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  1. Hi, does anyone know which are the Standard Output DIMENSIONS or SIZE to deliver the most frequent type of Renderings to the client? Myself i work like this: Exterior Images: 3,500 pixels wide Interior Images: 2,500 pixels wide Billboard Images: 10,000 pixels wide (This has an extra charge for the job) Most of the time i deliver the final images in a .JPG format to the client. Less often i deliver as .TIFF is they need an alpha channel...
  2. For anyone who interested you can now subscribe r/renderings
  3. Studio/Institution: 3D Studio Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3dsMax, Photoshop Website: http://www.camerazece.com Description: Hello there, hope you like our renderings, if you need to tell us something about them please do that , it will help us evolve. all CG Architects have a wonderfull new year! [ATTACH]46401[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]46402[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]46403[/ATTACH] [ATTACH]46404[/ATTACH] more @ http://www.camerazece.com
  4. Studio/Institution: 3D ArchVis Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3dsmax and vray Description: Hello Everyone, Been a long time I did post anything. So here are a couple of renderings we completed recently. Hope you like the renderings
  5. Studio/Institution: 3D ArchVis Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds max and Vray Website: http://www.3DArchVis.com Description: Hello Everyone, Long time I posted here. Couple of loft interior renderings I did some time back. There are some issues with the subdivs. And the bg could have been better. All crits and comments welcome.
  6. Studio/Institution: Splat Productions Client: Peruto Real Estate Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3D Studio Max 2010, VRay SP 1.5, Adobe CS3 Website: http://splatworld.tv Description: These are interior and exterior renderings we did for apartment renovations in Philadelphia, PA.
  7. Studio/Institution: 90-Grados Client: Particular Genre: Other Software: 3dmax, Vray, Photoshop Website: http://www.90-grados.com Description: Hello, I share with you the rendering of a building project. Welcome any comments. Thanks.
  8. Studio/Institution: 3D ArchVis Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3DS MAX and Vray Website: http://www.3darchvis.com Description: Hello, Trying a different lighting approach rather than the normal one. I wanted to give it a try for a long long time. But it's recently that I started to work on it. Lit with the help of vray dome and a high resolution panoramic jpg. For the day version I have used a Vray sun. All crits and comments welcome.
  9. Studio/Institution: EyeRender Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3DS Max 2009, Vray, Photoshop CS4 Website: http://www.eyerender.com.au Description: An old Interior, my design, modeling, textured and rendered with Vray
  10. Studio/Institution: 3D ArchVis Client: Internal Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3DS MAX and Vray Website: http://www.3darchvis.com Description: Hello, This started a long time back. Recently, got time to complete it. Around 3 hours per day - 4 days work. Render took around 40 minutes or so at 2000 resolution. It finally was worked out as a internal project. Giving me a little chance to change a few things. The curtain was made with the help a great tut - http://www.evermotion.org/tutorials/show/7900/making-interior-scene. Here are more renders. Hope you all like them.
  11. Studio/Institution: 90-Grados Client: Particular Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3DMAX, VRAY, PHOTOSHOP Website: http://www.90-grados.com Description: New rendering of the project "House in Vicuña Mackena".
  12. I've asked the higher-ups a few times about posting renderings on websites like CG Architect. I explained that the company name would be included and aside from possibly improving my abilities through constructive criticism, it would also be free advertising. I never get a response. Do I need approval to post my renderings online? Is it something I need to look for in my employment contract? Or is it just not allowed unless I get approval?
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