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    House in Matsubara - exterior entry

    Hi All!

    What can I say... I love modern japan architecture and I'll try to make good views for House in Matsubara - Ken’ichi Otani Architects. Good luck for All!

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    These are my final images. While realising this project I wanted to focus on a relatively simple architectural form, without a big visual potential and to concentrate fully on obtaining a realisitic effect to meet the competition’s demands.The idea of realising a project of a modern japanese house visualisation has been on my mind for a long time.This competition was a perfect opportunity to deal with this subject. I would like to thank everyone for the atmosphere during the competition and wish all the other participants good luck during the final part.

    Textures used in the project from my own supplies, Arroway or CG textures membership
    A model of a scooter bought on Turbosquid, the author RVStudios
    A model of a house, the last on the right-free Turbosquid model, the author Studioworx
    Models of plants Evermotion Archmodels
    Modelling: Modo 302, Cinema 4D
    Final rendering: Fryrender
    Rendering of the rain jets for postroduction-Vray for Cinema 4D
    Postpprocessing Adobe Photoshop CS5

    My three final entrys:







    Best regards
    Marcin Jastrzebski - Neb
    Last edited by Neb; 2011-05-22 at 12:44 AM.
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    good luck, I hope you will use fryrender as usual
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    yessssssss Thank you vel!
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    first steps - I'm put ref plans into background image and made main building model
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    #5

    Nice job i like the arhitexture keep up!
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    basic buildings models
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    update:
    - modeling progress
    - street textures and rendering street test
    - first lighting tests
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    japanese architecture is great. Excelent choise.
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    thanks WARUIKI!

    Some inspirations for electric poles:

    Frank Breuer photographer - Project Poles:
    http://www.frankbreuer.com/projects-1.html
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    little upgrade, electric pole, cables and light settings
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    #11

    Great architecture, modeling, textures and lighting. Can't wait to see the finished product. Good luck.
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    Great work so far Neb!!
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    Thank you for nice comments!

    Here is update. First lighting and vegetation models tests.
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    Hi Nebula,

    Nice work! Like the 3rd image (sunset) the most. I just think the horizon (background) could be less empty on the right side and maybe the sun a little lower with some lights on inside the house.

    Cheers and keep it up
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    Great work Neb. First set is the best in my opinion.
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    Thanks guys for voting and comments!
    fkoehler - right side of the image isn't finish yet. Yes, I'll try to do some sunset light tests. Third image is my favorite now.

    Rocks, rocks, rocks...
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    #17

    Very very nice Neb!! Watting your update...
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    excellent process ... hope to see the final result!

    Greetings!
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    Thanks!

    First night lighting tests:
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    Neb, are You going to make only night view or both - night and day (sunset)?
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