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  08 August 2006
A Mountainside Home, Anthony Hartwell (3D)



Title: A Mountainside Home
Name: Anthony Hartwell
Country: United Kingdom
Software: 3ds max

Designed by my 11 year old daughter, And modeled by me.
There is a complete house situated on a mountain side,i will upload more as i complete it.
Rendered with Vray modeled in Max 8.
Comments welcome,
Would love some more ideas etc.,

Thanks for looking.
 
  08 August 2006
i like the lighting ... but the shelves is too thin to hold anything and it would look better if its the same color as the mirror frame and the cushions and u can put a painting on the far end it looks empty

Last edited by HOZZ : 08 August 2006 at 06:52 AM.
 
  08 August 2006
room ideas and comments

yep your right!,,will be working on it this weekend,
hope to give you an update soon,.

Thanks for the advice.
 
  08 August 2006
I like the lighting but the sofas and shelves are way off from scale, the model needs a bit amount of work and maybe a painting in the wall to the right, it looks a bit empty compared to the other, makes the composition go way to heavy to the left.

As far as the textures go they are great, how did you do the cushions texture? is it a bitmap or some sort of fresnel/noise? I have been trying to do something like that but yours is really great so if you could share some parameters I would appreciate a lot.

Also the foot stool looks great, did you use hair or vray fur for that?
 
  09 September 2006
mountain house

in awnser to the question how did i do the cushions and fur on foot stool,
they are all done with vray displacement modifier,.
and used a grayscale image of some grass to get the fur to stand out.

thanks for the comments i am working on it as we speak!.,

post new one soon.
thanks again..

lokey
 
  09 September 2006
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