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    Ponce House (image-heavy!)

    Hi guys,

    This is my take on Ponce House, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, by Chilean architect Mathias Klotz.

    I tried to stay faithful to the original but had to take some liberties owing to the lack of reference material for some aspects of the house.

    I worked on this over several months in my spare time. The final images (about 3,000 pixel wide) took about a week in total to render because of the high poly count, high-ish resolution and settings. Individual render times ranged from 5 to 12 hours on eight cores. There’s a tiny bit of post-prod but much less than I would normally use.

    The assets are all mine except the Macbook (free Turbosquid model) and the B&B garden furniture, which was downloaded from the company’s site (I originally wanted to model these, but the manufacturer’s 3d files were so good I didn’t see the point), and some of the bigger trees.

    Software used: 3ds Max 2010, VrayScatter, and Vray 1.5 sp4a.

    The last image shows four crops from the full-resolution renders.























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    #2

    simply amazing, very photoreal. What did you use for lighting the scene?
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    #3

    Heh... I was just commenting on your blog and you'v posted it here all in all a great work textures, details, vegetation everything is just excellent. 5 stars from me and totally best of evermotion material! Gl and keep posting...
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    #4

    Are you kidding me? These pictures are photos right? simply perfect work! Best of!!!
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    #5

    Amazing as always!!! So natural!! 5* of course!Congrats!


    Ps: I vote for best of
    Last edited by annkos1980; 2010-03-24 at 01:41 PM.
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    #6

    super star ! !!!
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    #7

    Beautiful renderings!No.5 is my favorite!"Best of"from me!
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    #8

    The best of the best!!
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    #9

    finally you will get it
    the best of evermotion
    in my opinion u deserve it
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    #10

    Ist amazing work
    realy love your render
    5 stars
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    #11

    greatest work...
    to the best of!
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    #12

    Stunning work. Could you post wireframes please? Thanks.
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    #13

    wooow breathtaking work! congratulation!
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    #14

    Wow!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very Very Nice!!! Camera views are very good. What are the material settings for your glass and Travertine tiles. Do you mind sharing the cookies and books?
    Last edited by kjverine; 2010-03-24 at 04:34 PM.
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    #15

    more detailing, is amazing....

    i vote for the best of....
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    #16

    cant believe it ! that's amazing, u deserve the best of the bests, and i always want to know how did it !
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    #17

    Wowww!!!

    Bertrand tu es en forme en ce moment!!!

    Bravo!
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    #18

    Thanks a lot (et merci) for the kind feedback, guys.

    Here is a viewport grab and the settings for the travertine and for the glass.

    Travertine: Note that I'm using the MultiTexture plugin since the Travertine floor was made with the great FloorGenerator script from CG-Source.

    Glass: Important elements include a "bulge" bitmap mixed with a noise map for bump. Double glazing is modelled and "Reflect on back side" checked for the double reflection effect. Note that this kind of material doesn't work well for anything other than windows (THANKS go to Peter Guthrie for suggesting the addition of the "bulge" map to this setup).
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    #19

    süper..........................................
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    #20

    ....sooo impressive work...great vegetation...very realistic scene...
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