Author Topic: Industrial Bathroom  (Read 1707 times)

2017-12-08, 23:06:13

Hadi

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Finally I managed to finish my first personal project done with Corona.
If you read the help section, you should know the challenges I had switching from VRay, but I'm quite pleased with the end result.
I'll definitely keep working with Corona.
Hope you guys like it.
Full resolution in the signature links.
« Last Edit: 2017-12-08, 23:10:47 by Hadi »

2017-12-08, 23:21:24
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LuckyFox

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Mike Kelly, where art meets architecture 2

2017-12-08, 23:24:56
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Hadi

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Yeah I credited him on the Behance account :)

2017-12-09, 01:46:34
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I'm critical of something that perplexes me also...mirrors on the 2nd surface
Retail Designer/ Illustrator  (for ever' 80's )
3DMax 2019/Corona Version: 3DB/ latest

2017-12-09, 16:15:34
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PROH

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Hi Hadi. Glad to see you got a nice and very pleasant result :) Well done.

Keep it up :)

2017-12-09, 16:29:26
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Hadi

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Hi Hadi. Glad to see you got a nice and very pleasant result :) Well done.

Keep it up :)

Thanks dude.

2017-12-14, 12:32:57
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Lnt

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Hey Hadi, awesome renders, one of the best ive seen in a while

I got a small question about the glass on the "Cameo_02"
The top of the shower glass seems curved or something, it has an interesting reflection and i would like to know how you achieved that.
Also, the brick wall is 3D or its just a map?
Thanks

2017-12-14, 12:50:48
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Hadi

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Thanks Lnt for your comments.
To be honest with you, it's just a standard glass, without any bump map. It just ended up being like that.
The bricks are a simple plane with a corona displacement on top.

2017-12-14, 15:15:13
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Hi Hadi,
impressed, congratulations...

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2017-12-15, 12:36:58
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Hadi

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