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    Kubik Rubik

    Done in free time while relaxing from commercial work.. i really would like to do such visualizations all the time.. but... clients doesn't pay or doesn't want ;]]]

    big one : http://img141.imageshack.us/f/staciakampislow.jpg/
    Last edited by workaholic; 2011-03-15 at 06:28 PM.
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    i like the grass (is it a multiscatter) to be honest i am not really fond of this kind of flat perspectives almost like elevations..but u did a great job Congrats
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: workaholic
    i really would like to do such visualizations all the time.. but... clients doesn't pay or doesn't want
    hehe, yeah we all are expecting that perfect client...

    BTW: grass looks nice. Could you share a screenshot of your Multiscatter settings?
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    congrats!!! it s really good. I like gras .could you share your multiscatter settings?
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    great work mate, the grass and design is good.
    keep it up*
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    Hi,
    I think it looks great! Would love to see how you did the grass.
    How were the trees done?
    I like the full-on perspective. As an architect I love the ways the tree frame and the colors really enhance the mood. Congrats, beautiful image.
    My only criticism are the luminaires in the grass. No offense, but they are being used too often by artists (sort of like lens flares back in the day...) and they can become passe.
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    #7

    Beautiful render. I like the colors, lighting and the composition.
    Congratulations!
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    fantastic grass, how did you do that? I agree about the comment of the flat perspective...
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    I like your username haha... workaholic..
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    nice grass , but trees drag down your work .
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    your work is awesome but I really tired to see the architects without creativity these days. All I seeying here on evermotion its "ever" the same variation of BOX houses over grass.

    I really think this kind of arch&design actually is getting almost about "fashion".
    This is not about function or bauhaus design anymore, I think.!!
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    Hola, lovely lighting i like so much, . leafs need an opacity map.

    Saludos
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    mm..

    That's really nice shot. Thought the bluish tone is bit weird..somehow I don't really like that it overlays as a gradient, not as an ambience for whoei image, but let's assume You have used gradient photo filter, but than again..- the treess pop out...and the fron one are tinted..

    All in all really great shot! thought some improments in postProcesing could be made to have the unity of elements and photographic treatment.

    tom
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    Like the mood and lighting of the scene. Everything looks real except the tree leaves.
    Great job.
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Mihajlo
    i like the grass (is it a multiscatter) to be honest i am not really fond of this kind of flat perspectives almost like elevations..but u did a great job Congrats
    yeah, it's multiscatter, i agree with your comment about flat perspectives, but it's the best view of this house
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: tigermouse
    That's really nice shot. Thought the bluish tone is bit weird..somehow I don't really like that it overlays as a gradient, not as an ambience for whoei image, but let's assume You have used gradient photo filter, but than again..- the treess pop out...and the fron one are tinted..

    All in all really great shot! thought some improments in postProcesing could be made to have the unity of elements and photographic treatment.

    tom
    my i is not so accurate, so i don't see such small things :O
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: thi lima
    your work is awesome but I really tired to see the architects without creativity these days. All I seeying here on evermotion its "ever" the same variation of BOX houses over grass.

    I really think this kind of arch&design actually is getting almost about "fashion".
    This is not about function or bauhaus design anymore, I think.!!

    totally agree with you, but i do best i can with what i get, this is not the worsest house, it's not ;]
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: m-arch
    hehe, yeah we all are expecting that perfect client...

    BTW: grass looks nice. Could you share a screenshot of your Multiscatter settings?
    i could, but believe me, these settings would not make nice grass in you scene, it depends on many other things... ;]
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: workaholic
    i could, but believe me, these settings would not make nice grass in you scene, it depends on many other things... ;]

    I know, but try me . At least PM me. When applied to a similar surface (in square meters) it really could. I do have iGrass, but I'm struggling with it.

    BTW, I agree 'bout the trees. iTrees look good for medium distances and great for backgrounds, but not for the foreground. Those are iTrees right?
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    #20

    awesome renders dude, keep posting
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