This is an Artmatic sky using a picture as a
moon. The sky can be loaded into Voyager as
Artmatic Environment". The picture used here is a
blurred render of a LunarCell moon. Please take
into account the crescents angle and set the sun
accordingly. A Voyager file with some places is
included. Of course you can replace the picture
with any other moon.
A complete world using a Colorsurface and an RGB
Alpha clouds sky. The sky is taken from the
Clouds Set B which is available from the
Artmatica store. Although the ColorSurface
generates "just" a Volca Island, the file is
rather complex, so rendering might be a bit slow.
This Voyager World is the result of an
experiment, intended to find out, if it was
possible to have clouds below the camera...and it
worked. The clouds even cast shadows. An unusual
approach, but nevertheless fun to check out.
This lessons is part of the "AM lessons for AMV
users" set available through the Artmatica store.
It explains what steps have to be taken to
successfully use a picture as backdrop in
Voyager. The download consists of a complete
lesson along with the corresponding files.
A lesson explaining how to add your own
structures to the Structures Preset List. This is
a new feature since AM 4.0. Performing this
lesson will also help you get through the "AM
lessons for Voyager users" faster.
A list and description of often used Artmatic
tree actions. It`s not a complete list , but it
is recommended to download the file and. It will
greatly help you to get faster and better with
Artmatic. It also helps you to get acquainted
with the keyboard shortcuts. It`s a TextEdit