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ARCHI_3D

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Here is my thread for the contest. Hope to see more and more people with us. 
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Where is your work my friend.. where is your work ? [tongue]
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Thank you for the reminder my friend [wink]
It is done from so long, I will post it tomorrow or sunday.


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Here is the space I worked on.

I decided to show a design with the famous barn kitchen from the Podium Browser.

Except the extractor fan that I modeled myself, everything here is from the browser (textures and components) which allowed me to focus more on the artistic kind of stuff.
I simply tweaked some materials as we usualy do in order to have a more customized work.
As you can see, the scene is quite simple, this is the way I like to go for showing a design where everyone can project himself.



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This is already it for me, good luck to all of you guys and happy rendering. [smile]

FINAL IMAGE FOR THE CONTEST:

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WOW, Gary...im always looking forward to seeing your work...

A question for another day...How do you achieve the subtle lighting which just makes your interiors explode? WOW...

Goodluck buddy...i certainly believe that you'll be in the TOP 5. if not 1st place. 
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you kill me [tongue] .. again lol
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Nice one!
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Thank you my friends for your interest about my work.

Rav, for that style of light, you should get a raw render which is kind of dull then with PP you adjust the contrast and colors.
If you have more specific questions, I will try to answer better.


Third place... lucky me![biggrin]

 


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Congrats on your "podium" finish. 
Well done.


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Technically a wonderful render, but the gap between the base units and wall units is too small, and there are no sockets there.
Also, the glossy glass type wall finish is not realistic.

The timber textures don't match, and the choice of subject was not as interesting as the top places.

So although it's more excellent work from Gary, this isn't quite up to his epic standard [smile]

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Thank you for your feedback Jim, I see beter on what to work and what are your expectations for the next contest. 

[wave]For the choice of the subject,

It was more a personal challenge, I know that many people on the forum are tired of this type of kitchen (starting with Nick to name no one [biggrin])
I wanted to take this model and show it in my own way in a mixture of style and mixing materials... which is always a bit risky.

It's not perfect, for sure, and none of my work is, but master bigstick, I thought the 3rd place on the podium was still on top [wink]

I must also confess [angel], what you don't necessarily see is that I worked without any organization on this project. I spent time there, but
I changed the dimensions of the building and other details without thinking too much. [sleep]
The result has become a real mess, no layers, some groups that do not make sense and whereas there is practically no modeling, I managed to have edges stuck...

Too bad! But next time I will make it as real. I will produce a clean and well organized work, so, I could share the scene if it's worth it.

Like many of us, this contest was the first for me, I was not sure how to approach it but I learned some things that will move me forward, thanks for the experience.

Congratulations to all the participants, [thumb] some works are really interesting and it's nice to see the enthusiasm that the contest aroused.


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I thought the 3rd place on the Podium was still on top [wink]


Sorry - I meant that it wasn't quite good enough to be placed higher [wink] 

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I know Jim, I know [bawl]... [smile]
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