Author Topic: Michal Timko`s gallery  (Read 28621 times)

2014-10-31, 12:05:43

michaltimko

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I`d like to post my latest work. Both images were done pretty fast so they`re not perfect in terms of materials and composition.

Living room is mix of HDR and Sun and bedroom is single HDR map. Both were rendered in 5k with MSI100 (+- 2hours for each image)






« Last Edit: 2015-12-08, 14:45:46 by michaltimko »
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2014-10-31, 12:19:02
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Great looking stuff! Please don't be too modest ;)
Move door handle on the doors lower(second image).

2014-10-31, 12:22:21
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They look amazing! Especially the bed clothing :) Great job, really. And the sun in first one reminds me sunny winter late afternoons. It really has that atmosphere :)

2014-10-31, 12:22:28
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Amazing renders michaltimko, love it :) Keep up the great work!
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2014-10-31, 12:23:37
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Absolutely top draw! The client must have been happy with these. I love the quality and tone of light. The details in the bed are superb, did you model that yourself with MD?

2014-10-31, 13:01:32
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2014-10-31, 13:25:32
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Oh yes this work is amazing ! I really really the first image with this end of day lighting, it's a splendid atmosphere.
The second is full of good modeling work... congratulations !

2014-10-31, 13:45:37
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They have perfect use of sun ! You almost rarely see this now, as people think diffuse is answer for everything but right angle of sun give such a mood :- ).
It feels very warm and welcoming.

Heh and also, wide-lens = )
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2014-10-31, 13:57:43
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Awesome! Light beam especially on the carpet. How old are you doing visualization of interiors?

Потрясающе! Особенно свет на ковре. Как давно вы занимаетесь визуализацией интерьеров?
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2014-10-31, 14:27:01
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2014-10-31, 17:26:21
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Hi.....very good use of sun....love the yellowish tone of the sun...first image is my favorite..
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2014-10-31, 17:38:05
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Thank you guys for positive feedback.

Zeus : Im in archviz "industry" since 2008/2009. I remember this exactly because Ondra (Keymaster) was posting his first Corona tests on maxarea.cz and i was posting there my first renders also.

Juraj : Thanks. Honestly, i cant "live" without sun in my renders. Im very often using mix of Peter`s HDR with gamma 1 + custom sun.
Even when using sun angle like 64-80 degree im using custom temperature and size of the sun to get very soft shadows and subtle lightning.



« Last Edit: 2014-10-31, 17:45:33 by michaltimko »
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2014-11-01, 17:49:02
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Tell me more about render settings. Better way is to show screenshots.

Did you optimize rendering this way -> reflective caustics turned off through CoronaRaySwitch Mtl on floor - GI is diffuse only, but reflection/refraction and direct visible had reflection?

2014-11-02, 01:07:05
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Love it ! I can feel the sun in your renders, cheers  !

2014-11-02, 12:38:26
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Tell me more about render settings. Better way is to show screenshots.

Did you optimize rendering this way -> reflective caustics turned off through CoronaRaySwitch Mtl on floor - GI is diffuse only, but reflection/refraction and direct visible had reflection?

Render settings are pretty standard. PT+PT+MSI100+16PTS.

Im using CoronaRaySwitch only wen using too colorful textures. This scene doesnt contain any "fakes". Double glass windows and just standard materials (except chair cloth, its more complicated).

Chakib - Thanks
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