The enigmatic twin of Rock X, Rock Y’s creamy peach and tan palette beautifully carpet grand sweeping desertscapes. Trace cobalt sediments add subtle teal accents. The detailed textural lines produce hyper-natural sand erosion and caked windswept surfaces. These unique, almost fossilized patterns can even give the impression of tracks, trails and flow lines. Highly adaptable, Rock Y also suits magical, fantastical and alien renders.
Rock Y, Barren
– This muted neutral version suggests remote, barren and extreme locations. Also excellent on HyperTerrains?.
Rock Y, Volcanic
– A dramatic balance of dark and light, this offering lends the foundation for true volcanic scenes with hardened lava and ash.