Saturday, May 16


This mesh was created in Blender 2.48 by starting with a 32 x 32 grid, applying a fractal subdivision, randomly selecting 10% of the faces and extruding to a random extent, and applying 6 different material shaders including various colors and degrees of Fresnel ray mirroring. The background is simply a noise texture between two different shades of blue.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This is a remarkably effective impression of urban development generated by random factors. It appears that the square footprint is of equal density. Could you run a similar impression with a larger footprint, using a point of maximum density, with realistic thinning at distances from the center?