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  1. Hell everyone happy to be among like-minded! I would like to introduce me/us: As ArchitectureQuote we help architecture companies discover new opportunities and help them to manage proposals via one simple platform. We hope to be helpful for all architects out there! Always interested in new projects, proposals and designs Cheers from Denmark!
  2. Studio/Institution: Leadson Architects Client: personal work Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3dsmax 2014, vray 2.4, ps Website: http://www.leadsonarchitects.com Description: Hi everyone, I'm making an update for my concept skyscraper personal work. I rendered without lights on because the render time was way shorter. about 20' to 1 hour for the large pics. I'll apreciate all your comments and critics. I'm trying to achieve a blue hour render. I added as many details I could to make it more real. street advertising, smokes, fog, lights for the street and windows.. I googled for some reference photos, kind in the same mood, but I see there is still work to do but for now I'm not having any good results I'm not sure about the tone of the lights, more yellow, more white or orange also about dark shadows This is the first render, from phase to phase still under editing with final tones and contrasts Thanks Cheers
  3. This is my first post at cgarchitect and I have great news for all Revit design teams out there. For architects and designers working in Revit, one of our most difficult decisions has been, do we use the slow built-in rendering or do we invest in a lot of time to learn 3DS Max and still spend too much time rendering instead of designing... There is now a solution to this problem. World, meet REFLEX! Why wait to see a fully photo-realistic image of your Revit design, when you can see your current camera views anytime within minutes! See our press release here: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/reflex-rendering-visualization-tool-for-revit-is-launched-by-advanced-aec-solutions-llc-aaecs-159184115.html
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