|04 April 2007||#32|
Join Date: Apr 2005
Sorry for my late reply but i've just arrived from a trip....
Fisrt, THNX very very much to all of you for these wonderful comments!
There are eight different kind of geometry for the book packs, twelve different materials for each of them and a lot of patience
It took about 5-6h hours to render each pic...
Thanks again, folks.
Online Portfolio: http://thirdseventh.cgsociety.org/gallery/
|04 April 2007||#33|
Freelance Enviroment Artist
Available for contract work
damn, almost missed this! LOVELY. very nice and clean, cool lighting, excellent materials and atmosphere.
5 stars from me
Henning R. Horstmann Freelance Environment Artist
- available for contract work -
|04 April 2007||#34|
Join Date: Jun 2003
Wow ! Wow ! Wow !
I am a huge lighting fan and your images are fantastic ! Great mood, great colour, great composition. My only crit would be the book on the left in the second to last image of the ones you posted. It seems to have its back texture map flipped in H and V. But apart from that AWESOME work and perfect compositing !!! It is really inspiring and I think you really caught the spirit of the architecture.
Is it maybe possible that you tell us a little bit of the work you do in post ? Did you use a lot of layers and do manual re-work or did the renders pretty much come out of 3d as they are in the end ? Also, many people seem to offset their colour channels to get this real-world photographic look. Did you apply this technique for your images, too ? They look soooooo real.
Please enlighten us ! :-)
Thanks alot !
Edit: Oh and I forgot to ask. Is the DOF 3D or done in compositing ?
|05 May 2007||#41|
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Join Date: Apr 2007
Great work. The space feels really awkward (especially in the first image), but it really draws the viewer into the picture.
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