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Can anyone tell me how the wind-blown autumn leaves were created in this Ksenia promo image?
Is it a DAZ package? Photoshop?
Or any alternative methods suggested for creating blowing leaves.
I'm not positive, but I'd bet its done in Photoshop.
Now that's a neat pack. Thanks for pointing it out.
I think you will possibly find that it was done using Nerd's Blowing in the wind tool
chohole said:I think you will possibly find that it was done using Nerd's Blowing in the wind tool
The Cofleck-gnorg one might be better for on the ground leaves, but this one is much more versatile. Never knew it was in the store. Nice.
There's also the scatters series by Traveller over at RDNA http://www.runtimedna.com/Modualz-Scatters-Vol-6-Leaves-2.0.html
And just about all of the blown leaf or falling leaf packs out there seem to be maple leaves, so telling them apart is going to be tricky.
JOdel said:And just about all of the blown leaf or falling leaf packs out there seem to be maple leaves, so telling them apart is going to be tricky.
The Nerd one actually has 4 different leaf maps as well as some others, like petals and snowflakes.
I just bought Nerds. I have a pack that the leaves would be good in for the promos.
Count Marco said:Is it a DAZ package? Photoshop?
chohole said:The Nerd one actually has 4 different leaf maps as well as some others, like petals and snowflakes.
...oh, and it currently is on sale. As it is not a plugin it should work with any version of Daz Studio.
I made one Random Runtime Render Roulette picture with it:
1. Blowin’ in the Wind’ Tool
2. Dream Home Yard and Pool Decor Eclectic
3. Dream Home: Great Room Furniture—London
4. SilverMoon Colors
As a kid Emily liked visiting Aunt Edwina and Uncle Frank; they were very spontaneous sort of people in general. If it felt like a good idea to grab the living room carpet for sitting by the poolside, along with a small table for a drink, that's what would happen in their household. However, Emily could never decide if the downside of visiting them was...
1) Listening Uncle Frank tell his stories non-stop, on repeat, over and over again
2) Looking at Uncle Frank's horrible, horrible 80s hair toupee.
Fortunately a rogue gust of wind removed one variable from play.