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2017-10-28, 16:11:25
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JohnNinos

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mmm..those fabrics on clothes :- ). (And I see you still love cacti)

Very nice set !

Glad that you liked our fabrics, since i know you and Veronica are the biggest MD - fabric fans!
There is always space for a cacti even if the project isn't based on it ;) We appreciate your feedback! :D

2017-10-28, 18:52:08
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boston.george

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If I can afford, I would like to ask you something else!
For the velvet you used a shader mix with a color and a fallof as you often see online?
It looks really cool!

Thanks

2017-10-28, 21:21:26
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Nejc Kilar

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These are hands down superb. I can't stress it enough... The art direction / style and CG prowess is just amazing :) Congrats!

2017-10-28, 22:56:19
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mmmm, thanks for the eye candy. Great set.
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2017-10-29, 13:11:03
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Nefeli Kallianou

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If I can afford, I would like to ask you something else!
For the velvet you used a shader mix with a color and a fallof as you often see online?
It looks really cool!

Thanks

Hi George , yes exactly we used a corona layered mtl with two variations of falloff in the diffuse, and a fabric folds map composed with a classic fabric bitmap on the bump slot. Actually is pretty close to the example below. btw thanks also by me!
https://corona-renderer.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=11766.0;attach=46269;image

2017-10-29, 13:17:23
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Nefeli Kallianou

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These are hands down superb. I can't stress it enough... The art direction / style and CG prowess is just amazing :) Congrats!

Many thanks for your possitive feedback, glad to hear that :D

2017-10-29, 13:22:18
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Nefeli Kallianou

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mmmm, thanks for the eye candy. Great set.

Glad you found it tasty, thank you!

2017-10-29, 17:16:12
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IsmaeL

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Superb images! Love the lighting and tone mapping, it has a very nice feel to it.
The Coco Rose wall looks great. I'm guessing it was done with displacement.

But what really caught my eye were the panels on the wall with the woven wicker.
Is it an opacity map together with displacement or was it modelled?
Falling in love with Corona

2017-10-29, 20:12:32
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boston.george

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If I can afford, I would like to ask you something else!
For the velvet you used a shader mix with a color and a fallof as you often see online?
It looks really cool!

Thanks

Hi George , yes exactly we used a corona layered mtl with two variations of falloff in the diffuse, and a fabric folds map composed with a classic fabric bitmap on the bump slot. Actually is pretty close to the example below. btw thanks also by me!
https://corona-renderer.com/forum/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=11766.0;attach=46269;image

Very nice, simple and effective :-) thanks so much!

2017-10-31, 17:43:53
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JohnNinos

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Superb images! Love the lighting and tone mapping, it has a very nice feel to it.
The Coco Rose wall looks great. I'm guessing it was done with displacement.

But what really caught my eye were the panels on the wall with the woven wicker.
Is it an opacity map together with displacement or was it modelled?


Thanks a lot man! :) Apologize for the late reply, yes the wall behind Coco Rose is with a displacement.
Regarding the woven panels they are made with a Thonet seat pattern on the diff/bump and opacity slots with reduced blur value to achieve sharpness.

2017-11-01, 15:55:23
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VizRepublic

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Fantastic set of Images. Great attention to detail and composition. Well done.

2017-11-02, 12:42:41
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Nefeli Kallianou

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Fantastic set of Images. Great attention to detail and composition. Well done.
Happy to hear that, many thanks for your possitive feedback :))

2017-11-07, 13:00:55
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The whole set is amazing, but those sweater materials look stunning. Very well done.

Simon

2017-11-07, 18:35:22
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No doubt the best  work we saw around here in last weeks.
will it exist a making of?

2017-11-07, 18:47:30
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serch

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+1 on the making of, the images are lovely.

No doubt the best  work we saw around here in last weeks.
will it exist a making of?