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  1. Maybe this question has been both asked and answered already, but I could not find any threads pertaining to it. I've been tasked with creating a virtual map of a school campus and my employer originally was going to purchase a copy of Pencilsoft's Pencil+ shader for Max. (I had shown them several different render styles and they really liked the cell-shaded / hand drawn look). Well once my employer discovered all the hoops you had to jump through to purchase a pencil+ license they decided it was out of the question. My solution was to simply use ink'n'paint materials combined with radiosity. (giving a smooth NPR look to the whole campus) I was especially enamored by the z-distance ink map. However, radiosity for whatever reason refuses to render the outlines of the objects that have the ink'n'paint material applied. Is there a work around for this?
  2. Studio/Institution: BVH Architects Genre: Institution Software: Revit + Photoshop Website: http://www.bvh.com Description: This is part 2 of the Rangeland Arena depicting some exterior details + sections. Let me know what you think of the style! Thanks, Ryan
  3. Studio/Institution: freelance Genre: Residential Exterior Software: C4D, Photoshop Description: A colored pencil type of look. CC.
  4. Studio/Institution: AOC4 studio Client: Fasola Architects Genre: Residential Exterior Software: SketchUp,Photoshop Website: http://aoc4.blogspot.com/ Description: Hi to all, 2408 House is a NPR rendering for a Presentation with the help of Sketchup and Photoshop... allanx
  5. Studio/Institution: BVH Architects Genre: Institution Software: Revit + Photoshop Website: http://www.bvh.com Description: Collection of shots used for marketing + awards publication and submission. I was looking for a quick technique for getting a finished product utilizing rough Revit renders. All images rendered with post production applied in 1 day. C+C welcome! Thanks, Ryan
  6. Studio/Institution: freelance Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: AutoCAD/Revit/Photoshop Description: Paintovers. Thanks for checking it out. Comments and Crits.
  7. Studio/Institution: freelance Client: Southern Living Magazine Genre: Residential Exterior Software: C4D Description: Watercolor by Richard Chenoweth, over 3D model I built.
  8. Studio/Institution: personal Genre: Other Software: C4D, Photoshop Description: C&C welcome.
  9. Studio/Institution: freelance Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: Photoshop, C4D Description: Rendered in '09. C&C welcome.
  10. Studio/Institution: freelance Genre: Industrial Exterior Software: sketcup/photoshop Description: so my computer crashed in the middle of the job, forced to use sketchup to complete the gig...
  11. Studio/Institution: personal Genre: Other Software: sketchup, photoshop Description: Old model of a project that "died on the vine." The purpose of this structure was for fishing supplies, cleaning fish, and probably a refrigerator for beer. Looking to achieve a an image with a water feature. Any critiques would be appreciated.
  12. Studio/Institution: - Client: - Genre: Residential Exterior Software: max/ps Website: http://- Description: -
  13. Studio/Institution: freelance Genre: Other Software: Cinema 4D, Photoshop Description: The grout lines, battens, and roof seams were all drawn in photoshop. This is an older render from '08. Thanks for any critiques. -Peace
  14. Studio/Institution: CLewis Design+Viz Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: Sketchup, Max and Photoshop Description: Here are a couple of projects I've been working on to get some constructive feedback on how to keep improving my work. All were modeled in Sketchup and brought into Max to Render and finsihed in Photoshop. Thanks in advance for taking the time. Chris "Archytextural" Lewis CLewis Design+Viz
  15. I've been playing around with developing an action that will give a pencil sketch look to my renders and wanted to share the results. I think it looks a lot more realistic than the standard filters. Feel free to give it a try and see what you think.
  16. Hi all, this is my first post here! This is a Mediterranean style home modeled in sketchup and finished in Photoshop CS4. Hope you like it, would love some critiques!
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