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    #1

    Bregenz Museum

    Hello all...

    Here it is another training work.

    Bregenz Museum by Peter Zumthor.

    Awesome building by the way

























    That's all
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    #2

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    beautiful
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    good feeling. Go ahead pro
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    i like them but i need more contrast. it might be only me...
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    #5

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: funka
    i like them but i need more contrast. it might be only me...
    well you are probably right. This scene was quite a pain to render because its all about indirect light passing by two layers of "frosted" glass. I was having massiv amounts of noise and render times to the roof to clean it.

    In final optimization i was able to render it in 1h20m (the longest) and 30 or 40m for the others.

    Ty for the comments and critics.
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    #6

    I like it verry much. Simple and beautifull - both your and Zumthors work. Did you do a gap between stairs and wall on the first two pictures on purpose ? It looks a bit weird.
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: JOEYR
    I like it verry much. Simple and beautifull - both your and Zumthors work. Did you do a gap between stairs and wall on the first two pictures on purpose ? It looks a bit weird.
    Yep, the stairs appear to be supported by the right wall. And it makes sense since the right wall is in solid concrete with +- 67cms, its one of the structural walls.
    Last edited by correntes; 2010-02-22 at 04:08 PM.
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    #8

    Nice work... I like it... A little noisy but not disturbing... I like ceiling panels... What about lights? Vraysun?... Congrats...
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    nice minimalistic interior and stairs , I like them, post is also good, maybe bokeh effect will make them better
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: mr big
    Nice work... I like it... A little noisy but not disturbing... I like ceiling panels... What about lights? Vraysun?... Congrats...
    Thanks.

    Yes, vraysun but i used in in OFF status.
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    Good Job! Atmosphere is spot on! It would be interesting if you were to render the room filled with water on the floor. They've done it once for an art show, it was awsome the floor looked like a pond. Could you try it?
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    #12

    very good images with a great mood.
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Mr.Wolf
    Good Job! Atmosphere is spot on! It would be interesting if you were to render the room filled with water on the floor. They've done it once for an art show, it was awsome the floor looked like a pond. Could you try it?
    Yeah, it was a Olafur Eliasson intervention. Very eloquent IMHO.
    Maybe one day...


    Thanks morlon.
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