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2019-09-09, 17:09:51
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Erald

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You guys never disappoint, outstanding renderings!

2019-09-09, 18:41:34
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Designerman77

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amazing work - very beautiful!

May i ask who makes that chair?
And the HDRI, which one did you use for it from HDRIhub if you dont mind me asking?  I wouldnt mind experimenting with it

Thank you for your feedback:)

We have modeled the chair though there is one similar model at 3ds sky, It's a chair from Urban Outfitters you can find it with the name "Marte lounge chair" .

Regarding the HDRIs here are some that we used, we treat every scene separately so the lighting scenario may be similar but not the same.

https://www.hdri-hub.com/hdrishop/hdri/outdoor/item/326-hdr-140-road-in-park
https://www.hdri-hub.com/hdrishop/hdri/outdoor/item/10-hdr-108-river-road
https://www.hdri-hub.com/hdrishop/hdri/outdoor/item/187-hdr-086-road


Funny to see what great lighting can be obtained from such not very beautiful HDR images... :)

2019-09-09, 22:19:23
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Thank you for the positive feedback!
Initially, we are doing the tone mapping in the VFB and then we use Adobe Camera Raw for slightly adjustments regarding tone mapping and color correction.
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does it mean you have taken tonemapped image from vfb as 16 or 32bit tiff or exr? and edited it further in camera raw?

or did you turn off tonemapping in vfb then saved image without tonemapping and postproduced it in camera raw?

thanks

2019-09-09, 22:20:32
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Thank you for the positive feedback!
Initially, we are doing the tone mapping in the VFB and then we use Adobe Camera Raw for slightly adjustments regarding tone mapping and color correction.

does it mean you have taken tonemapped image from vfb as 16 or 32bit tiff or exr? and edited it further in camera raw?

or did you turn off tonemapping in vfb then saved image without tonemapping and postproduced it in camera raw?

thanks

2019-09-22, 11:31:04
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Nefeli Kallianou

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Thank you for the positive feedback!
Initially, we are doing the tone mapping in the VFB and then we use Adobe Camera Raw for slightly adjustments regarding tone mapping and color correction.

does it mean you have taken tonemapped image from vfb as 16 or 32bit tiff or exr? and edited it further in camera raw?

or did you turn off tonemapping in vfb then saved image without tonemapping and postproduced it in camera raw?

thanks

Yes exactly, as you mentioned in the first scenario! We post process the already tonemapped image from vfb.

2019-09-22, 11:33:14
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Nefeli Kallianou

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You guys never disappoint, outstanding renderings!

Thank you Erald for your kind words!

2019-10-04, 22:03:48
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2019-10-06, 09:18:52
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Since the animation was done at 24fps, you could extrapolate a few more frames with AE as there are not dramatic movements, and it's all prolonged. It might happen or not, it's Russian roulette.
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2019-10-08, 14:47:54
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Long time waiting for something like this,
You did it! Thank you.
I think you did a really good job, but most of all you gave so much inspiration to Us!

2019-10-10, 14:08:23
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kareem.azzazy

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how you Get this shadow smooth

2019-10-10, 21:24:34
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petrorosengren

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Looks fucking awesome!

2019-10-14, 20:13:38
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Przemo

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Outstanding images!

Just a specific question – where did you take that terrazzo texture from? In need of something really similar, but difficult to find a good map enough to show a detail close to the floor.

Cheers and congrats again!

2019-10-14, 22:34:56
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Simply amazing.

2019-10-15, 09:29:55
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No words, each detail has more beauty than next
Thanks for watching
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2019-10-16, 08:15:01
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these are just great.