Ocean Scene

  • February 06, 2012
  • 5,008 Downloads
  • 9 Likes
  • Blender 2.6x
  • Render: Cycles
  • Creator: zerba
  • License: CC-BY
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Description:

Ocean scene I made for fun. Ready to render in Cycles.

Resolution is lower than rendered with so that it is easier to load.

Comments:

  • Renderman profile picture
    Renderman

    Hey, thanks for sharing this I never figured out how to make the ocean material look good but this is going to be really useful for learning!

    At first my render was black: to fix this you have to go to "file>external data>unpack into files" I don't know if most people know this, but maybe its helpful.

    Anyway thanks for making this :)

    Edited February 07, 2012
  • Melvin_Guerrero profile picture
    Melvin_Guerrero

    Perry Cool I loved

    Edited February 08, 2012
  • Melvin_Guerrero profile picture
    Melvin_Guerrero

    love it LOL

    Edited February 08, 2012
  • zerba profile picture
    zerba

    Thanks

    Edited February 09, 2012
  • Julian Ray profile picture
    Julian Ray

    Thank you!

    Written February 23, 2012
  • Deps profile picture
    Deps

    Than You its really nice!

    Written April 06, 2012
  • smithja1984 profile picture
    smithja1984

    im new to blender and been browsing and learning from files on this site. i love what blender can truly do but i am having a problem with what i feel is probably a very basic fix. i made an ocean and got it rendered as a quicktime mov file but the beginning seconds of the video are slow and then you see it flowing and then it slows down again when it reaches the end of the file. any suggestions that can lead me to fixing this? i am using Blender 2.62

    Written April 07, 2012
  • zerba profile picture
    zerba

    It's not actually the video that's doing that, it's your ocean. After you add keyframes to the ocean in order to animate it, you're gonna want to go in the Graph Editor and change the keys interpolation mode from "Bezier" to "Linear" (Key > Interpolation Mode > Linear). Now if you play it back in the viewport before rendering, you will see that it remains a constant speed. I hope this helped you out.

    Written April 08, 2012
  • tmp12345 profile picture
    tmp12345

    tks guy.

    Written July 16, 2014
  • tmp12345 profile picture
    tmp12345

    tks guy

    Written March 31, 2016
  • Tray profile picture
    Tray

    Awesome Water

    Written May 03, 2017
  • Mikey5000 profile picture
    Mikey5000

    cool

    Written September 27, 2018