9:46 - actually I have a solution for You ;) Try this setup instead of LandscapeCoords node: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1N4FMmG4TtRjI8TPTHqD6kKcKolbYGZs0/view
you have access to OpenColorsIO since 2011. The Academy Software Foundation (ASWF), a neutral forum for open source software development in the motion picture and media industries hosted at the Linux Foundation, today announced that OpenColorIO (OCIO) has been approved as the Foundation’s second hosted project. https://www.aswf.io/ocio-joins-aswf/ btw spi released
Thanks for sharing and detailed production breakdown
Pixel Forest has recently revealed FlowScape which is a simple to use sketching app for drawing natural environments.
The standalone app lets users paint natural elements into a scene from a predefined list of assets that includes trees, bushes, flowers, rocks, logs, and animals. You can also edit your environments with different skies, sound effects, the ability to adjust the camera and lights in real time.
It ffeatures60 high-resolution models of trees, plants flowers, rocks, logs and animals to populate your scenes with:
Simple controls, just click and paint:
The toolbar has “advanced paint options such as align to landscape, size, flow of the brush, random leaning, grow speed, and layers to determine where things get painted”
Users have 20 unique landscapes as a starting point:
Drop objects such as rocks, logs, twigs and leaves into your scene with physics:
Unfortunately, as of this moment, it is not possible to export 3D scenes. FlowScape would cost you $10. You can learn more on Pixel Forest’s website.