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waz
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2 kitchen

Post by waz » Sun Apr 11, 2010 9:48 pm

Hi guys.
The last 2 works. The first is with hdri while the second is with sun light. More or less 30 hours of cooking for each render. Post-pro in gimp (adjusting levels and saturation).
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Pibuz
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Re: 2 kitchen

Post by Pibuz » Tue Apr 13, 2010 6:24 am

Waz, they're both wonderful (even if already seen and commented in the indigo-italia site :wink: :lol: )
I don't really understand why noone commented on these yet: the technique is veeeery good, and the load of details should easily lead to a massive request for explainations about materials, camera settings, and all of the other stuff..

I'm impressed, btw. Only crit about the red/white kitchen would be that maybe you could have cropped a little part of the table, making the image a little more horizontal. Nothing more that that, sorry :mrgreen:

About both images, I make two considerations; first one would be: why don't you start adding some backgrounds to your renders? I know that you rendered with nothing outside OR using an emitter at the windows, but why don't you add some backgrounds in postproduction? I think it would add that little something that now is missing.

Second thing: you know wath could take your images definitely to a higher level? Adding some sort of frame and/or a signature. The proof of the pudding 8)

JotaSolano
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Re: 2 kitchen

Post by JotaSolano » Tue Apr 13, 2010 2:02 pm

Excelent!... what program did you use to model these?

waz
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Re: 2 kitchen

Post by waz » Tue Apr 13, 2010 8:11 pm

Thanks Pibuz.
I'll try to add backgrounds in post-pro
JotaSolano wrote:Excelent!... what program did you use to model these?
Thanks.
I use blender but almost all furnitures are taken from the web.

waz

JotaSolano
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Re: 2 kitchen

Post by JotaSolano » Thu Apr 15, 2010 2:56 pm

waz wrote:Thanks Pibuz.
I'll try to add backgrounds in post-pro
JotaSolano wrote:Excelent!... what program did you use to model these?
Thanks.
I use blender but almost all furnitures are taken from the web.

waz

Excellent !... what do you mean by "taken from the web" ?... as in, free-to-use .obj/.blend? or something like... pre-existent designs?

waz
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Re: 2 kitchen

Post by waz » Sat Apr 17, 2010 3:48 am

JotaSolano wrote:
waz wrote:Thanks Pibuz.
I'll try to add backgrounds in post-pro
JotaSolano wrote:Excelent!... what program did you use to model these?
Thanks.
I use blender but almost all furnitures are taken from the web.

waz

Excellent !... what do you mean by "taken from the web" ?... as in, free-to-use .obj/.blend? or something like... pre-existent designs?
Thanks!
The architecture and kitchen furnitures are modeled by me with blender, while the equipment are downloaded from sites like flyingarchitecture, loadproject, archive3d, ....

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Re: 2 kitchen

Post by JotaSolano » Sat Apr 17, 2010 7:14 am

ok... now i get it... thanks

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