Author Topic: Personal work, Illustrations and designs.  (Read 16875 times)

2016-10-16, 20:02:39

Darkki

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Hi everyone, finally I managed to post here. Such a super high quality stuff what you guys keep pulling out, I'm constantly impressed! I think I differ from the mass a little bit because I'm not using corona for architecture visualizations.
Most of my renders also involve a heavy compositing and photoshoping, but there's still plenty of corona magic behind it.

Cheers!

2016-10-16, 20:19:40
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Fluss

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We got nice stuff here ! Gratz !

2016-10-16, 20:26:04
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TomG

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Great to see you posting here! Been following your art on ArtStation, but always good to see things in the forum too :) Welcome!

2016-10-16, 20:39:23
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Ludvik Koutny

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Damn, that's some amazing stuff there. I really like the surrealistic illustration style. It's like a really nice handwriting.

2016-10-16, 20:55:25
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Fantastic stuff, glad to see something different here!

2016-10-16, 21:31:20
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I kind of appreciate how clean it is at same time. But maybe bit of filmic magic (slight grain, some crush/lift tiny bit) would improve it further :- ) [stuff that never suits archviz yet it is overdone there, but here it's calling for it]
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2016-10-16, 21:36:28
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Please post your stuff as often as you can. Impressive imagery!
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2016-10-17, 20:37:42
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Darkki

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Thanks everyone! Sure. I'll keep this forum posted.
Small sneak-peek for next upcoming project.


2016-10-18, 11:38:45
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smasluigi

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I love it, very nice stuff. Congratz !

2016-10-18, 12:03:22
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Beautiful work - I really hope you will post some more. Good job! :)
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2016-10-19, 13:34:43
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Rimas

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Thanks everyone! Sure. I'll keep this forum posted.
Small sneak-peek for next upcoming project.

Crazy shaders on that one! Well-done!
I love the grizzly arctic mech :)
A morning of awkwardness is far better than a night of loneliness...

2016-10-20, 22:45:35
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Darkki

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I call this one finished. It was fun practice and managed to develop my procedural shaders a bit further.
Also I tried streamline my workflow.

2016-10-21, 00:26:45
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Ludvik Koutny

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Damn, this one is truly amazing. Is it all procedurally shaded? Or are some of the textures hand painted?

Also, I am wondering, what kind of modeling toolset do you use? Is it all just poly modeling in Max, or...? :)

2016-10-21, 01:41:24
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Great work. Love the texturing on these. Do you write your own shaders for 3dsmax?

2016-10-22, 16:11:06
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Darkki

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Thanks everyone.

Rawalanche: All procedurals mostly, I rarely handpaint anything if there are tons of complex objects.
Image attached is my super basic material setup where everything usually starts. There's basematerial and material for edges and cavities. Basematerial is usually blend-material of somesort, with different masks applied.
I Model everything 3dsmax with usually just raw polymodeling. Lately I have been using more and more booleans also.

Melvisio: I wish I was smart enough to write my own shaders but I struggle even with really basic maxscript :D