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archiJDsantos

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freelance works using skp. hope you like it guys


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I presume these are rendered in Podium. They are quite good.

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If these are rendered with Podium you should post the images as separate renderings.
This is truely amazing.

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I bet those arn't Podium....RPS ray Trace is my guess..
really nice renders regardless...nice design too
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kind of defeats the purpose, posting renderings not rendered in podium in the SU Podium Forum

archiJDsantos

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you don't believe this is made by podium??? i can give you the models if you like which picture of model you guys want me to attach?
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It didnt say you used Podium to render in the first post. Truthfully I thought they looked too smoth to be Podium! Outstanding results with the software!
 
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here are more guys... i hope you like it i swear this are all made in su podium... tomorrow i will include the skp. file for you to used as reference.... thanks for all comments...
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i have many perspectives to show tell me guys my mistakes it will be appreciated....
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Those are truely great rendering you've done. Very rich & detail oriented. Other than some burns in the images, they look great overall. Did you do any touchup works afterward? or 100% output from podium?
Look forward to your skp file.
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Archi

These are fantastic. I think with the last 3 images you can tell they were rendered in Podium, they have that Podiumesque quality to them. The others though look like they've been rendered in something different. Maybe 3DS Max? I'm not too hot on all the rendering packages.

I think your images (as well as those of others like Bielbel) really show what an amazing programme this is and what its capable of.

I would love to see more of your work. Maybe post them at a slightly larger size?

And I'd also love to see any of your Skp models.

Kev


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these look great .. u still can post the skp. file i would love to see...
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for your eyes only.. some of my renders is not fully finish only 80% of raytracing. needs more time, sorry about that... and others are 100% quality and some pshop tricks...


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very impressive. these are really good. from all those test and experiments no doubt how much time you put with the software. congratulation.
 
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archiJDsantos

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guys im so sorry. i cant attach my skp. files bec. the maximum is 4MB my models are more than 36MB each... waaaaaa. what will i do????

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