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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. First time using Photoshop for post Modelled on SketchUp and rendered in vray. Trying to create house in woods effects. Very open to feedback
  3. I recently finished an interactive realtime personal project of mine based on a real life apartment that leverages UE4 , i would really appreciate your opinion to further improve my skills here is the link :
  4. Hey i've recently created an arcvhiz project using UE4 game engine and i finally finished the video, i would love if you could give me feedback in what things i should improve or any general tips
  5. hello all. I am the developer of newt. newt is a a web-based visualization tool for arch-VIZ. www.ottoandnewt.com It is made for artists. No programming required. No plugins required to run. Runs on phones, tablets, PC's. Very easy to use. You can try out the developer preview today at the website. Here is a short video of newt in action. https://youtu.be/eR729X9nbKE We are looking for user feedback from the archViz community. Let us know : - if you would like us to newt-ify your visualization project. - or if you'd like to try out newt yourself. thanks and regards, -t
  6. hello all. I would like to share with you our new web-based visualization tool for arch-VIZ. We call it newt. www.ottoandnewt.com It is made for artists. No programming required. No plugins required to run. Runs on phones, tablets, PC's. Very easy to use. You can try out the developer preview today at the website. Here is a short video of newt in action. https://youtu.be/eR729X9nbKE We are looking for user feedback from the archViz community. Let us know : - if you would like us to newt-ify your visualization project. - or if you'd like to try out newt yourself. thanks and regards, -t
  7. Or it would be better to continue in English Hi guys, I´m representing a small architectural visualization firm from Germany. kaiserbold is a label in the field of 3D visualization and architecture. Our aim ist to create photorealistic images that can reach exactly the same aesthetic, elegance and beauty, like traditional photography earlier. To find out more about out work, please visit our Behance page or follow us on Facebook for more info. https://www.behance.net/kaiserbold https://www.facebook.com/kaiserbold/
  8. Studio/Institution: Pikcells Client: Kronospan Genre: Office Interior Software: Max, VRay, After Effects, Pshop Website: http://pikcells.com/ Description: Hi Everyone, We recently completed a set of images to help promote a new wood panel collection. Our client wanted to make a statement about their innovations when developing new products. This called for some cutting edge unique looking imagery which push the boundaries of modern furniture design. We designed everything from the ground up. We created all the main furniture and sets from scratch, developing them around the 5 trends of Linear, Classic, Coastal, Vintage and Rough Sawn which were laid out by our client. Each one represented the various new finishes of their "Fresh 2" collection. This project really highlights what we can do with an open brief and our ability to design as well as visualise. The team really worked hard to pull this off and keep pushing the designs to make something special and we are all well chuffed with the result. See the full collection on our website http://pikcells.com/ RB
  9. Studio/Institution: 3D Creation Of Realities Client: Evritika Kelaria Genre: Commercial Interior Software: 3D Studio MAx 9 SP2, Vray 1.5, Photoshop Website: http://www.3dcor.gr Description: This is a snap shot from my new animated photorealistic TV commercial about traditional Greek drink “Tsipouro and Ouzo”. The main concept was to portray the atmosphere of an old traditional Greek tavern, the warmth and the textures that were around in that period of time. Olives in the table, an amber rosary, backgammon, an old wagon wheel hanged in the wall, sacks of anise and the traditional copper distiller for the production of the traditional Tsipouro. I hope you like it too. Software used for the animation: 3D Studio Max 9, Vray 1.5, eyeon Fusion, Avid. you can see the TV commercial at Any comments are welcome. Thank you all for your time Karampalasis Savvas
  10. Studio/Institution: Personal project. Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3DS Max, Vray, Photoshop Website: http://ragazzaccio.evermotion.org/ Description: I was inspired to create this scene after seeing a render called "Bedroom White and Wood" by Ramon Zancanaro. In his scene, he used the colors of white and wood to compliment each other in order to create a simple, but beautiful scene. My goal was to see how far I could take this style just by the use of simple colors. I then used the water and plants to add accent colors to add to the room. -Special thanks to Ramon Zancanaro for his inspiration.
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