Author Topic: project for S-Arch Group/kiriat-Gat israel  (Read 1868 times)

2018-09-04, 00:44:23

denisgo22

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project for S-Arch Group/kiriat-Gat israel/
Zbrush/MD/max/Corona
Full version:
https://www.behance.net/bubarush78ad

Comments and critique are very welcome:)
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« Last Edit: 2018-09-12, 19:00:40 by denisgo22 »

2018-09-08, 01:55:26
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denisgo22

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Some new:)

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« Last Edit: 2018-09-09, 01:40:26 by denisgo22 »

2018-09-10, 02:35:50
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new:)
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Some high resolution:
https://www.behance.net/bubarush78ad
« Last Edit: 2018-09-11, 21:58:51 by denisgo22 »

2018-09-16, 19:58:29
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yagi

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these are truly stunning images. well done

2018-09-22, 07:48:32
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denisgo22

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these are truly stunning images. well done

Thanks a lot :)

2018-09-25, 22:42:10
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denisgo22

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Some New:)
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« Last Edit: 2018-09-27, 19:10:02 by denisgo22 »

2018-10-13, 13:21:35
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2018-10-15, 15:08:35
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Hey man, congrats for this images... is a good work! I just have a comment if you don't mind... the water on pond scenes is quite akward to me, maybe the simulation of the water with the others elements in the pond is not too real you know!? I really do not know what's bothering me in the water but, in my opinion, it can actually improve my friend!
The other scenes are amazing!
Keep the good work!

2018-10-15, 17:38:59
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maru

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I am pretty sure that blue fish wouldn't live long in freshwater. :)

2018-10-15, 18:27:45
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Amazing work!
I hope this was a commercial task, coz it looks very bright and expensive!

2018-10-16, 17:13:53
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denisgo22

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Thanks Guys for all comment's.
all comments will be taken into account in future projects, because this work is already finished :)
I completely agree that it would be possible some improvement of the water material/
A blue decorative fish has been inserted at the request of the customer:) although of course this fish lives only in the aquarium area:)
Thanks a lot//