Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House, Alessandro Prodan (3D)

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Old 04 April 2009   #1
Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House, Alessandro Prodan (3D)



Title: Mies van der Rohe Farnsworth House
Name: Alessandro Prodan
Country: Italy
Software: After Effects, Maya, mental ray

Here is my last personal work: Mies van der Rohe - Farnswort House

I started this reproduction to challenge my limits and my preconceptions, I spent several time studyng botany and techniques to represent it, light and composition.
I'm really happy to see it finished.

Rendered in maya using Mental Ray, all plants and vegetation are poly Paint Effects.

I hope you appreciate it.
Critics and Comment are welcome.

Best regards

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Old 04 April 2009   #2
great work

please how did you get your work posted on the gallery thanks
 
Old 04 April 2009   #3
Man...all this CG?

IF YES, one of the best works i ´ve ever seen in this gallery!

the vegetation is really amazing and impressive!!!

could you share the wireframes...and tell us a bit of how to get this realistic in this vegetation?

thanx
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Old 04 April 2009   #4
Wow

Is This CG !!

Awesome work man

i can't believe you did all that in paint effects

congratulations *****

By the way How much is your poly count ??
 
Old 04 April 2009   #5
This is incredible! How many render passes do you have for each image? I don't think Maya could survive if you render everything in one pass.
 
Old 04 April 2009   #6
OH MY! This is just, well um...perfect I think. Its most likely the most realistic environment piece I'v seen to date.

Now an animated fly through would just be heart stopping

5 stars
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Old 04 April 2009   #7
Super lighting work!! The grass oh my... you have to share your secret
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Old 04 April 2009   #8
Man, this is perfect...
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Old 04 April 2009   #9
This is very beautiful! If possible, I would also like to see some wires.
 
Old 04 April 2009   #10
woooow!!
amazing work..
how many poly have this scene??
 
Old 04 April 2009   #11
The background vegetation can't be possibly CG . If yes this would be the most photoreal piece i've ever seen. A wire view would be cool
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Old 04 April 2009   #12
All the images look like photos. Congratulation on such amazing work. 5 Stars for sure! Could you please share with us some of your techniques?
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Old 04 April 2009   #13
Fantastic work, I'm really impressed!
I've never seen CG vegetation this photorealistic before! 6 stars!
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Old 04 April 2009   #14
Thumbs up

This is really awesome, and should definitely be featured. This really pushes the limits of CG photo-realism. What really amazes me is that you were able to get a render like this out of mental ray. This looks better than a V-Ray render! I guess its the skill of the artist, not the tools that he uses. I would to hear a little about the lighting and rendering setup if possible. Great render, really inspiring.
 
Old 04 April 2009   #15
OMFG! That is just incredible. I know that house well, and you have it perfectly. Like everyone else I'm practically beside myself wondering how you got the vegetation so life-like. Please, a few hints at least!

BTW, I have some good friends from Lake Como. I would like to be there now myself.
 
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