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    #1

    AQUARiUM ARCHiTECTURE

    3ds max.vray and photoshop
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    #2

    good work man ! did you use Forest plugin to generate vegetation ?? thinks
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    #3

    Lighting is very intersting. Nice work, congrats!
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    #4

    I had an aquarium during 15 years and this is what I really liked about it: the light passing thru the water getting filtered in a very surreal way, the vegetation getting spread everywhere, the fish hiding in the shadows. Your work really catches these effects of the underwater realm. Very nice work, thanks for sharing!
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    #5

    Very nice work.
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    #6

    thank you)
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    #7

    very fantastic work...
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    #8

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: eiz
    good work man ! did you use Forest plugin to generate vegetation ?? thinks
    thanks,I used multiscatter and forest plugin.
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    #9

    amazing work
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    #10

    Good job...!
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    #11

    Nice, thank You for peacefull wallpaper
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    #12

    I like the models..the fish looks good and the planting ...but something about the water doesn't transitioning in the right way..
    i guess water got more thickness/mass to it - so there will be probably light beams cutting through some dirt / swimming fish poop..
    I just never saw a clear water like that in the aquarium

    besides that good job on modeling!
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    #13

    Thanks guys,

    I found the fish model in web, so it doesnt belong to me.(by permission who modelled it).I think you may find many clean water tank pic in web like this. I saw many inspired me
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    #14

    Awesome. Love it!
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    #15

    Can you go into more detail about how you approached the grassy moss? I'm in the process of creating a tree trunk with moss growing around it, but you said you use both multi-scatter and forest pack so which would be better for scattering on that kind of surface? And what were the problems you experienced that forced you to use both plugins? And finally, the moss model itself, did you use a few pieces of geometry or large clumps. Material wise, did you go two-side, translucent, sub surface scattering? Sorry for the ton of questions.
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    #16

    everything is natural
    fantastic work...!
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    #17

    Nice theme, cool shot, great mood.
    I love it!
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    #18

    Just amazing! Bravo!
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    #19

    Amazing job, how much time did you spend to create this?

    p.s. lighting is the best!
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    #20

    This is a perfect aquarium... Great job!!
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