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    client interior work part 2

    hi folks. here are a couple of new renders done for some local clients here in austria. done as always with vray. rendertime in full hd was between 60 and 90 minutes. hope you like it

    best regards, michael

    first pic is a lobby from a local dentist, i really dont like the design at all, but the client wanted it that way*lol*



    here i used hdri images to light up my interior

    here is a small animation preview, please excuse the low quality

    http://michaelseidl.com/images/Videos/Untitled.mov






    the windows start up screen was no joke, this kitchen has really a pc on board*lol* time for a bluescreen in your new kitchen*lol*













    some bad uvw textures @ the piano, fixed it for the final render


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    #2

    .....renders are simply superb....
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    #3

    thx alot

    glad you like it
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    #4

    F#cking Fantastic. I have never seen such a clean render like yours. Please would you give some info on your workflow oh "great master". Give yourself two thumbs up and a beer.
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    #5

    Hi there, lovely renders... what rendering engine are you using?

    Keep it up!

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    #6

    this rocks!!!!!
    could you tell us your brushed alluminium settings??

    thanks
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    #7

    Great renders, very sharp and have real depth.
    Can you share any setting on your lighting?
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    #8

    hi folks, thanks for your feedback

    i am using vray!!

    @.b.

    for the brushed material, i am using a black diffuse material and full white reflektion. refl glossines ist 0.75 and highlight glossyness is 0.6. keep in mind that i am using a hdri in my environment!!!!

    @ spud_trooper: the light setting depends from scene to scene. mostly i used vray lights in the windows with a blue tint and a multiplier of 3 -5
    i always mixed my light, that means, when i am using a blue light, i make shure that i also use a light with some yellow tint, to keep the light balance!!
    and i am using lwf

    best regards

    michael
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    #9

    man you can't be so good....You are the best...I just have any word about your renderings.....keep your perfect work man....
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    thank you Aleksandar for your kind words

    i really appreciate that!!!!!!

    regards
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    #11

    Hi Michael i like you work!!.. look´s very real

    I only have a question.. you use photoshop to make some type of adjustment?

    Thanks!!
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    wow...great render....everything is perfect...keep it up...can u tell us abt ur anti aliasing filter? and its settings???
    i have a few questions also...can u help me out?
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    #13

    Super renders! They look very very real! 5/5
    can you tell the aluminium settings?
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    #14

    WoW Super Renders!!! I love your white leather. Can you post your settings?
    Only 1 comment, the material for the kitchen tap in image 5 seems not right. Maybe it does come in this type of finish that I did not know.
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    #15

    excellent hi quality lighting and renders i like them all
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    #16

    yeah I agree with coolpranz :what kind of AA did you use brother?
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    #17

    awesome works......more!!
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    hi. M speachless. very nice! very good detail! i could hardly see any flaws..
    I just want to ask whre can i get some hdri maps? which particular you were using?.. thanks for your help. i hope u could spen your time for us who wants to learn your techniques.
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    hi folks, thank to all of you for taking time to comment on my last work

    for aa filter i always use fixed rate set to 6 samples. my AA Filter is Catmul

    the aluminum settings are a black diffuse material, full white reflektion and refl glossy set to 0.85. there is also a very small noise map in the bums slot

    the hdri can be found @ doschdesign.de. but you can use any hdri

    thanks again
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    #20

    Awesome outstanding superb . Very clean and beautiful renders with great material .did u use Adaptive QMC and Wht did u use in Primary and secondary bounces ? Great lighting
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