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dmn
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green house?

Post by dmn » Thu Mar 04, 2010 7:54 am

Hi guys,
Just finished up this set of renders. I hope this use of indigo doesn't make too many people cringe, but I had a limited amount of time and a puny rendering rig, and really I'm just amazed at the quality of stuff that you guys put out week after week. Indigo gives these perspectives a feeling somewhere between a pencil drawing on black paper and a grainy photograph, but there is definitely the feeling of real light. And I like that, and hope you like it too.
Well anyway, my project is for a competition to design an 'affordable' green US home. Aside from all the normal tenets that you probably know, I've decided to break the rules a bit and design a town home rather than a suburban home. Really isn't that more important, to live within walking distance of where you work, shop and socialize? To not ruin farmland and natural landscapes with more suburban sprawl, even if they can be called green individually? :mrgreen:

The competition is open to public vote, and right now we're in the top 20 out of 300! I can post a link to vote for us fellow indigo users if that's okay with Glare?

EDIT:
Okay. Here's the competition entry.
http://www.freegreen.com/whosnext/view/ ... spx?id=132

Don't feel obligated, but thanks for voting ;] You only need an e-mail to vote.
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Re: green house?

Post by OnoSendai » Thu Mar 04, 2010 10:45 am

Wow, very effective rendering style!

"The competition is open to public vote, and right now we're in the top 20 out of 300! I can post a link to vote for us fellow indigo users if that's okay with Glare?"

Go for it!

dmn
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Re: green house?

Post by dmn » Tue Mar 09, 2010 4:30 pm

Hey, been getting a lot of compliments on renderings and someone actually asked me what program I used to soften the images so I gave indigo a small plug! 8)

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Re: green house?

Post by hcpiter » Tue Mar 09, 2010 11:48 pm

Nice project but is too noisy I think.

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Re: green house?

Post by dmn » Wed Mar 10, 2010 10:30 am

yes, too noisy. I must work on that. plenty of time now and a nice big model to throw some detail into. Part of it I think is tweaking saturation and bump on certain materials. No excuses this time. :D

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Re: green house?

Post by PowerMax » Fri Jun 18, 2010 5:56 pm

DO you use skp? I thought these are made by skp and you photoshop it, right? If it is, I thought you may do not need to cover the line allover the pictures. Some of them may better if you "set them free~~" If you use some software else, what is it? By the way, you doing really wonderful job~~

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