In the 9th and final part of Wassim’s Ouartsi’s in-depth look at Vue 9 xStream series, we'll look at a few extra topics to complete the series, including metablob objects, render options and settings, post rendering options, creating high dynamic range images using panoramic rendering and finally how Vue can be used to create realistic planets. Complete the series after the jump!
When you first start using a new software package, you’re a little bit lost. As you don’t really know where to start, what the options and parameters stand for, what the buttons do, etc… This tutorial series was made to introduce you to the best software for creating Natural 3D Environments, that software is: Vue 9 xStream. We’ll take a in-depth look of every aspect of Vue 9, starting with the user interface and working up to very complex environments!
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- Creating a Secret Island Using Vue Xstream
- How to Create Epic Landscapes in Vue
- Animate an Iceberg Turning into a Desert Island
- Create a Beautiful Sunset Scene Using Dreamscape and 3ds Max
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