Creating an Island Environment in Blender - part 02





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Published on May 8, 2012


Hello and welcome to this Blender tutorial series on creating an island environment in Blender 2.6!

In this three-part tutorial series by David Ward you will be taken through the complete process of creating a tropical, island environment in Blender 2.6. With David's guidance you will go from a barren landscape to the lush, final result that you see below in just about three hours.

What you'll learn:

Through this tutorial you will learn how to use the ANT Landscape Generator add-on to create the landscape, how to use the OceanSim modifier, how to make easy trees and vegetation with alpha-mapped textures, how to populate your vegetation with particle systems, and you will learn how to create easy procedural rocks with a displacement texture and modifier. You will also be taken through the steps needed to composite the final render together, including add depth to the horizon, adding the clouds background and much more.

Author: http://www.youtube.com/user/ward7299

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