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Cinema studio in factory

Post by Namiro » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:14 pm

Hi !

i'm coming back with an another WIP in Skindigo !
here is a little studio of cinema, improvised in a old factory...
All the texture haven't been pasted.. and the model will be improved too.
Note : all the elements ( beams, lights, windows, etc. ) are default sketchup elements... it was the purpose of this work.
re note : there is a post-prod in photoshop
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Post by Namiro » Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:17 pm

of course, yours suggestions are welcomed !!

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Post by CTZn » Wed Jan 28, 2009 3:01 am

Are they ?

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Post by Namiro » Wed Jan 28, 2009 8:42 pm

Hi,
CTZn : Sorry, i don't understand your post..

Here is a second render
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Re: Cinema studio in factory

Post by Pibuz » Wed Jan 28, 2009 8:51 pm

Namiro wrote: Note : all the elements ( beams, lights, windows, etc. ) are default sketchup elements... it was the purpose of this work.
Hi CTZn: I think Namiro meant "standard sketchup components" (the ones you find in the components folder by default, no 3d warehouse work :wink: )

Hi Namiro! Quite interesting work! And the Photoshop postpro really rocks! Where did you find the brick texture? I've always had some problems finding a good one.. :?

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Post by Namiro » Wed Jan 28, 2009 8:59 pm

Hi CTZn: I think Namiro meant "standard sketchup components" (the ones you find in the components folder by default, no 3d warehouse work Wink )
Yes Pibuz, you're right.
Hi Namiro! Quite interesting work! And the Photoshop postpro really rocks! Where did you find the brick texture? I've always had some problems finding a good one..
Thank you. The brick texture is in the default sketchup materials ! ( i have the version 6 )

Do you have another tips for this picture ?

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Post by Pibuz » Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:03 pm

Nein: i really think it is a good wip of yours! I just want to see what you'll lead this to.. :wink:

If you want to me picky, but just if you ASK me (:D), I'd say that it's very hard to find a so polished metal for the strucrures, in old factories' outfits :wink: . It usually is very dark, and sometimes even rusty, though in some parts it still conserves some reflective properties..
Maybe that is the part I'd work on more..

That's all!

...surprised? :D

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Post by Namiro » Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:09 pm

éhéh...
not surprised.. but agree !
i have made a test with rusty metal.. but, it was not nice..
maybe a touch in photoshop can made the metal more.... used by the time.

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Post by Pibuz » Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:13 pm

...BTW the new structure can be something they've added just to help sustaining the old roof slabs, for safety's sake :wink:
So it's something understandable, in my opinion..

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Post by Namiro » Wed Jan 28, 2009 9:18 pm

yes, and the link between the polished metal of the structure and of the cinema's elements is quite interesting.

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Post by WytRaven » Wed Jan 28, 2009 10:24 pm

I like the balance of this image.
:idea: "A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds..." - Emerson 1841

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Post by CTZn » Thu Jan 29, 2009 3:54 am

Namiro wrote:Hi,
CTZn : Sorry, i don't understand your post..
That's a chance, until now I had the impression you could not read them.

edit: ok i'm de-dramatizing on that topic now :/

edit 2: go on with this one, "eclair" inspired ?
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Post by Jambert » Thu Jan 29, 2009 5:46 am

Pibuz

For brick texture I suggest you arroway texture, not realy expensive and very usefull :wink:

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Post by Pibuz » Thu Jan 29, 2009 9:31 am

Thank you Jambert!
I always link others to arroway, BTW :wink:

I meant: FREE brick textures..

Thanks by the way for your kindness

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Post by qomop » Sun Feb 01, 2009 2:46 am

hi all
Here are my comments for your renders
i like the scene and the way you set the view
my only critic is about the metallic structure on the letf and right side, they look too shiny to me, almost like chrome? we can see the brick texture reflect in it? unless you chose it like that.
i like the white ambiance is well done : not blue, not green, not yellow, really white! I am impressed. really neutral!

i have a question : are the halo effects on the righ part of the image directly from indigo? due to aperture diffraction or something??

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