Shiba Ryotaro Memorial Museum, Alex Roman (3D)

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Old 04 April 2007   #16
i'm sure ps helped a lot for the finishing touches. the images and the space are really awesome. congrats!
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Old 04 April 2007   #17
great work mate : wonderful lighting and looks a very polished and professional work.

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Old 04 April 2007   #18
This is beautiful .. both idea/concept, detailed modelling, camera and amazing ligth/texture work!
Old 04 April 2007   #19
Thumbs up

Really good architecture design, lighning, shading and rendering!!!
Take my five stars!
Old 04 April 2007   #20
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Old 04 April 2007   #21
Good Job my freind,
Ok I understand all the other stuff, but did you make all these books one by one?! I mean I can't even make a small bookcase without copy+paste .
Old 04 April 2007   #22
insane details and modeling, awsumness
Old 04 April 2007   #23
Very inpressive work, but my only crit is the books (all are perfectly sorted, you can try to put more disorder to make the image more real), anyway great work.
Old 04 April 2007   #24
how many different sets of books did you end up with?

wonderful work, well done.
Old 04 April 2007   #25
What did you render those images on?, and how long did it take?

Great, original work, with stunning lighting
Old 04 April 2007   #26
awesome work with the materials & lighting
Old 04 April 2007   #27
Thumbs up

Its a killer render...i Love love love the wood & the overall feeling is awsome.

it gives completely the sense of Tadao ando's architecture......

Keep Rocking!
Old 04 April 2007   #28
Really nice rendering.
Great job.

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Old 04 April 2007   #29
Fantastic work, I love this one. The best amazing imagination on architecture. No one has touch my soul with it before.
Old 04 April 2007   #30
Yes, I agree with everyone else. Great job. It must have been hell getting all those books mapped. Love it.
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