|11 November 2005||#49|
London, United Kingdom
Wow, as always, Zuliban!
Isn't the carpet a little too small? Fantastic materials. modeling and lighting, though!
Which do you like better, Vray or Maxwell (since you do fantastic stuff with both)?
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|11 November 2005||#52|
Obsessed with monsters!portfolio
Big Fat Alien
Very nice modeling and lighting and design. That render is freakin massive! I have a couple questions:
1. What resolution is that, and how long did it take to render?
2. Can we have it? I would like to pan through that thing in photoshop...
Game Developer / Programmer / Rigger
|11 November 2005||#53|
hi all im happy im at the frontpage!
kiaran- resolution was 1200x900 rendertime 14hrs whit dual xeon 3,4 2gb ram
sure you can photshop it:P
ter-o- ill upload in my web soon all the images
DrFx-i like both but maxwell a little more for the ones that wants realism vray is great too but for me is better for artisic scenes
here are some meshes of it ill post the links sicne they use bandwhit
Last edited by zuliban : 11 November 2005 at 08:14 PM.
|11 November 2005||#56|
Lord of the postsportfolio
That's not a render, I saw it in magazine for better homes or something. Matter of fact, I saw the house. Yeah...Naw, I was even there when they took the photo! I still got one of the apples!!!
If that's a not real, that's just plain ass astounding.
Beautiful Design on the chair and their spacial relations with the other items of the same metal.
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