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General Category => Gallery => Topic started by: David Males on 2017-03-17, 14:43:58

Title: That inconsistent brutalistic feel..
Post by: David Males on 2017-03-17, 14:43:58
Hey guys,

After some time I decided to share one of my personal projetcts..  This shot is the first one from my personal case study of unconventional family house, mixing modernistic and brutalistic elements and natural materials, which goes hand in hand with wild power of local flora.. And low bright evening sun just strenghten the whole atmopshere..

Software : 3dsmax, Corona renderer, Photoshop

final render:

(http://i.imgur.com/eBnYYh3.jpg)

light-setup:

(http://i.imgur.com/lJ6SVUj.jpg)

closeups:

(http://i.imgur.com/0deK4Gr.jpg)
(http://i.imgur.com/cPaBhc3.jpg)


If you have anything on your mind I will he glad to find it in comment section
More pictures from this project will be coming..

If you like my work you can follow me either on behance: https://www.behance.net/davaid
or fb: https://www.facebook.com/DAVAID.Archviz

Thank you and have a nice day!)
Title: Re: That inconsistent brutalistic feeling ..
Post by: Juraj on 2017-03-17, 17:31:12
That's a kickass ivy :- ) !

(do you use sharpening ? Seems little excessive)
Title: Re: That inconsistent brutalistic feeling ..
Post by: David Males on 2017-03-17, 18:55:56
That's a kickass ivy :- ) !

(do you use sharpening ? Seems little excessive)

Hey Juraj, Thanks for the comment! Like usual it has that "higher value" feel coming from you. ;)
The ivy is generated with growivy plugin, using actually your model of foliage shader as its base.
 
Yes I think I overdid it with a shapening a bit as well (I think I always actually overdo postpro and mostly go back and redo it), but this time it worked for me overally .. But yeah I might take ur point and try it with a bit gentle one. The "fault" may also be with clarity in camera raw filter..