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  1. Hello World, I am Jasmine @ Imagist3ds architecture visualization studio. If you are have architectural designs that needs 3D visualization services, please email to tell us your detailed request. If you are 3D visualizers like us and would like to talk, please also don't hesitate to discuss with us. Contact: Jasmine; Email: support@imagist3ds.com' Company: Imagist3ds Architectural Visualization Studio Website: https://imagist3ds.com/
  2. Everybody has probably exported a picture from Google Earth and composited their rendering into it. We did it all the time in university and every architect probably uses Google Earth or Google Maps internally. Google Earth even includes an export function for images up to 4k resolution. But is it actually legal to use Google Earth images commercially (for Archviz)? I've been googling all day and could not find a clear answer. Google Permissions page states that we may use GE Images as long as we attribute Google and the image owners and don't alter the images substantially. But I think Googles TOS states that images may not be used commercially. However, I also could not find any option to purchase a license to use GE images, and since Google Earth Pro is free, those license don't seem to exist anymore. The more I research, the less I understand, to be honest, so... Could I use an image from google earth, comp my rendering into it and then sell that image to a client? If not, how is everyone doing aerial shots? I guess drones exist now, but that is still a lot more work than simply zooming over to a site in Google Earth... I would love to get some input, sources or discussion on this topic, especially since I could not find anything relating to Google Earth + licensing + archviz in particular.
  3. Studio/Institution: Personal Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: Sketchup, Octane, Photoshop Description: Hello, I'm in the process of improving my renders for my portfolio. I'm aiming for a forgotten/abandoned dystopian theme with this one. I've attached the original for reference. Any advice, tips, criticism is gladly welcomed. Thanks!
  4. Studio/Institution: Personnal Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3ds Max - vray - Photoshop Description: Hello everyone, I would like your input about my image. I'm not 100% satisfied with the results, it seems to me it's missing something but i can't put my finger on it. I'm thankfull in advance for all your comments and suggestions! Ben
  5. Some time ago i've released little models pack (for commercial use too): http://trzyde.blogspot.com/2014/11/freebies-3-models-yew-trees-ready-to.html I hope you will find it useful Greetings Krzysztof Czerwiński
  6. I want to say thank you to CGTEXTURES.COM for release my biiig pack of skies textures (100 skies - blue, puffy clouds etc). It should be helpful for matte painters, archi visualisations and all other digital artists:) Sorry for middle-resolution images (3872x2592) but i have only old digital camera made in 2006 year. Maybe next time i'll try to borrow some better digital camera from my friends. Like always - all stuff free for private and commercial project:) Kind regards Krzysztof Czerwiński
  7. Studio/Institution: freelancer Client: ar. A.qureshi Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3ds max . vray . photoshop Description: this is my recent work and i hope you will like it critics and comment most welcome.
  8. Studio/Institution: personal Genre: Commercial Interior Software: 3ds max, vray Description: hello my its my 1st post and also my 1st commercial interior. plz suggest me wht to do more in it to make it more realistic thnx all............
  9. Studio/Institution: Consultant Genre: Commercial Interior Software: SketchUp, 3DMax2010, Photoshop Website: http://www.behance.net/Michael_Secrist Description: I wanted to show all of you a progress on a project that I'm working on for a company that will end up using this piece as an interaction tool on there website. I created this design on my own with direction from the client on how he envisioned this piece to look and work as far as the camera angle and actions that are to take place in the space. Modeled in SketchUp. The Furniture in the seating area were brought in from 3D wharehouse and modified for my use as well as the white machine to the right. Everything else was modeled by me in 3DMax. Photoshop was use to add more Ambient Occlusion. I would like to hear your thoughts on it. The final will have more people manning the registers and ordering food.
  10. Studio/Institution: redo [arquitectura+rendering] Client: Arquimyst Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3d mx, psd Website: http://www.redo.com.mx Description: hi evryone... Hope you like it! cheers....
  11. Studio/Institution: pikselmania Client: Synergia | Architects Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3d max, vray, photoshop Website: http://www.pikselmania.pl/indexEn.html Description: Office building designed by Synergia | Architects Building situated in Wrocław, Poland.
  12. Studio/Institution: 3D ArchVis Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3ds max and Vray Website: http://www.3DArchVis.com Description: Hello, Completed this interior couple of days back. Went back to my lighting rig which I really love to work on. No lwf's, no 2.2's. I acted a bit lazy with refining the throw on the bed. Hope you like the render. Crits, comments and help all welcome.
  13. Studio/Institution: N/A Genre: Retail Exterior Software: Modo Description: Commercial Retail Exterior modeled and rendered using Modo 501 and edited in Photoshop.
  14. Studio/Institution: 3D Creation Of Realities Client: Evritika Kelaria Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3D Studio MAx 9 SP2, Vray 1.5, Eyeon Fusion 5 Website: http://www.3dcor.gr Description: Hello I would like to introduce to you my new 30 seconds 3D animated TV commercial about traditional Greek Retsina drink. The main concept was to portray the atmosphere of an old traditional Greek village center. Plane tree in the center of the village square, in the background the village church and the traditional coffee shop with pure water from the stream that cools the atmosphere. The artistry of the dancer reflects the passion with which the drink Retsina is produced by "Evritika" cellars. Green Screen, architectural visualization and other techniques were used in order to produce the commercial. I hope that you like it. Any comments are welcome! You can watch it hear Thank you all for your time Regards Karampalasis Savvas
  15. Studio/Institution: Consultant Client: N/A Genre: Commercial Interior Software: SketchUp, 3DMax2010, Photoshop Website: http://www.coroflot.com/Res_Com_3D Description: Just finished this project over the weekend. Please let me know what you think Thanks! Modeled with SketchUP and 3DMax 2010. Materials, lighting, and rendering doen with Mental Ray. Photoshop for post production
  16. Studio/Institution: maila-push GmbH Client: Deutsche Bahn AG Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3D Studio Max, Photoshop Website: http://arch.maila-push.net/ Description: Location: Darmstadt, Germany Proposal for the renovation of the present railway station of Darmstadt, Germany.
  17. Studio/Institution: Personal Client: N/A Genre: Commercial Interior Software: 3DS Max - 2011 - Mental Ray Description: This is an image I've been working on for fun. Found a photograph of a nice kitchen so I tried to recreate it. I'm sorry that I don't have the reference image as it only exists as a hard copy (to the best of my knowledge). I'll try to scan it next week for comparison. C&C would be appreciated. (ps I realize that I went off the deep end with the glare)
  18. Studio/Institution: Adeo design Client: architectural studio Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3ds max, vray, photoshop Website: http://www.adeo.si Description: This is a vis of an office/commercial building, electrohub central complex in the middle of nowhere and it was a real challenge making the scene interesting since the building is extremely compact and stands there pretty much on it's own. The tower has photovoltaic panels attached to it and this was the hardest thing to do properly since the realistic results were simply quite uninteresting. Anyway, this was an architectural design competition render so it's not very detailed but i hope it's wholesome enough to make an attractive portfolio piece. With that in mind, C&C are welcome:-)
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