Creations~ Created in Vue 5 Infinite, with Poser & Photoshop:
Lyne's Creations ArtMatic Voyager & Vue Worlds
360 PANORAMA MOVIES!
All Panoramas are Copyright & All Rights Reserved 2006
Created in Vue 5 Infinite, with Poser & Photoshop:
Vue'ing An Alien World
to play this panorama below Center on the large image - then
Click in the lower left corner - there are icons to use the player's menu.
FOR BEST VIEWING: ALLOW THE PANO MOVIE TO FULL LOAD, CLICK IN THE CENTER, THEN
PULL BACK (OR ZOOM OUT) AND THEN USING THE LOWER LEFT MENU, GO TO FULL SCREEN!
"Pull up, will you?!" yelled my science
partner, as I swooped in for a closer look at the aquatic serpent mammals
below.... What a thrill to drop from the Mother ship to get up close and
personal with the wildlife of a planet we named Flora, for it's wealth of wild
life. It was a wonder how the plants seem to thrive around the shallow
water lakes we found here. The dirt did not look like it held much nutrients,
but until we could find a safe place to actually land and take samples, we could
only speculate at the type of minerals that sustained the wildly colored plant
life, and the thrilling draconian type life that we were witnessing. I wished I
could tame one of the small flying lizards, as they reminded me of a book I read
where such creatures were very special companions! I noted that the little
lizards really favored the red candy like balls on the Curlicue plants, and
would defy the danger of the great gliders that were prolific here! I was not
sure what the heron-like birds were fishing for, but I thought I caught a
glimpse of what might be crayfish like things scuttling around in the shallows.
Thanks to RDNA Sci Fi plants, Vue Infinite's sci fi plants, and Ness for the great "Wyrm" he created! The little
flying lizards, Sea Serpents, and Sky car with pilots are from DAZ, and the Goliath Heron is my own creation.
I doubt I will be doing any more panoramas with water in them, in Vue (except UNDER water), as surface water
does not get along with me! I had to do a LOT of post on the water, and was so unhappy with the results after a
5-6 hour render I cut off the bottom of the panorama! I was not prepared for the water going all "patchy" like a quilt after
that long render with my own water mat I had "fixed"! I also did post to darken the edges where the dirt meets the water,
and I had to add the car in post as that just "broke vue's back" and kept corrupting the file when I tried to import it.
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