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    New Design Interior Les Faisses de Cantecor

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    Hello everyone, who is looking over this project .
    I'm am pleased that you have paid attention and decided to review and evaluate it .
    It's really very important for me . I want to show you my last work .
    The project was immediately approved by the customer .


    All detailed project information you can find here:

    https://www.behance.net/gallery/2981...S-DE-CANTECOR-

    Behance:

    https://www.behance.net/juliansadokha
    https://www.behance.net/andrewsadokha

    I was like the customer because in this project I want to show what I can and really like, that's why decided to change everything from style to design . I took an apartment - 48 sq. m .

    And wanted to create an interior for a free person . Free from stereotypes , prejudice and unnecessary things .
    The person who is active , loves travel and spend time with friends at home .
    That's why the apartment space is as opened as it's possible . Folding sofa allows to save space .
    The interior shouldn't become the dream for the average family which consists of two adults and two children .
    It's a "den" - lodging for someone who is looking for.
    I'll be glad to hear constructive criticism and positive comments !

    I'm always ready for new interesting projects .
    Please contact me through email:
    juliansadokha@gmail.com
    Last edited by Julian Sadokha; 2015-12-16 at 10:16 PM.
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    great work and mood , photo like images. keep the good work
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    This is the new thing, right?! Mashing up scenes from other artists, putting your name all over it and calling it "my work" without giving any credit to the author?
    Lame.
    So I will do this for you:
    Almost every model from Bertrand Benoit as well as general mood and styling.
    The scenes can be bought here:
    http://www.turbosquid.com/3d-models/...r-scene/877131
    And here:
    http://www.turbosquid.com/3d-models/...-corona/932356

    Give credit where credit is due.
    Last edited by RobSteady; 2015-12-18 at 11:49 PM.
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    I completely agree with RobSteady. Being a huge fan of Bertrand Benoit's work, I can immediately identify his models and textures within seconds of viewing these images. In fact, I would say that almost this entire scene minus a few books and the typewriter (also from other artists I'm sure) are exclusively sourced from Bertrand's turbosquid warehouse. Honestly, anybody can assemble a scene with other artist's assets. Nobody here is going to fault you for doing so, but you need to give credit where it is due. This is, in essence, PLAGIARISM to an extent. I'm sure others would agree that Evermotion should be enforcing some of this stuff as I am seeing this happen more and more frequently.
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    Hassan.jaber , very grateful for your feedback.
    I am pleased to hear this !
    Thanks !
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    RobSteady , thank you for your comment.
    Yes, you're right, I dropped it.
    So I apologize, did not indicate where that model
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    jtmdesigntutoring , thank you , I study and am grateful for your comments, I am very grateful for what you have written to me, sure not only me, but others will be used to indicate where the model.
    Thank you all for your feedback and comments coming
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Julian Sadokha
    So I apologize, did not indicate where that model
    Still not indicating "where that model". Edit your post, edit your Behance gallery.
    What you basically did is just rearranging the Corona Loft scene from Bertrand Benoit.
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    RobSteady , here I perhaps do not fully agree, I used my light and other mood !
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Julian Sadokha
    here I perhaps do not fully agree, I used my light and other mood !
    Light and other mood...wow, ok.
    But you do agree that your scene consists to 95% of the models from Bertrand; so give the man some credit.
    Could look like this:
    "This is my newest project - I just bought this nice scene from Bertrand Benoit and played a little bit around with it. I added my own light and tried to create a different mood (really?) You can grab it here: http://www.turbosquid.com/3d-models/3d-model-scene-loft-corona/932356"
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    RobSteady , I like ! Right ! Can I ask you that you would help me with descriptions to next project ?
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    dont act like a jerk...
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    Arturso , I dont understand your comment (:
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    Oh you changed the mood and hdri?? What a laugh, it looks THE SAME. You probably didn't even change the hdri. Stop playing dumb like you don't know what you did dude. I hope evermotion strips you of your "editors' choice" award.
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    I love that this guy doesnt give any credit to Bertrand Benoit but he doesnt forget to put a little copiright on every picture so everybody knows that there is no messing around with his intelectual property.
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    I know right?
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    I think he just create a wall, models for Bertrand,its no more than 30%
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    This just illustrates that the profession of Arch-Viz 3D artist is slowly shifting into a more classifiable job as "interior 3D stylist" where most of the 3d objects are pre-modeled and placed into the scene.

    This doesn't imply that the job of Interior 3D Stylist is easy, you still need to have deep understanding of composition, photography and lighting, composition in those renderings is very well done, everything fits very well, and the lighting is excellent!

    Althought, I agree with most commentators that Julian should've given credit to Bertrand for using most of his props, especially since posting on evermotion forum, but I think Julian's main motivation was to show the composition and the interior styling and that it was a successful project with the client. And by the way, does Bertrand ask for credit, he is selling 3d props for good price, I don't think he cares if he doesn't get credit sometimes...
    You have to see the division that is happening in our field these days with the pre-modeled props, this brings another question, should a photographer give credit to every single object in her photographs?
    Last edited by finalmethod; 2015-12-26 at 09:28 PM.
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    I dont think your metaphor is exactly a accurate one- in this case it is more like a photographer that comes to a set that has been prepared by someone else his camera has been calibrated by someone else, the lights are already set ... and it would by ok if these pictures were just for the client to see but he presents them on forum for professionals as his own artistic creation
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    Guys , all understand , thank you all for the comments !
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