Author Topic: The Escalators  (Read 6003 times)


2016-02-17, 20:39:22
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pokoy

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Faaantastic and what a quality, wow!

2016-02-17, 21:28:11
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Juraj Talcik

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very cool subject and great execution :- )
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2016-02-17, 21:29:54
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2016-02-17, 22:16:58
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Great mood and an unusual idea. Can't find anything that I don't like.. Awesome!

2016-02-17, 22:19:17
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Thank you very much guys!
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2016-02-18, 00:38:49
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Great materials and look. I actually thought that poster was in a glass box full of water for a few seconds.

2016-02-18, 08:34:24
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Ondra

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If nobody's going to say it, then I'll say it: Well, that escalated quickly ;)
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2016-02-18, 09:13:30
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Ondra!!!!!! Whyyyyyyyyy.... I saw the Images and the first Thing that came trough my mind was: "well, that escalated quikly".

Thanks for stealing my stupid joke. Maybe i wwitch back to  v ray!

;)

Super cool light and materials btw. I like the Images a lot!

2016-02-18, 09:38:33
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OMG, that's some jaw-dropping mood and quality! Really nice set of images Poly - Love it so much! Never thought that looking at escalators could be so interesting :)
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2016-02-18, 10:21:27
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Top class visuals, but disapointingly lacks any kind of description... no comments.
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.

2016-02-18, 10:42:13
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Tanakov

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Excelent reflections, great mood and quality. This is some proffesional work here.
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2016-02-19, 17:37:59
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wow, would love to see the scene setup for this, its amazing
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2016-02-19, 19:49:15
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Beautiful work. Really love the materials in these and great attention to detail.

2018-02-09, 11:03:42
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Nice one !!!