Author Topic: CENTER TUMMELPLATZ  (Read 654 times)

2019-09-18, 11:15:37

Neb

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Hello

I would like to introduce one of my latest commercial project:

CENTER TUMMELPLATZ - Nursing Home
Architects: ARCHITEKTURKANTINE
Location:  Schärding, Austria
Visualizations: http://www.realpolygons.com/  Cinema 4D and Corona 4

Hi resolution set: https://www.behance.net/gallery/84873297/CENTER-TUMMELPLATZ

Best regards
Marcin Jastrzebski
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2019-09-18, 14:34:44
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goldi89

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Nice, I like how you practically did all in 3d without using 2d assets (at least on the first view). Very real and good composition. How long it took?

2019-09-19, 12:36:22
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Neb

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Thanks! I don't know how long I worked on this image. It was very comfortable task. I think it was 4-5 days from idea to final image.

2019-09-21, 17:41:19
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yagi

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fantastic work. i keep asking on this forum but havent gotten a helpful reply yet, pls where do you get those creeping wall plants at the terrace? which archmodel or archexterior?

2019-09-23, 09:54:15
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Neb

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Thank you yagi! THese models were taken directly from 3dsky. I just search for good plants and gather good sets from separate models but the same species. I gathered a few Ivy models and formed ( or not ) bushes.

2019-09-23, 10:45:08
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wilbertvandenbroek

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Nice one, how did you create the rippling water effect?

2019-09-23, 20:34:52
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Neb

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Thanks! I started with displacement map for ripples but it's very slight effect so I used just bump map finally. Here is preview of this texture.


2019-09-24, 11:38:17
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wilbertvandenbroek

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Cool, thanks for sharing