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    #1

    Bedrom White and wood

    Hello Friends!

    A few days ago my great friend Pixela has created a wonderful bedrom with multiple cameras. I was excited and inspired with the idea and decided I wanted to create a room as well.

    I searched for some photos to use as reference to create the scene. The challenge is to use most of the white elements and to maintain the contrast of the scene.

    - The images are in, little post-production, they left the max much like what you see.
    - All received a little noise to get a little more natural
    - The blanket was made with Vray Fur

    Please see the images in high resolution and visit my new online portfolio.

    http://zancanaro.com

    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto01.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto02.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto03.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto04.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto05.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto06.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto07.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto08.jpg


    Hope you enjoy
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  2. #2

    nice image man!

    I think some background would be nice. you could add a blue light in the night scene too.

    cheers!
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    #3

    Hello Rafael, okay?

    I think that this condition of light and color "burning" all items outside. Even so, many thanks.
    About night light.. humm.. cool =].. i will try in the next scene!!

    Thanks brother!
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    #4

    süperrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr rrrrrrrrrr
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    #5

    amazing stuff man !
    great colors !
    regards
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    #6

    Amazing renders!!!Very inspiring work!Congrats!
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    #7

    Great lighting and modelling! 5 Stars! Can you explain how you modelled the decorative elements of the mirror? And where do you get these books? You modelled them yourself? Greets!
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    #8

    awesome shots ... but i think floor tex. is a little blurry (Lo Res.?!) in some shots ... other than that amazing work
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    #9

    too bad you had to use the drunkard camera positions. the more traditional positions are much nicer.
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    #10

    Hello!!! tks people!

    - My texture is hi hes.. not stretch!.. Remember, im use dof....
    - I assembled the frame with some parts from other models ( i dont remember exactly)
    - dont like irregular cameras? hihi...

    tks for all!
  11. #11

    nice job dude......like the night shots
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    #12

    Zancanaro great job!!!!!!!! Need turtorial!!!!!
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    #13

    Great job!!!!!!! Super!!!!! Zancanaro you are the BEST OF THE BEST!!!!! NEED TURTORIAL!!!!!
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    #14

    Fantastic work.

    I really like the camera angle I must say. A couple of normal one wouldn't do bad either

    Great lighting. Hey can you share how did you make the bed.
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    #17

    friend this work is just great - love your materials,lights and camera angels!
    Bravo!
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    #18

    Very nice work!!!! Hope to see it in the next arcinterior
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    #19

    Very very nice. lovit! Very photo-like.
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    #20

    nice image love the fabrics and fur, well done
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