Author Topic: Layers of White  (Read 1438 times)

2020-01-29, 15:10:28

Majeranek

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Hi guys,

I didn't post anything for sometime so here's new project.
This time it's personal one made on the basis of the Layers of White - Pitsou Kedem Architect project and photos of Amit Geron.

Renderings made after hours, I started it almost a year ago and recently managed to finish it.

You can also see it on my website and behance.:
https://www.behance.net/gallery/90577863/Layers-of-White
https://www.marjoramstudio.com/portfolio/layers-of-white/

If you have any questions, go ahead :)

2020-01-29, 15:31:35
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agentdark45

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Wow these are fantastic! Would you mind letting me know where I can get such good quality backplates from?
Vray who?

2020-01-29, 15:44:56
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Majeranek

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Wow these are fantastic! Would you mind letting me know where I can get such good quality backplates from?

I don't know where did I get it from.. I found it almost year ago and tried to figure out recently from where did I get it and I couldn't find the place..

2020-01-29, 22:32:48
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John.McWaters

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These look great!

What is your method for the rugs?
Instagram: @jack.mcwaters

2020-01-30, 09:27:44
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Majeranek

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These look great!

What is your method for the rugs?

That depends.
When these are more flat I use mix of displacement and bump. However with hairy ones I use Forest Pack to scatter fiber packs.

2020-01-30, 18:01:36
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plasticmonster81

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Beautiful renders. did you render the DOF in corona or as a post process? whats the method and how many passes per image to get such a smooth noise free image? If this would be animation what is the number of passes for it to look this good ? Lovely backplates too....really well matched.

2020-01-30, 18:16:40
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Designerman77

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Hey, love your close up images.

C4D?

2020-01-30, 18:56:21
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Majeranek

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Beautiful renders. did you render the DOF in corona or as a post process? whats the method and how many passes per image to get such a smooth noise free image? If this would be animation what is the number of passes for it to look this good ? Lovely backplates too....really well matched.

Thanks! DOF is rendered. I don't know how many passes because it was different for each shot. I usually set noise level to 2% and let it render.
It wouldn't be possible to make animation of these. Rendering times were to long. Even after some heavy optimization it would be hard to render this. Different approach would be required from the beginning to make animation.

Hey, love your close up images.

C4D?

3ds max :)

2020-02-04, 10:27:51
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Jay_Lombard

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Hi Majeranek, amazing work!! Can you talk about what light setup you have used? Hdri if so which one have you made use of?

2020-02-04, 10:34:50
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JViz

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Very well balanced light and colors, love this. I would go with a wee bit more contrast but that's my taste. professional work!
Although a purist, my work is anything but.
https://www.behance.net/ImageInnate