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    #1

    Concrete Living !

    Hello everyone ,...
    this is my last job ...
    wait for critics for my render is comming better ,...
    Thanks...
    Hugs.

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    #2

    i like it very much
    in my opinion furniture wood must be the same not stairs wood
    only furniture
    anyway nice render
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    #3

    Good render,

    IMHO:

    Last step going dowstairs might broke some ankles, I would respect the distance with the floor.

    I would use bigger plates on the concrete wall. I don't think there's such small plates on the real world. It gives a confuse scale to the overall image.

    Nice post nad good work.
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    #4

    could u share wall maps?
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    #5

    hello guys thanks..
    i will make the corrections and post here !!!
    BILALONDER :
    it's a plesure to share my maps with you !
    is a 3 hi rez maps 6000x6000pxls PNGs format; only diffuse is a 50megs .. hohoh..

    here the link :> http://www.megaupload.com/?d=KQXU6TVC

    Hugs man..
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    #6

    thanks a lot man..........
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    #7

    stair railing is very thin...........chair leather doesn't look nice...
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    #8

    I like a lot your postpro. Is it PS? Could you explain how you achieved this effect?
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    #9

    really liked the post production work you made
    the mood its amazing and you got nice warm colors
    i agree with Arei Shirow about the bigger concrete plates
    and thanks man for the map

    i'am with player 23 if you could do a video tutorial on how you made the post production work with your raw render to get this final image

    keep up the great work
    Last edited by Arch.Hany; 2010-07-02 at 01:36 PM.
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    #10

    really clean... and nice lighting
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    #11

    Nice. This is inspired by BBB (B. Benoit) render, isn't it?
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    #12

    Hello, Prostudio.
    For me it's almost a photograph. Two things give it away:
    1. How the wooden steps meet the concrete wall. In construction, that clean joint is almost impossible to do; there should be at least a gap like the one between concrete slabs.
    2. The mapping of the wooden steps is the same for all of them
    I like the lighting and that smooth gloss of the concrete reflecting two tones of light.
    The photograph on the frame is a little hazed.
    Anyway, excellent work.
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    #13

    Hi very very thanks for all !!!
    i'm make this corrections ,...for best visualizations
    this is the original image :



    when i have a free time a will post how make this colors in PS !
    Hugs...
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    #14

    really nice. I think the ply surface (on seats) is a bit too blurry, it should have very small grain and/or stronger shiny areas.

    I would have made the steps out of slightly thicker cantilevered concrete. But maybe wood is a better choice. good work.
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    #15

    muaaaaa proibido fotos aqui amigo hehehehe
    s vale por 3d hahahaha abraos fera perfect
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    #16

    big thanks for concret map
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    #17

    hello!!

    i wish i can render than u!!
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    #18

    i like the composition, i think the color correction is little to much, but anyways that's a matter of taste, on the design part the cables handrail really needs another vertical support cause the length is too long and in time the cables will loose their tightness
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    #19

    very cool image - great work!
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    #20

    can we see pure render?
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