Author Topic: Apartment in St. Petersburg  (Read 3852 times)

2014-11-09, 18:47:45

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This is one of my latest projects on visualization, I hope you enjoy )















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2014-11-09, 20:34:36
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I must admit these are some of the most realistic looking works I've seen on this forum. This is amazing. How the hell did you make this huge stone/glass wall with tv? It looks totally volumetric!

2014-11-09, 21:46:02
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I must admit these are some of the most realistic looking works I've seen on this forum. This is amazing. How the hell did you make this huge stone/glass wall with tv? It looks totally volumetric!

Hi maru! Thanks for the complement )
Lack of SSS in the corona makes experiment and create fake with the tools that are at the moment. In this case, I used onyx blend of two materials, a simple glossy and slightly self-luminous, through a mask. With transparency in different proportions can get different effects, sometimes add a little translucency and get something like this:



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2014-11-10, 10:36:45
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The bedroom of this project







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2014-11-10, 16:40:23
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The childroom of this project







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2014-11-10, 21:19:31
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The next childroom of this project







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2014-11-11, 23:06:35
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Some amazing stuff here.

Loved the SSS samples !
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2014-11-12, 10:23:26
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Some amazing stuff here.

Loved the SSS samples !

Thanks man )
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2014-11-12, 13:58:59
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I must admit these are some of the most realistic looking works I've seen on this forum. This is amazing. How the hell did you make this huge stone/glass wall with tv? It looks totally volumetric!

Hi maru! Thanks for the complement )
Lack of SSS in the corona makes experiment and create fake with the tools that are at the moment. In this case, I used onyx blend of two materials, a simple glossy and slightly self-luminous, through a mask. With transparency in different proportions can get different effects, sometimes add a little translucency and get something like this:







Can you show the shader network  please.....!!!

2014-11-12, 17:23:53
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Can you show the shader network  please.....!!!

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