Bryce 3D Water With Ship

Back to Bryce Gallery


Bryce 3D water waves




The Viking boat mesh is from off the net or a CD I own. This was my first attempt at accurate waves of water. The boat is only for reference, to sort of give me depth while setting up the scene.

I didn't even let the image render all the way because it takes so long, I just wanted to experiment and see how I could replicate realistic 3D waves.

I plan on eventually doing more as time permits. It takes quite a bit of rendering time to do water. This is one that would take a few hours.

The basics are I am using a terrain, with a water texture applied. Several terrains were used and moved around until the waves are the way I wanted. Lighting can be critical some, to get the light across the ocean and help set the tone for the water / ocean. You're a little limited by the camera angle as well, you don't want the edge of the water / terrain to show.




All trademarks and registered trademarks are of their respective companies. ©Copyright Rocketfin 2010, all rights reserved. Pompano Beach, Florida. 33063, USA. Prices, promotions, specifications, availability and terms of offers may change without notice. Despite our best efforts, a small number of items may contain pricing, typography, or photography errors.

McAfee Safe
Resin Model Cars - Plastic, Multimedia and and Resin Kits - Cars - Trucks - Ships - Aircraft - Scifi - Armor - Gundam - Resin Models - AMT - Academy - Accurate Miniatures - Airfix - Arii - Aurora - Bandai - Dragon Estes - Fujimi - Glencoe - Gundam - Hasegawa - Hawk - Hobbycraft - ICM - Imai - Imex - Italeri Lindberg - Liberty Classics - Minicraft - Model Car Garage - Model King - Model Rectifier Corporation - MPC MRC - Mobius Models - Nitto - Pegasus - Polar Lights - Revell Germany - Tamiya - Testors Trumpeter - Wave - Xacto - Hobby Shops


Home | Site Map | Privacy Statement | Sustainablility | Contact | Resin


As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases from the links on this site.
Thanks for your support!