Author Topic: Forest + Cabin  (Read 1803 times)

2019-07-12, 11:00:26

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Hi guys!

We'd like to show you one of our latest works.
It's been a moment while we wish to create a simple and cosy shelter located in woods.
And here it is! Our proposition for a weekend cabin is based on a "+" shaped floorplan,
it could be made easily from prefabricated materials and it fits nicely in many scenarios.

We had a lot of real fun while creating and baking it.

Hope you will enjoy it!

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2019-07-12, 13:43:35
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mutilo

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this is magic

2019-07-12, 14:57:20
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2019-07-12, 15:30:24
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this is magic
Thank you for the comment!

Awesome atmosphere, colors, quality. I even like the subtle noise. :)
I'm very delighted to hear that, many thanks! Oh, the subtle noise... ;)
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2019-07-12, 19:34:46
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Cool !

Change the telescope on the roof for a 50 cal. sniper gun. :)))

2019-07-12, 21:47:35
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Beautiful work!

2019-07-15, 20:10:42
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Cool !

Change the telescope on the roof for a 50 cal. sniper gun. :)))

Heheh, that could be a nice spot indeed along with that tourist fridge. But maybe let's stay with a regular telescope ;)

Beautiful work!

Thanks for the comment! I'm glad you think so!
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2019-07-15, 20:50:21
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Great job on vegetation! Really like the work :)

For a past few years I find that more and more people are using 3d assets to showcase detailed landscape. I mean tree stumps, branches and etc. How long does it take for you to manage it? I mean, it's nice to have in portfolio, but isn't it just faster to matte paint? Especially in commissioned projects, where toy barely need stump close up.

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2019-07-17, 12:30:52
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Great job on vegetation! Really like the work :)

For a past few years I find that more and more people are using 3d assets to showcase detailed landscape. I mean tree stumps, branches and etc. How long does it take for you to manage it? I mean, it's nice to have in portfolio, but isn't it just faster to matte paint? Especially in commissioned projects, where toy barely need stump close up.



Thanks Edvinas! I'm really happy to hear it!

For the environment details like stumps, trunks, rocks etc I used Quixel Megascans with a dedicated plugin for 3ds Max along with a Bridge app.
It was a real quickie and fun with playing with it :)

Your're right that in commission works clients may treat these type of things a bit like a garbage and something that should be cleaned :)
It could be pretty much the same with some details, close ups and dof shots (not in products) where we may take it like a cgi 'porn' and clients may not need it at all.
Hopefully not always!
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2019-07-17, 16:37:45
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Top level stuff.  Really great - thanks for sharing.