A friend of mine asked for some help visualizing his D&D campaign world. Here are a few images I made for him. Made with extensive use of my crystal tools.
If you have comments or feedback, feel free to leave it here. If you'd like to commission a custom 3D model, I can help you with that.
Here it is! The "final presentation" of the Elseinct crystal chamber. The idea is that this huge crystal was shattered by some huge blast of magical energy which imbued the shards. They now hang suspended in space, though many have been driven far into the solid rock. A camp has been assembled, not to remove pieces, but to bring them back together. As the crystal is re-assembled, its magical power grows.
This is a work in progress shot from the Elseinct crystal chamber. This scene employed scripted modeling extensively. I created a tool which would allow me to model, and then shatter, crystaline forms as desired. All of the large pieces could be re-assembled into a complete crystal, albiet missing a few chunks which have melted and re-crystalized as the smaller crystals floating in the periphery. The smaller crystal forms were also script generated, though everything was hand-tuned afterwords.
The Erythmia world-map, which I helped to spruce up a bit. Mostly involved adding some shadows to give it some depth.