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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. Studio/Institution: Personal Work Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds Max 2013, Forest pack pro, photoshop Description: So all, My latest and greatest. Using Mental Ray Sun and Sky system. The place is in the Texas Hill country; vegetation is usually short and scrubby than what many of you are accustomed to. This is almost a raw render, just put the sky in and made a little blur. Before I make the big one, any comments? Additions? Composition? The gravel/stone drive to the right is washed out, I was planning on making two renders with different exposures and blending them in photoshop to get the balance right...
  3. Studio/Institution: At Etude Genre: Residential Exterior Software: Sketchup, Vray, Photoshop Description: Hello everyone. I'm new here so hopefully I'm in the right forum for this kind of questions. Here is one of my latest renders. From what I can tell there is definitely something wrong with it but after staring at it for days I can no longer tell good from bad and I'm giving up on it. Client is happy, I'm getting paid for this render but I just can't let it go. I would appreciate any comments and suggestions. Cheers.
  4. Studio/Institution: Droom3D - Amsterdam Genre: Residential Interior Software: Modo401 Website: http://www.droom3d.nl Description: Hi Everyone, This is my current work in progress, a beautiful new development in the heart of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. I am showing only the bedroom for now, to be followed by the rest of the appartment at a later date. I am open to suggestions for improvement. Best regards, Mac van Ketwich
  5. Studio/Institution: 3D Visualisation ltd Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3dsmax, Vray, PS Website: http://www.3dvisualisationltd.co.uk Description: This is a still from a Sun study provided as part of a package which also included a 4 minute animation and 15+ stills.
  6. Studio/Institution: BVH Architects Genre: Residential Exterior Software: Revit + 3D Max (MR) + Photoshop Website: http://www.bvh.com Description: Hello all - a quick study to show the client how a particular corner of the building will glow at night, accentuating the red wall within. This was about a day and a half of work (with 2 other images). Always looking for ways to improve, so C+C most welcome! Thanks, Ryan
  7. Studio/Institution: 437 Arquitectura Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds max, Photoshop Website: http://http:/www.facebook.com/pages/437-Arquitectura/216373158398804 Description: This is the first house we get to design at the office so I wanted it to look as awesome as possible so any comments to improve the images are more than welcome .
  8. Studio/Institution: evilios Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds max, v-ray, PS Website: http://evilios.deviantart.com/gallery/ Description: This is a residential building in Tokyo design by Key Operation Inc. Made o improve my 3d skills. Hope you like it !
  9. Studio/Institution: Ibi Group/Daniel Arbour Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3dsMax with V-ray Description: A new building in Montreal. This was one of my favorite exterior shots to work on.
  10. Studio/Institution: RA Ltd Client: RA Ltd Genre: Residential Exterior Software: Max Vray PS Description: Residential Exterior for Housing Developer
  11. Studio/Institution: Carbocan Inc. Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3ds Max with V-ray Description: Rendered for a 6' 8" poster in a showroom. It took 35 hours to render.
  12. Studio/Institution: 437 Arquitectos Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds max, Photoshop, Description: Exterior render of a residential complex I did some time ago in school.
  13. Studio/Institution: Ibi Group/Daniel Arbour Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds Max, and V-ray Description: My first time using V-ray
  14. Studio/Institution: Leonard Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds Max, V-ray Description: For an architect's pitch to his client.
  15. Studio/Institution: Ibi Group/Daniel Arbour Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds Max, V-ray Description: $400 million condo project announced in March
  16. Studio/Institution: James Lawley Client: Personal Genre: Residential Exterior Software: Autodesk 3DS Max Design, V-ray 2.0, Adobe Photoshop CS5, Adobe Lightroom Website: http://www.jameslawley.co.uk Description: Personal visualisation project based on the Hampden Lane House by Robert Gurney Architect. Interpretation of the design and interior, plus all modelling/rendering/post by James Lawley. Rendered in V-ray 2.0 with post-production in Photoshop CS5 and a touch in Lightroom. [ATTACH=CONFIG]43442[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]43441[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]43439[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]43440[/ATTACH] More images coming soon!
  17. Studio/Institution: Freelance Client: Home Project Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3DSMax2011/Vray Website: http://paulshewan.com/ Description: Hi, this was my first architectural piece a few months ago, I recently went back to it, hoping to get some better results with HDR lighting in Vray and I'm really happy with the result. Massive thanks to http://www.hdrlabs.com/sibl/archive.html for putting up some lovely HDR images, these were a massive help in finding a suitable lighting source, especially for those of us trying to break into the industry who can't afford to buy these yet. I'm pretty happy with the image but I know some tidy post processing beyond my simple settings could take it up a few notches, any advice would be massively appreciated. Cheers.
  18. Studio/Institution: 3D arquitectura Client: CARZA Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3DS Max - V-Ray - Corel Photo-Paint Website: http://www.3darquitectura.com.mx Description: We did this image about a year ago, and i do some post recently. After some light testing we choose a morning mood with long and soft shadows, but we increase the contrast a little for a more dramatic sense. C&C are always welcome!! Greetings from Mexico!!
  19. Studio/Institution: Déantús Media Client: CDP Architects Genre: Residential Exterior Software: Autodesk Viz 2008, Vray Website: http://www.deantusmedia.com Description: [ATTACH=CONFIG]42922[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]42920[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]42921[/ATTACH] I wish that I could take personal credit for these, but I cannot, a member of my team created these wonderful images of a 2 house proposed development overlooking Dublin Bay, Ireland.
  20. Studio/Institution: Adeo Design Client: / Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds Max 2011, vray 2.0, photoshop Website: http://www.adeo.si Description: New exterior renders of a residential house, comments and critiques will be appreciated. [ATTACH=CONFIG]42777[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]42776[/ATTACH]
  21. Studio/Institution: Pure3d Visualizations | digital essences Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds max, Photoshop, Leadwerks Engine Website: http://www.pure3d.de Description: I'm happy to unveil the latest project Pure3d had in the works for the past weeks. We did a real-time visualization for a french architecture client. Our task was to deliver a solid interactive visualization which shows the final real estate look near the french town of "Warmeriville". Some elements needed to be directly shown like cyclling paths, little parc elements and of course the 80+ land sections. We did the source content for a movie and some pictures for print. Workflow differs from game-development using a game-engine for Viz. You work a lot more in the modelling application and export larger chunks of prepared models. Things like modular design can't be applied in most cases because you are bound to the CAD floorplans which need to be rebuild accurate. Pic: http://pure3d.de/gfx/echtzeit/warmeriville_web/parcarea_big.jpg Polycount and other "rules" for game-development don't need to be taken into account in some cases. This speeds up modeling but if a client demands an interactive visualization to pass it further to his clients you need to optimize the scenes like doing a game-level. Most times you have even to optimize more because architects are usually no gamers with high-end graphics software. In this case a movie and print-ready screenshots were the main task. Rendering was a blaze. With a source material of 4000px x 3000px per frame the whole movie rendered around 30 minutes and was re-scaled later to 1080p. CG renderers can't compete here in speed. The whole pre-viz stage was skipped because of the speed advantages too. If something was wrong with the fly-through, we just adjusted it in real-time. A partner did the final movie and sound. So what's the bottom line? The quality of the real-time solution relies heavy on the clients need and budget. Does he want to just sell land like in this case, or does he present large scale projects in the best possible graphical way? For complex requirements we have a lot more to offer with Leadwerks Engine. Walking and talking 3d people, driving cars (even the viewer can drive them), flying animals, more polies, fast movie rendering and a prooved production pipeline coming from game-development on up to 16 square kilometers terrains. So stay tuned for additional projects coming in a few months from our arch-viz department. Not to forget: Costs are around 60% lower using real-time. So we reach clients who would like animations for their projects but don't want to pay $ 300+ per second film. Plus they always get the realtime project so they can do new material on their onw or show their clients an "game like" look of their project. Pic: http://pure3d.de/gfx/echtzeit/warmeriville_web/streetview_big.jpg Links: YouTube (The movie) Website: www.pure3d.de
  22. Studio/Institution: Vizualise Client: NDA Genre: Residential Exterior Software: Lightwave 3D Website: http://www.vizualise.biz/ Description: Hi, This is my first post here. Here is progress on my first Residential project. DaveLEWIS
  23. Studio/Institution: Roberts Limbrick LTD Genre: Residential Exterior Software: Sketchup, 3DS Max, Vray, Photoshop Website: http://www.robertslimbrick.com Description: Just something that was put together quite quickly, would've liked to have had another half a day to put it together and add more details such as furnishings internally and perhaps some more foreground interest - but you know how it is with timescales!
  24. Studio/Institution: Andre Studio Client: Mrs. Lanny, Jakarta Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3dsmax, vray, photoshop Website: http://www.andreakatsuki.carbonmade.com Description: Hi There~ This is my first post here I'm looking for your CnC to my renderings.... This is my recent project. Thanks. [ATTACH=CONFIG]39788[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]39789[/ATTACH]
  25. Studio/Institution: Adeo Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3ds Max, vray, photoshop Description: My last render, depicting one of those compact houses that they build in a week or so, whatchacalleminenglish???? Anyway, while i'm happy with the result and this is the final version I would nonetheless appreciate comments on how to improve the visualisation further!
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