1. Join Date
    Feb 2010
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    9
    #1

    Lakeside residence

    Hello,

    Here are a few shots from our latest project and more work is still undergo.
    The task was to create a fictional but believable environment for presentation of large area glazing systems.

    Upcoming work will include animation, winter, autumn, night/dawn/dusk, summer and spring setting - its going to be fun
    Especially optimisation fun...the file has already 3GB and eats over 100GB RAM when rendering and takes about forever to render due to so many reflection/refractions bounces that need to be there, because the windows feature triple glazing.

    Stay tuned for more additions.

    Best

    Martin
    pixelbox.cz
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  2. Join Date
    Nov 2016
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    #2

    Really nice work!
    Is the exterior environment full 3d?
  3. Join Date
    Feb 2010
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    9
    #3

    Thanks!
    The 3D stops where the water plane ends. I ve also made a lake bottom so that way everything would refract properly. The backplate is roughly 100m from the scene center so thats how far the water goes. I specially searched for photos that have some aerial distant fog in them so it would blend in naturaly.

    That being said though, i would LOVE to have time to use world machine and Forest to make it all 3D ))
  4. Join Date
    Feb 2010
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    #4

    here is a little update with early evening winter shot
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