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  1. Studio/Institution: freelance Genre: Residential Exterior Software: C4D, Photoshop Description: Rendered to show stucco replaced with board and batten. C&C welcome.
  2. Hi everybody, i was working on a illustration few days back and I found am not getting the very affect am looking for in a NPR stylized image. The process I t followed was, I took a front elevation render made in 3ds max, saved in alpha enabled tga and imported in photoshop and started painting over the image. Using few layers I came up with something not that bad but not that great either, So, i was to post here, what are the best method people use for making NPR style render. In my case, the base images are rendered using 3dsmax or sketchup and then the images put through various process under an image editing software like photshop. Even the backgroud are 2d images/composited images and painting etc with NPR styling. If there is something anyone can post, I will really appreciate, thanks in advance
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