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Comment by Marc Chaumier on February 9, 2011 at 7:50am
And I put several different scale on the same place... Yes, it takes a little time, but I think the price is not too expensive.
Comment by Marc Chaumier on February 9, 2011 at 7:48am

Yes Akin, I mean Photoshop when I said "to shop" or "toshop" ;o)

for the grass, in "toshop", I cut out the part with grass (so I can change the picture, and keep my work on grass) and with the "duplication tool", I take a sharp shape, like a star with a lot of arms, that look a little bit like a grass clump or a sun. With this tool, you have to choose the place where the sample will be taken (be carefull on the scale of the sample), in first with the "alt" key, then you duplicate this sample on the limit of the grass. Be carefull to randomize it and not to be rectilinear. And you will make disappear that digital linearity. I take the sample very close from the place I will apply it, and I modify the size of my tool, to make it bigger as it is closer, and little when it's far.

Comment by akinlolu olugboji on January 31, 2011 at 12:05pm
When you say toshop do you mean photoshop? Also can you explain the process step by step, especially the grass wall interface part. 
Comment by Marc Chaumier on January 31, 2011 at 4:14am
Thanks, its a mix of the grass texture in the renderer (packet tracer in this case) and the grass on the photo of the site. The limit between the walls and the grass are made in "toshop" (;o)) with that tool, called in french "tampon de duplication" with the adequate shape and scale, to break the linearity. The landscape is made with several parts pasted (behind the house). I try to model the ground (not so easy in acad) and I mix with the photo. The trees and their shadows are added in "toshop". And all the elements are adjusted separately (brighteness, blur, shadow). It's not perfect, but I spend not too much time, and I'm looking for the overall aesthetics, like in painting (in this case).
Comment by Alejandro Testa on January 30, 2011 at 3:51pm
Really nice.  Can you explain your technics for the grass? I d´ont work to much in exteriors and usually I paste a grass in PS but your landscape and grass are really excellent

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