Having fun with Gaea — here’s a second test.
This is the first output after experimenting with Quadspinner Gaea. The process seems pretty straightforward using the nodes provided by Gaea.
I’m trying other procedural terrain generators but at first glance, it seems Gaea is more fun to play with, the results have sort of a more organic feeling to them, and the interface is quite clean and easy to grasp.
The render below is a combination of a height-map and a flow-map imported into Blender — all from a 1k image map as I’m using the Community Edition.
Compositing done in Affinity Photo and Fusion.
I started rendering a couple of scenes from my latest personal project Signal To Noise (the title may change).
For this part, I also used a bit of C4D MoGraph and x-Particles.