Author Topic: Outdoor dining  (Read 40683 times)

2015-04-04, 23:55:17

ryancoy

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I finally get to finish these set of  outdoor dining images





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2015-04-05, 00:14:59
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pokoy

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These are really great, stunning work! Everything looks just right :D

2015-04-05, 08:10:35
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aTanguay

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Lovely work...I can smell the steaks cooking!

2015-04-05, 08:21:10
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Dmitriy Yemelianenko

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Oh, c'mon...just how? I don't know, every day I see a lot of works and some of them  looks nice, the composition is ok, the materials and lightning, but its pretty hard to find something interesting or impressive, they all looks the same, but this work is stunning, it inspires, and give hope :)
You should be proud of your result. Great job!

2015-04-05, 14:15:29
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Paulito

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This image clearly stands out without a doubt. It is both beautiful for real life design and perfectly done render. Could you make a write-up, sort of like you did on your website with white kitchen?

thank you

2015-04-05, 14:45:55
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Juraj

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Looks very good !

I did two similar gardens in recent commercial projects, but yours is better :- )
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2015-04-05, 16:46:42
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How long did it take to render these scenes?
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2015-04-05, 17:00:57
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Fresh renders, love it !

How much time for each one ? did you use bucket mode or progressive ?


2015-04-05, 21:02:59
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duncanmind

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That is awesome. Detailed modelling and nice composition.

Can you show me the setting of stainless steel material ? It looks real.

2015-04-05, 21:58:27
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michaltimko

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Very good. Looks like you have put plain color / BW map into transculency slot ?
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2015-04-06, 09:55:09
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Wow! vegetation materials and composition is superb! Custom models?

2015-04-06, 11:18:04
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ryancoy

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@pokoy,  aTanguay,  Dmitriy Yemelianenko, AnubisMe, hrvojezg00, daniel.reutersward
   -Thanks

@michaltimko
   -Thanks! I have a lighter version of the diffuse leaf texture in the translucency slot at around 0.35-0.5. I have the b/w texture on the refl slot.

@duncanmind
  -Thanks! see attached image, settings are pretty simple.

@ Paulito
  - Thanks! I will try to find  time to do a little write up about it.

@mitviz / Chakib
   - If I remembered correctly image 1 should be around 5 hours (around 250 passes @ 3k resolution). Image 02 is around 6 hours ( around 250 passes @ 3k resolution) and the last image is 2.5     hours ( 250 passes @ 2.5k res).
   - I used progressive

@ Juraj
  -Thank you!



2015-04-06, 13:58:26
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artmaknev

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Really nice job!