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Old 01-19-2014, 01:50 AM   #16
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...i don't know Shadow

in shot 13 i can see the repeating pattern of the bricks as you look down the street, but in shot 12 i can't, i just see it 'fuzzing out' along with the reflection of the building at the end of the street... which i like...
so, while shot 12 looks like its raining with the sun shining at the same time, i kind of like it more...

hope this helps

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Old 01-19-2014, 10:57 AM   #17
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...i don't know Shadow

in shot 13 i can see the repeating pattern of the bricks as you look down the street, but in shot 12 i can't, i just see it 'fuzzing out' along with the reflection of the building at the end of the street... which i like...
so, while shot 12 looks like its raining with the sun shining at the same time, i kind of like it more...

hope this helps

Cheers!
- Bergquist


You might be right, but in earlier posts the road itself appeared too bright to me, because of reflection map and it was supposed to be dark (according to the diffuse texture) but I agree with repeating pattern of street, I just didnt think its so visible from this view :P
General idea was to make it look like its shortly after the rain - no raindrops, just wet street and if you take a look at the sky when rain stops its not clear yet. The sky you see in post 12 comes from HDRI map, I meant to replace it in PS for something like in post 13, which was "default" idea...
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Old 01-19-2014, 09:10 PM   #18
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The reproduction pattern of the stone in the axis of the street ?
It could represent paths marks that cars produce, but right in the middle of the street is a bit not realistic and a bit to much even.
It was less present on the image before, without the car.
Anyway, the impression is great !
 
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The reproduction pattern of the stone in the axis of the street ?
It could represent paths marks that cars produce, but right in the middle of the street is a bit not realistic and a bit to much even.
It was less present on the image before, without the car.
Anyway, the impression is great !


yep, that darkened "pattern" are tyre marks, they are made in both ways of the street and one upright from the garage... and thanks
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Old 01-19-2014, 09:38 PM   #20
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here is the explanation - maybe he saw only those in the middle, but acually one belongs to one way and one to another, here, take a look, you will understand better

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