Author Topic: Shelter in the woods  (Read 2735 times)

2015-07-03, 00:17:27

looma

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Today im very glad to present you a new project that i was working on
the last days. Its called "shelter in the woods'. The environment
forms a contrast to the cosy inside of the house.

It was fun again to learn how simple and accurate corona Renderer handles
things. Done with C4d and latest alpha of corona

For the house i was using Sommarhus Akenine by Johnan Sundberg architects
as a reference.

cheers,

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2015-07-03, 09:35:08
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Nekrobul

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For the last shot it would have been better to use flat lens, something like 50mm
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2015-07-03, 11:54:41
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Rhodesy

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Looks great, I like the mood you've created.

What shader did you use for the water? or did you use Hot4D? It looks quite effective. Good to see some C4D stuff on here. I have only dabbled as I'm waiting for full multipass support before I see if i can use it for work.

2015-07-03, 18:38:33
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karklinskarlis1993

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i felt like there was something wrong with the contrast, so i allowed myself to make some corrections.. otherwise - gr8 work m8!

2015-07-04, 11:56:57
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Elviz

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Well balanced, looks really good, maybe you can share the atmosphere fog effect creation process.. thank you!
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2015-07-04, 14:31:06
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Fritzlachatte

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wow, great render, but karklinskarlis was right, the balanced contrast pushed it a lot!

Great work!

2015-07-04, 15:06:34
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