London Street, Jure Zagoricnik (3D)

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  09 September 2004
Hey Jure...great stuff...Based on what I've seen you really know your way with textures and rendering...maybe you could make few tutorials about that ?

I'm a newbee myself...and willing to learn.

Photorealistic work you have...keep it up !
 
  09 September 2004
mmm, brazil? can you put your render settings of brazil?, i'm an user of it, and i have a problem... with only photon map solution the quality of render is no so good, and when i turn QMC, (bounces2), the time render increase desmesurary.
 
  10 October 2004
Impressive indeed, BUT ---- on a London street like that there'd be grafitti on the wall. That's why they got these crazy ASBOs now, AntiSocial Behaviour Orders, banning kids from use of the spray can. So just spray some on that pub wall there, will look even better. I think 'ska' is the most popular term used by the grafitti artists, if that helps.... Pozdravljen Slovenc, imas cool site!
 
  10 October 2004
Looks so real... Great!
 
  10 October 2004
i have seen an identical image to that as a sample for Rhinoceros, a non animated 3d modelling program.
i dare say you have either copied the image directly or from the same photo.
i saw the image more than a year ago....when did you make this?
 
  10 October 2004
Bahahahaha... how do you explain my WIP then you <beep>?

http://www.crystalmadness.com/wip14.php

And please be so kind to post this shot I allegedly copied.
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  10 October 2004
Tomulus: thats a VERY big accusation your making..... dont make these types of accusations, they are not meant to be taken lightly.

I know for a fact its 100% original work.

So chill out and say your sorry.
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  10 October 2004
my dearest apologies.
however, it was this identical image that i have seen before, in a university lecture. it was being used to demonstrate different lighting effects. This is without a doubt.
i do not recall if my lecturer had claimed it to be his own work or not.
your WIP definately proves it is your image, i am sorry for any hindrance i have caused your reputation.
i will however take this up with my lecturer and seek any explanation he may have.
 
  10 October 2004
Originally Posted by Tomulus: i have seen an identical image to that as a sample for Rhinoceros, a non animated 3d modelling program.
i dare say you have either copied the image directly or from the same photo.
i saw the image more than a year ago....when did you make this?


it might be that you've seen this before as he posted it back when there was no gallery submission yet . . .

http://www.cgtalk.com/showthread.php?t=129486

as for your accusation, that's very harsh and unbelievable without some proper backup.

and I can seriously not believe that your 1st post is something like this.
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  11 November 2004
this is now my desktoop background
 
  02 February 2005
good work matey, nice piece!
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  03 March 2005
Nice render, agree about maybe dropping the saturation a touch.
 
  07 July 2005
Thumbs up

great picture,
only that IMO it could be a little less saturated if you wanted it to look like a cloudy day.its not that its way too much colorful, just slightly more grey
other than that it looks like a photography

bravo jure svaka cast majstore ;-))
 
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