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2014-08-06, 12:05:03
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2014-08-06, 14:00:27
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artmaknev

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looks fantastic!
hope you figure out how to reduce those render times, or probably need a renderfarm for this!

2014-08-06, 14:40:00
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PERFECT ! For a single test, that's way beyond :) GREAT Again !

Q: Is it IBL or Sun+Sky ?


Sorry, I've just read, it's IBL... haven't noticed the text after the shots !



Best regards,
nikki Candelero
« Last Edit: 2014-08-06, 14:55:46 by Candelero »
The designer can see from his drawings how the final design will look but, unfortunately, not necessarily how it will work.

2014-08-06, 15:22:07
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Inchiology

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Brilliant!

2014-08-06, 15:35:50
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Thx all for your replies.

Of course Alex Roman it´s an inspiration and one of the reasons i make this test. How can he make the vegetation he did 7 years ago?.

I try to keep DOF realistic but in order to get some DOF in daytime using angular lens y need to configure exposition like if i use ND filters.

I think i can improve the trees a lot. Right now all have the same textures, no metamesh, no displace, etc.

I forgot to mention, exterior furniture are from Proviz free models.
I model the house using references from http://www.arkitekthus.se/portfolio/




2014-08-06, 17:28:03
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Adi

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WOOW , awesome shots. DOF in first picture is fucking impressive.

2014-08-06, 17:49:30
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This is lovely!

As the other guys said, it really reminds a bit of Alex Roman. The vegetation is just great, but what I loved the most
was the DOF and the bokeh it's created, haha.

2014-08-06, 18:22:46
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I can smell the pure fresh foliage, amazing renders ! the dof gave it justice too, cheers !

2014-08-06, 22:02:49
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Very cool. Too reflective imo but great and natural feeling. Fresh stuff.

Atmosphere reminds me this. Old but gold!

http://bit.ly/1qWQI3s
Coronaut!(c)2011

Supporting Corona in commercial projects since pre-alpha

2014-08-07, 01:55:05
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pretty cool images dude

what about the grass, did you modeled it?

2014-08-07, 17:51:01
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Fantastic lighting and atmosphere! What HDRI did you use to get all of the nice specular and reflections off the trees and grass?
MG Design UK - 3D Visualisation Studio Based In Surrey

2014-08-07, 18:36:02
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Gorgeous renderings! I would be happy as a dog in elevator if i could make something similar quality!....  :-D

2014-08-07, 22:44:29
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Adanmq

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Hi.

The grass is a mix of 1 igrass model and 2 personal ones, just quickly distributed using forest.
HDR is this one http://www.peterguthrie.net/hdrskies01/hdri1103 for almost every one.



2014-08-08, 09:45:32
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2014-08-08, 16:20:53
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Some great images Adan.  Good colour and natural foliage going on.
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