was able to make nonlinear scaling) but I still hold on to Multiscatter with friendlier interface.
- Programs: 3ds Max (Forrest Pack and Pflow), Vray, Photoshop
- Finished: Oct 2015
High resolution: available soon