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    Dune st.A - UPDATE - tutorials added

    Hi everyone.

    I'd like to share with you a set of images made for a final version of a seaside apartment building designed by Mellon Architekci.

    Please bear in mind that those images were made "in house" as I worked on them in the architectural studio during the design process. So they both served as a tool for checking out all design features and now they are a part of marketing campaign.

    It took the office almost five years of MANY different designs to finally begin building the one you can see here

    During this procees I made numerous views- 30 of them for the final version.

    Based on an Archicad model, most of them took from half a working day to two days to finish.

    Done in 3dmax, vray and a lot of Photoshop

    Looking forward to hearing your opinions.


    PS. You can check out a couple of older versions in my previous posts:

    http://www.evermotion.org/vbulletin/...ad.php?t=77288

    http://www.evermotion.org/vbulletin/...ad.php?t=77336

    PS 2. I just added some videos. Check them out!

    http://www.vimeo.com/28141868
    http://www.vimeo.com/28142680

    PS 3. And another video- making of the seaside sunset view:

    http://www.vimeo.com/28295590
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    Last edited by jasam2; 2011-08-29 at 11:42 AM. Reason: video link added
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    #2

    nice work friend, i like the composition, camera angles and the format of the frames, maybe with more high setting could look better

    Saludos
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    #3

    This looks great. The people are really nicely intergrated into the images. Did you take the photos of the people yourself?
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    #4

    very nice..........
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    #5

    Hi,

    Thanks for your comments and for the front page

    Diode- I know, higher settings would give it a better look, but as I said- it was made during design process so it had to be both acurate and fast.
    Workflow was the same for all images- I had to make a fast rendering in max and then use as much time I could to build the climate in Photoshop.

    acand2 - Thank you. Some people where taken from Vyonyx site, some from google, using search words such as: seaside couple, beach people, etc.
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    #6

    Very nice work. And I too think the way you integrated your entourage is amazing. Best photo integration I've seen in a long time.
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    #7

    Bertrandb- thank you for your kind words. I humbly bow in your direction in front of my computer now
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    #8

    very good atmosphere, relax ;]
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    #9

    very nice ! can you use rpc people ?
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Bertrandb
    Very nice work. And I too think the way you integrated your entourage is amazing. Best photo integration I've seen in a long time.
    I agree nice work dude!
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    #11

    amazing job
    i love the integration
    all the model was made in archicad?what models details did you put in max

    i work too in archicad and wanted to know where is you limit in archicad
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    #12

    Thank you for your compliments.

    pedroarq - Archicad was used to model the building, landscaping and some rough dune terrain using mesh tool. The terrain itself has been modelled again in more detail in max in visible parts when the views were accepted. All other elements, like furniture, curtains, pavement (using floor generator), vegetation, etc. has been added in 3dmax.

    In my opinion Archicad is a great tool for architects - you see your design in 3d all the time during design process. And if you spend time on the model it can be a good start for 3dmax. But if you want to do some close up views of the model or want to enhance it- there are some problems, for example with chamfering, extruding, etc.
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    #13

    this is the most realistic work i've ever seen here
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    #14

    gr8 work and nice atmosphere i just dont like the trees other its good. people also look gr8 .. keep it up
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    #15

    wow nice job, I like the night lighting congratulations
    for your great work ... Best Regards
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    #16

    Excelente trabajo! saludos
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    #17

    looks great, the entourage integration is very nice!
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    #18

    Amazing work !!

    Wish you the best
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    #19

    very nice...........
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    #20

    Great work looking really good
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