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  1. Hello! I'm new to the site, in awe of all the great work here! Not sure if I'm posting this in the right place... I'm currently studying Computer Animation at university and looking into arch-vis for my final year project, specifically focusing on interiors. For my primary research I need some industry insight about the workflow and techniques used. If any of you talented individuals have a few minutes, it would be greatly appreciated if you could please answer the following questions. 1) How long have you worked in the industry and for which company (if any)? 2) What is the fundamental purpose of Arch-Vis? 3) What is the current state of the Arch-Vis Industry? What are its strengths and/or weaknesses? 4) Where is the industry headed? 5) What do you look for in a potential employee? 6) What is your standard pipeline for producing a visualisation? 7) In your opinion, what is the most important part of the process (e.g. concept, colour, lighting)? 8) What are the key elements of a good render? 9) What makes a good composition in a render? 10) Do you use any premade models (furniture etc.) from a library, or create your own from scratch? 11) What is your preferred 3D software/renderer and why? 12) What post production techniques do you employ? 13) Would you consider looking over some of my work and giving constructive feedback? 14) Are there any extra points of advice you would like to share? Thanks in advance!
  2. Hi everybody! This is a bit complicated. So I want to study in Budapest, Hungary but now I live abroad. This is my dream, to study architecture, interior design and visualization there (i will study all 3 things). The problem is I have to pay for it, the goverment decided that they wont help student so we have to pay for it. It costs around $3000 per year. (it's very much money in my area). Do you think I can find sponsors, or would you help me in any way so I can study there? I sent emails to some companies but havent got any answers yet. I would work there so I can pay for it but for the first year i really need help. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. Studio/Institution: personal work Client: N/A Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3DS Max 2011 Design - Mental Ray Description: Here's a living room that I've seen in a photograph... will post a scan of that soon. I'm at a point where I need to work on details and populate the space with furniture, but got side-tracked by lighting methods before I could finish modeling. I noticed that the interior looked better when no sky portals and MR sun / MR sky was used for lighting. As soon as I placed sky portals on my window openings, I had harsh unrealistic shadows and an overly blue tone filled the room. I realized that I can mount images to the portals and use warm filters to get rid of the blue light, but tried that and the solution was still less accurate than without sky portals. I also tried adding portals, but turned down their multiplier so they would have less contribution, but the quality of he lighting was still not as good as without sky portals. The down side to this method is that the fg solution is typically much blotchier (as you can see in the render). Does anyone have a really accurate/unconventional method for rendering interiors in MR? [ATTACH=CONFIG]44511[/ATTACH]
  4. Hi there, I'm currently studying and I'm about 3/4 of my way through my course and it is torture. I can't stand construction but I love 3ds max and revit. I know if you can use these programs there is plenty of work out there. I know a few people have dropped the construction subjects in the past and focused on the presentation side and are doing quite well. But every teacher I speak to says "no no finish the course" but of course no teacher is going to encourage me to drop any subjects. My max and revit progression is suffering big time from the extra work load. 8 subjects a semester is way too much. I do plan to do the VGC course next year which is a Vocational Graduate Certificate in Digital Architectural Illustration which is of course focused on presentation and modeling. So I don't need the diploma to get into the VGC just the Cert IV which I have. I'd love to hear from some people who know about the industry in Australia. Thank you.
  5. I have been asked by a client to quote for producing images for assessing light pollution from a proposed development we are working on. I have asked for a more detailed brief from them on what exactly is required, but in the meantime does anyone have any experience of this and the type of imagery typically produced for such a thing? I'd be grateful for any links you could provide to similar studies to give me a heads up. Thanks.
  6. Lounge / Study - 2009 Design, Mental Ray This is the room opposite the Master Bedroom from my last WIP. Mental Ray, ProDesign Materials where possible, AO pass comp'd in with Photoshopped, Daylight System. No secondary lighting as it's a small room with big windows. My favourite things about this scene (but I'm biased): * you can see 'beyond' the room, as if it were in a real house * the sunlight falling on the arm of the chair C&C welcomed. (The book jacket is not unwrapped right - sigh) If this room passes mustard, the Kitchen is next.
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