Posts by john71
trappistplanets wrote:how did you know what would be reflective on europa's surface, and what bump map are you using??
NASA base texture -> Gimp -> upscale to 16k -> G'MIC QT effects -> v001 Filters Generic Normal map -> v002 Colors Treshold -> specular map.
The license allows you to redistribute the texture as long as you give credit to the original author. OK, but as I said, I don't have the time to sort it out with every layer and every piece of image I used. I think most NASA images are free, but you have to check this too. I don't have time for th...
john71 wrote:I used this merged texture:
I named the source.
Why, if a texture can't be distributed, it can't be shown? It doesn't work like that. A new picture is another piece of "art", which is different from the base texture. The problem is with the distribution of that (edited) base texture.
I just learned the best textures are textures that can never be used. The situation is not that tragic, but can be annoying. This is the copyright status of the Jupiter texture: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. For uses not allowed by that license, co...
This should be considered as a release in the future I have two problems considering the release of my add-ons: 1.) they are getting better every month, yes, the same ones 2.) I'm lazy to check the legal status of the textures (releasing or distributing them is NOT personal use). :think: By the way...
- 01.08.2021, 09:35
- Forum: Development
- Topic: Celestia 1.7.0 Development Thread
- Replies: 1078
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I have a question. Is it possible to integrate BlenderGIS into Celestia 1.8 or 2.0? It is a fantastic addon for Blender, which can download terrain data from Google and other free data sources. https://github.com/domlysz/BlenderGIS/wiki Celestia would be able to draw Earth terrains (even cities and ...
trappistplanets wrote:is there any juno data in there?
I used this merged texture:
Added after 1 minute 44 seconds:
City of Rome from BlenderGIS:
Jupiter with new texture (even more detail): Jupiter 2021 07-1.png Jupiter 2021 07-2.png Jupiter 2021 07-3.png Jupiter 2021 07-4.png Jupiter 2021 07-5.png Lake Garda imported from Google using BlenderGIS: https://github.com/domlysz/BlenderGIS/wiki Lake Garda-1.png Lake Garda-2.png Lake Garda-3.png
trappistplanets wrote:how do you make the water have 3d "terrain"??
Blender->plane->Ocean effect->Anim8tor->cmod->cmod bin to ascii->adding texture and specular texture and color->ssc SurfaceObject