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2013-12-05, 01:40:46
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Juraj Talcik

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Hey Juraj,

Congrats on all the hype (well deserved hype) on this project...both on the forum and elsewhere. I just wanted to ask where you found/bought your bed material from or if it's a composite you have made?

Thanks Mate, appreciate all the input you have given the forum on this one.

It's a composite from 2 maps, but only one is important, those wrinkles.. I tried remembering quite hard and did some searching "wrinkles" on cgtextures.com, but I can't pinpoint which one I used or even if ! It could have been something from google as well just made tileable..

Here is how it looks in 640px size..which I guess could be used as public..or atleast as "source",ehm,..

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2013-12-05, 02:06:51
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Cool...thanks Juraj,

Crumpled paper could also  be a good place to start if one wanted to build a composite, ehm

:)


2013-12-05, 02:14:18
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Cool...thanks Juraj,

Crumpled paper could also  be a good place to start if one wanted to build a composite, ehm

:)

No one gets to know anyway :- ) Can't bother creating material for days
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2013-12-05, 21:55:28
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2014-01-17, 23:09:40
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Hello Juraj

Thanks for share your techniques with us, really is very inspiring...:)

Just two questions:

-home many time did you spend on rendering the final images (and your workstation specs)
-how did you do your pebbles? are they modeled? or is a displacement? (how?)

congratulations!

 

2014-01-19, 02:41:34
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Juraj Talcik

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Hello Juraj

Thanks for share your techniques with us, really is very inspiring...:)

Just two questions:

-home many time did you spend on rendering the final images (and your workstation specs)
-how did you do your pebbles? are they modeled? or is a displacement? (how?)

congratulations!

Hi Ben, thanks !

6-10 hours, each overnight per machine (4930k), but this is at 3840px to 5760px in width atleast, so pretty large. And, PT+PT(32) only, just because :- ), doesn't matter much at this architecture,
since there is so much contact with exterior.
It's 3D model directly prepared by Arroway Pebbles collection. It's awesome collection, check it out.

Regards
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2014-02-27, 07:39:43
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Hi Juraj,

Just wondering if there is any environment modelling in this set or if its all the HDRi? Looks great either way!

Josh

2014-02-27, 23:34:48
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Hi Juraj,

Just wondering if there is any environment modelling in this set or if its all the HDRi? Looks great either way!

Josh

I did modelled the environment originally (few versions even...one with forest, one with beach and small shrubbery). I ended up not using it. It's full HDRi what you see in final. Like an automotive renderings ;- ) because why not. It's fast and effective.
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2014-02-28, 07:40:25
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Juraj, the Icelandic house is EPIC!

2014-02-28, 10:21:42
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sweet thanks, i thought thats how it was setup.

I've been trying to do similar lately and its pretty difficult to get the camera in the right position etc.
ie. when I zoom out it looks like my model is tiny on the grass.

Yours looks flawless in that regard.


2014-02-28, 17:45:53
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sweet thanks, i thought thats how it was setup.

I've been trying to do similar lately and its pretty difficult to get the camera in the right position etc.
ie. when I zoom out it looks like my model is tiny on the grass.

Yours looks flawless in that regard.

Yes, depends largely on the individual HDRi, what height was it taken from,etc.. I do plan for near future to shoot these individually by myself.
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2014-03-01, 20:57:32
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Hi Juraj!
I'm starting a Polish Corona group on Facebook and I would love to show some of your picture as an example of Corona's capabilities. May I have your permission? How should I caption them? Copyright... [nickname? name?] Sorry for writing here, I wasn't able to contact you via PM.

2014-03-02, 02:05:19
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Hi Juraj!
I'm starting a Polish Corona group on Facebook and I would love to show some of your picture as an example of Corona's capabilities. May I have your permission? How should I caption them? Copyright... [nickname? name?] Sorry for writing here, I wasn't able to contact you via PM.

Sorry about it, it became increasingly tiresome to manage anything outside of email. Even email is lottery to answer,..

No need to ask for permission, any credit is ok. Quoting my FB page { https://www.facebook.com/jurajtalcik.visualizations } is welcomed though :- )
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2014-03-02, 09:47:45
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2014-03-03, 20:14:34
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Amazing work, thanks for share!