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  1. Studio/Institution: Architectural Nexus Genre: Commercial Exterior Software: 3DS Max - V-Ray - PS Description: I'm new, I've been rendering for about 6 months, and I wanted to get some advice and feedback from those in the industry. Feel free to nit-pick! I know there are some small detail items I missed, but this was a conceptual rendering of sorts, so I wasn't totally going for photo-realistic. Thoughts?
  2. Studio/Institution: Devenney Group Client: Sutter Health Genre: Institution Software: Revit, 3DS Max, VRay, Photoshop Website: http://www.devenneygroup.com Description: This patient care pavilion was designed as part of a larger health care campus near downtown Oakland, California. The building sits atop a hill that over looks Oakland, the Bay, San Fansisco, and the Golden Gate Bridge beyond. Unfornunately THAT view can only be seen from inside the building or looking at the rear of the building. The building was created and modeled in Revit, with the interior and exterior lighting, site, and landscaping, created in 3DS Max. The final effects were done in Photoshop. This particular project was also animated showing the entire campus, surrounding neighborhoods, city and the Bay. Unfortunately the animation was not polished to this level, but was still a lot of fun to work on. I hope one day to take it to the next level. Any comments are welcomed! Thank you.
  3. Studio/Institution: 3DIKON Client: BLA Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3dMax, Vray, Photoshop Website: http://www.3dikon.com Description: One of our latest Master Plan images for a new community project in China. Comments always welcome.
  4. Studio/Institution: redo [arquitectura+rendering] Client: TAG00 Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3dmax, vray, psd Website: http://redo.com.mx/ Description: any comment are welcome..! thanks
  5. Studio/Institution: Rayven Renderings Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3d Max/Vray Website: http://www.rayvenrenderings.com Description: A whole lotta leather.
  6. Studio/Institution: Rayven Renderings Genre: Residential Interior Software: 3d Max/Vray Website: http://www.rayvenrenderings.com Description: I went Bali crazy a few years back.
  7. Studio/Institution: Rayven Renderings Genre: Residential Exterior Software: 3d Max/Vray Website: http://www.rayvenrenderings.com Description: Dream shack. All CG-no photos.
  8. Hi all, This is an interior visualisation for a project called Mendelsohn, designed by AK2 architects and ispired by Erich Mendelsohn - an architect of the first half of the 20th century. Tools used are standard : Max, vray, photoshop. The animation is available at http://www.plus421.com Larger image link here. Comments and critiques most welcome. Thx.
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