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    #1

    Loft the turn

    I worked on this project during the passage of years .... It was concluded by looking forward and then not sleep for the New Year 2012!
    This would be my ideal place to spend New Year's Eve 2012 ... Many friends, good music and fun ... a cozy place and fraternal!

    This work is an inspiration to architects Insomia .... Directed by MIMOstudio in Poland .... Thank you for you there!

    I hope you enjoy, thank you.

    Happy 2012

    Matheus Passos

    FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Matheu...60861987272562

    BLOG: http://matheus3d.wordpress.com/
    Last edited by mpassos; 2012-01-03 at 05:06 PM.
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    #2

    nice work...! like it.
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    #3

    amazing amazing amazing ..... details are just muahhhh !!! :*
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    #4

    Excellent work Matheus, how did you light this scene?
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    #5

    great work Matheus! congrats!
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    #6

    nice work..is sofa your model??..if it is yours please tell me how did you modeled it..thanx..
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    #7

    Great details matheus.Love the enviroment and quality models.
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    #8

    very good, amaing work on the details ..bravo!

    can you make a tutorial about modeling of the sofa? or show us some tips?

    also, light setting will be nice


    thanks
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    #9

    Jesus.. There is GI/shadow splotches all over the place.

    But besides the reather severe quality issues. The images look beautiful, nice composition and some high quality models.

    What did you use to render this piece??
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    #10

    The seats in the chairs that are in the foreground have a very odd material to them. I can't make out what it is.

    For such close up shots, you could have given that zebra print carpet more smooth. I would also say it is too thick to be genuine. Maybe this is some artificial material with a zebra print?

    The lense flare on the third picture sits absolutely horribly in my oppinion.

    As a whole the composition is very light and flows naturally with the eyes. It works great as a unit, but for such a nice scene it is a pity that you didn't give a lot of the elements the needed texture attention.
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    #11

    Very nice Work! So real lighting, Congrats!
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    #12

    really detailled job, well done man!!! Happy new year!
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    #13

    fantastic renders
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    #14

    Super work my friend!!!
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    #15

    It says I don't have the permission to view the attached pictures?
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    #16

    Excellent lighting and details!
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    #17

    hi, good work.....
    did you medeled sofa?
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    #18

    And here's another beauty, the standard for 3D Visualization is really high these days, I love it!
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    clean renders nice textures quite intresting lighting gr8 job
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    #20

    wew.... awesome... very nice rendering...
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