Author Topic: Minotti space  (Read 33604 times)

2014-06-04, 13:28:47

eduard.caliman

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Hi guys, I have been admiring for quite a while the Minotti style and spent a lot of time in awe just browsing their website. The initial idea was to only showcase the Hamilton sofa that I modeled using 3DS Max (for the metal structure) and Marvelous Designer for the cushions, but as the space was taking shape I wanted to furtherly expand it to reach the balcony and also to a dinning area present right from the living space.

Let me know what you guys think.

Cheers !






















« Last Edit: 2014-06-04, 13:36:40 by eduard.caliman »

2014-06-04, 13:51:49
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Juraj

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Brutal Eduardo !! Pretty stunning :- )
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2014-06-04, 13:56:57
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eduard.caliman

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: ) Thanks Juraj... I appreciate it !

2014-06-04, 14:09:43
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crazyman

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Fantastic. Is bloom is post or raw?

2014-06-04, 14:11:25
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eduard.caliman

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Fantastic. Is bloom is post or raw?

Hi there crazyman. I'm glad you enjoy them. The bloom effect was done in post in Photoshop.

2014-06-04, 14:25:27
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awesome!! do you by any chance plan to do making of? I´d be mainly interested in material setups :)

2014-06-04, 14:30:33
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michaltimko

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Very nice renders! I dont like terrace shots tbh. Mood and rendering "quality" reminds me Maxwell renders from Markus Otto :)
« Last Edit: 2014-06-04, 15:06:09 by michaltimko »
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2014-06-04, 15:08:47
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awaismalik

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Great renders! 0 noise wow
Corona Render is best render engine ever!

2014-06-04, 15:40:55
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Chakib

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Om nomnomnom my eyes are eating your renders :D awesome renders !

2014-06-04, 15:44:14
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Ola para quem possivelmente falar portugues!  e Hello for everybody in english , id liked to put here a question about corona, ive been working in  vray for a long time, i use it for interior and exterior rendering, im not a expert in the business sometimes i think my images dont have enough quality to even have a discussion with somebody, in the modeling area or even in the vray rendering area.
  the problem is in the business im in, i dont have more than 45 minutes render time for each image, things must be done on the fly, and vray with some low settings does the job sometimes in less time, as you can figure, there is no post production no photoshop, just images to explain what whe want for decoration, or furniture  execution.
     Sometimes i think im lazy, but i want to know is it worse to spend time with this renderer, i think it is, it is a beautiful peace o software and the images wonderful, i done some tests but i couldnt achieve "realistic"  images with the standart settings (still spending some time with it )  so i ask could someone share some knowledge from is experience with corona to achieve the best results in 45 minutes rendering.

For example what where your settings in corona in this images , any tricks , how mutch time to achieve this "clean" image.

2014-06-04, 16:32:39
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steyin

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Great renders. Love the feel of the space an its components.

2014-06-04, 17:04:47
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klipanos

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Very nice!!!!Welldone!!!!
I would like to know the render times for that "0" noise ... if you please...

2014-06-04, 17:13:17
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yagi

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all i see is a bunch of photos....where are the renders pls? :)


2014-06-04, 23:20:29
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3ds-shaman

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Amazing))) You are my idol!