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2014-01-24, 14:02:52

Sergey Kolbasnikov

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Hi guys! Here is my test in Corona render. Say what?

Using 3dsmax, Corona, Photoshop. PT+PT lighting HDRI

2014-01-24, 16:09:32
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Say what?
What? :]
On a more serious note, i really like your image. Attention to detail makes it extra. Probably the only thing i don't like, is curtain.
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.
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2014-02-15, 21:56:43
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magic...

2014-02-16, 10:43:30
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Really nice! Is this a real design though? Placing a fireplace into an exterior wall is an awful waste of heat.

2014-02-16, 12:35:26
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pretty nice !
As Romulus said the curtain would probably gain realism by a smaller mapping or smaller bump, or both, right now it's a bit strange, and may be the black corbel bottom left is a bit too mat, but that's really to complain about something :)

Love the snow against the window,
and glasses of wine in front of fireplace (why not using the existing furnitures for your story telling ?) means you need a polar bear's skin there :D

2014-02-16, 22:08:21
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Love the light and details too , nice work .

2014-02-17, 12:42:22
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I like it!
Holy Corona : the materials is the clue.

2014-02-17, 17:08:00
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Super realistic, congratulations. Love the "dust" in the ground!

2014-09-17, 11:23:47
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Sergey Kolbasnikov

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Hi friends! Here is my new work!

2014-09-17, 11:27:18
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Sergey Kolbasnikov

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And here's a little preview of the new work!

2014-09-17, 11:30:18
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Your bathroom render is top quality. The contrast between the light and dark areas creates a great composition. What technique did you use for the wall?

2014-09-17, 11:33:57
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Sergey Kolbasnikov

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Thank you! I used the script DebrisMaker2 ... then refined manually.

2014-09-17, 12:12:42
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Thank you! I used the script DebrisMaker2 ... then refined manually.

Thanks. That script is top quality. look forward for more renders :)

2014-09-17, 14:18:45
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well done

great skills you have their!

2014-09-18, 09:35:53
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Sergey Kolbasnikov

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Hello friends! It's part of my new job ..