Author Topic: Michal Timko`s garage  (Read 4237 times)

2014-10-28, 21:56:00

michaltimko

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Hello all

Im registered here since forum started but i was never conviced about having my own thread here, but i think that its not bad thing to share some WIP pics and ask for help from more experienced users.

This thread will be something like my garage - I`ll be posting previews from my personal and commercial works.

Because im using corona in commercial works since early alpha, i have like 200 projects laying on my HDD which will be added here one by one (but not all of them fo course :) )

So lets start with something fresh : WIP shots fom project im working on (office building in Belgium)










« Last Edit: 2014-11-10, 16:54:13 by michaltimko »
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2014-10-29, 09:11:47
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johan belmans

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Hi

I admire your work for some time.
Keep up the good work and keep on posting.
I like the vegetation in image nr 5.

cheers
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2014-10-29, 09:58:05
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Thanks

Those are very early renders, when scene was composed. Deadline is pushing me so i`ll try to post here some more advanced stuff soon.
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2014-10-29, 10:01:03
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Nice work Michal :)
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2014-11-03, 21:49:47
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Tesing environment.

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2014-11-04, 09:07:47
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Looking good :) I am missing a bit of dirt and AO in the places where the floor (tiles) is meeting the curbs/walls - too clean overall. Anyway, this is probably only a work in progress shot :)
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2014-11-10, 16:54:00
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One shot from atrium.

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2014-11-10, 18:17:20
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I think that tree is killing the whole image, the one in the atrium i mean.

2014-11-10, 20:20:23
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I disagree with daniel :)

2014-11-10, 20:31:43
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I mean the tree model, not the tree itself  :) just in case :) it takes the realism of the image off

2014-11-11, 10:09:48
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i agree with daniel... it looks obviously lowpoly when compared to its immediate environment . i think you should try another tree type