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  1. Studio/Institution: Deesys G Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds max - vray Description: Hi everyone Here is my last job. Any suggestion to make this look more realistic? I m kinda stuck here. Something doesn't seem correct to me but I don't know what to change to make it look better. Thks a lot
  2. Studio/Institution: N/A Genre: Residential Interior Software: Blender, Photoshop Website: http://TBA Description: Hey Guys, I'm new to the industry and I'm looking for some feedback. This is my second go at arc viz work and my first interior project. This wasn't for a client, but simply a portfolio piece. I would love to hear some of your thoughts and suggestions. As always, thank you for your time in reading and responding. Here is a link to my last project. I know they are quite different, but I hope some improvement is notable. http://forums.cgarchitect.com/72012-its-all-about-birds.html -Ryan
  3. Hello! I'm working on illustrating an interior and would appreciate some advise from you. This scene is lit by a V-ray sun and sky with default settings, the sun is almost perpendicular to the ground, and there is a vray light - skylight simple in the window (on the interior, just in front of the glass) - default settings Gamma is set to 2.2 input and output (i don't like to do much work in post, and i also save to exr) affect color selector, and affect material editor Vray physical camera - focal 2mm, f=6, shutter 1/100, iso 4600:confused: Render settings: color mapping: linear multiply, gamma 2.2, sub pixel mapping on, affect background on, don't affect colors on irradiance map: min rate:-3, max rate:-1, HSph:120, Interp. Samples:40, clr thresh:0.4, Nrm thresh:0.2, Dist thresh:0.2 interpolation: least squares fit light cache: subdivs:1500, sample size0.002 I think the shadows are not visible/sharp enough, and i would like to improve. Also I don't know if it's normal to use such high ISO values. I would appreciate some advise on how to reduce burnout areas. (i could render passes and composite them and mask the burnout areas?) Thank you! http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/24/mirceamurarescu0116c01.jpg/ does this forum down-samples the attached images?
  4. Hi, My name is Shawn Khoo, Founder of 8 Yolk Design Studio, Singapore. We hope we contribute to this wonderful forum. 8 Yolk Studio is established in 2007 by a group of highly professional 3D Visualization Artists, inspired to bring a new 3D visualization experience to our clients. We consist of a Creative Collection with diverse background in architecture, graphic design and 3D modeling + animation. In 8 Yolk Studio, we believe each architectural design is unique and it is critical to identify best visualization style to embrace its design intention & strengths. We are committed to explore with architects/designers on any possibilities to achieve your design winning edge. To further enhance our clients’ 3D Visualization Experience, we have also established 3D design partners globally to bring the best & distinctive visualization works to our clients. We provide a range of 3D visualization services 3d Architectural Perspectives Architectural Animations Interior Perspectives Full- Suite Architectural Presentation Marketing Brochure Website Creation Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Technical Training (Corporate) Do visit our website: http://www.8yolkstudio.com
  5. Studio/Institution: Virtual Graph Scandinavia-Sweden Client: architect Genre: Residential Interior Software: cinema 4d 6ce, Photoshop Website: http://www.uboot453.com Description: Interior rendering for a project
  6. Studio/Institution: Lintusimage Client: Joyce Huang Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3dsmax, vray, ps Website: http://www.lintusimage.com Description: Hi there, here are 2 renders i just have finished. C&C welcome~ [ATTACH=CONFIG]43114[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]43113[/ATTACH]
  7. Studio/Institution: lintusimage Client: kangwei Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3dsmax, vray, photoshop Website: http://www.lintusimage.com Description: Hi there, this is my first post in this forum. I hope to make some new friends here~ These 2 renderings are from project kangwei's home which i just have done. C&C are welcome! [ATTACH=CONFIG]42165[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]42164[/ATTACH]
  8. Studio/Institution: thefoxhole Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3dsmax 2011 design Description: Hello, Need some help here. There are some strange shadows on the kitchendoor below the microwave. The door seems to spread to much color and it seems a bit to light to represent oak. Also there is a strange lightspread around the window. Any tips on how to fix this? The materials i try to achieve are: door: untreated oak kitchendoors and kitchentablet: corian white walls and ceiling: painted white with brush floor: silicon based epoxyfloor RAL7022 (dark gray) windows: wooden windows painted RAL7022 Still need to add some props and add some interiorlights. I've rendered it in mental ray with daylight system. Here are my settings for FG, GI and exposure control: [ATTACH]41909[/ATTACH] kind regards, wim clissen
  9. Studio/Institution: LianHe Graphic Design Client: oversea Genre: Residential Interior Software: photoshop cs3, 3d max, vray etc. Website: http://www.china-render.com Description: it's an interior rendering, made by us, and share with u guys, pls give me some comments.
  10. Studio/Institution: BVH Architects Genre: Institution Software: Revit -> Sketchup -> 3D Max (Mental Ray) -> Photoshop Website: http://bvh.com Description: Adding this image to my gallery - looking for any final critiques + criticism. Thanks!
  11. Studio/Institution: GAYARRE infografia Client: I+D Genre: Residential Interior Software: Architrion, Cinema 4D, Vray Website: http://www.gayarre.eu Description: A place to play and grow ! Work foucused in details and lighting, like always.
  12. Studio/Institution: BluerooM studio Client: Eurosalon Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3DS MAX 2010, VRAY Description: Hello...Posting renders for the first time and would appreciate some critiques so i can improve my work...thnx [ATTACH=CONFIG]40395[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]40396[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]40397[/ATTACH]
  13. Studio/Institution: Stuff3D Genre: Residential Interior Software: Autodesk Maya Description: Credits Base image from "150 Best New House Ideas", page 102. CollinsDesign. Modeling Eduardo Roa Reinaldo Chacon Evelyn de Leon Daniel Moreno Yanet Devis Adriana Carrera Texturing Eduardo Roa Evelyn de Leon Reinaldo Chacon Scene setup, Ilumination & Render Eduardo Roa Background Matte Painting Arquimedes Gonzales
  14. Studio/Institution: creative abbasi Client: just for traning Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds Max, mental ray, Photoshop Website: http://www.cgexpanse.com/phpBB2/folios.php?f=120&i=867&p=1 Description: Blue Col Day light Interior
  15. these finished artworks are produced by Shenzhen City He Chang Digital Technology Co.,Ltd. please dont hesitate to see our artworks.and your C&C are most welcome!
  16. hi guys..! long time no post here i want to share new images from our local 3D Viz forum, 1st rendering challenge at http://www.idvnetworks.org credits to Erfin Infitar for the house model, and Misal for black and white photography that i use for this scene. please give me your comments cheers..!
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