House On A Ravine 01

By Serkan Çelik

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Date Added: 22nd July 2010
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Hi my friends.I am using 3dsmax and vray render.Rendering time 5 hours main scene.I saw on the internet Munge Leung "House on a ravine " and I like it.I want prepare tutorial in free time.Thanks for comments.
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Karthikkumar (Forums) on Sun, 18 December 2011 7:39am
I too cant see the pic.. where is the pic bro.. ?
Fotology.dk (Forums)
Fotology.dk (Forums) on Sat, 17 December 2011 9:36pm
Is it me? i cant see the picture?
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Andrius on Fri, 16 December 2011 12:14pm
Well, I like the mood and lighting. But I'd loose the vertical shift and add some lens distortion. But that's me :)
Overall - really good work. Congrats
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RAHUL ARORA on Thu, 28 April 2011 8:21pm
BOTH D VIEWS R CLASS.
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Vinai on Tue, 01 February 2011 8:42am
Its Awesome :)
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Dukejeremy on Tue, 21 December 2010 6:45pm
Is the front left section off the house angled out towards the viewer or is that just the lens you chose to keep the entire home in frame? Just curious, and of course nice work.

Thank You
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Punit on Fri, 17 September 2010 3:16pm
Superbb Work Dude!!! Awsm Piecce of Lytng&Textrng!!
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Atul on Wed, 08 September 2010 6:21pm
hi xsekox great work dude keep it up!
Eydi (Forums)
Eydi (Forums) on Mon, 02 August 2010 1:38pm
Excellent! Very high-quality work.Congrats on the 3DTotal Main Site Gallery image!!!!! :)
Bubbaloo (Forums)
Bubbaloo (Forums) on Sat, 31 July 2010 2:03pm
I like it, it's a great arch-viz piece. The thing that sticks out to me is the ambient occlusion. It looks over-done.
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Priya Bajaj on Sat, 31 July 2010 7:42am
i cant say it 3D...its looking soo real xsekox.
totally amazingggg
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İbrahim on Tue, 27 July 2010 9:17am
Great Work Serkan.Night image very nice.Congratulations Serkan.
Bigley (Forums)
Bigley (Forums) on Mon, 26 July 2010 4:54am
Dang Not-Registered... was 5 posts really necessary or are you just trying to get a high post count?Back on topic the only thing that really bothers me are the streaks on the wall. They don't look natural. Nice work though.
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Amit on Sat, 24 July 2010 1:07pm
hey hi
over all scene looks so nice..day as well as night too...i like u r lighting and texturing work..
but want to tell small thing that glow light look fake..in u r render..keep it up bro...
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HAMMOUDI on Fri, 23 July 2010 8:32pm
GREAT........I LOVE IT
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Henrymaxm on Fri, 23 July 2010 1:47pm
Beautiful..
I_AM_DAVE_COX (Forums)
I_AM_DAVE_COX (Forums) on Fri, 23 July 2010 8:59am
Makes me feel like I want to go there!
Shadowkath (Forums)
Shadowkath (Forums) on Thu, 22 July 2010 10:47pm
Good job, I like the modeling. Well done.
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CGDHARMESH on Thu, 22 July 2010 7:02pm
awesome render !!! amazing !!!
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Dark Night2008 (Forums) on Thu, 22 July 2010 5:54pm
WOW .... wondarfull render
Buzzsaw (Forums)
Buzzsaw (Forums) on Thu, 22 July 2010 5:26pm
[QUOTE=Not-Registered;805243]@ BuzzsawHave you tried Vue at all, it could achieve those looks quite easily, although you might have to buy some additional plants from Cornucopia to get all the plants you want.[/QUOTE] i thought that way would be the best approach as well, just ironing out the pipeline between maya and vue, and sum lighting issues but thank you for the help
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BldRnr (forums) on Thu, 22 July 2010 10:01am
This is a excellent and well done arch render.

It has a very "real" feel to it.

I have no crtiques, other than from a personal stand point, I like to add some kind of human element to my renders. A siloutte in the window or childrens bicycle etc.

Again it is only my personal taste.
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Ben Goble on Thu, 22 July 2010 9:25am
@ Buzzsaw

Have you tried Vue at all, it could achieve those looks quite easily, although you might have to buy some additional plants from Cornucopia to get all the plants you want.
Tarik2d (Forums)
Tarik2d (Forums) on Thu, 22 July 2010 7:11am
Nice render, looking forward to seeing the tutorial
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Keraj37 (Forums) on Thu, 22 July 2010 6:50am
damm very realistic, great render!
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Ivan Perez on Thu, 22 July 2010 4:56am
Hi, amazing job, but I have a comment, in the small ligths of the stairs the texture of the wall change a little just in the corner, but is grat job. congratulations.
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Metin Akcakoca on Thu, 22 July 2010 3:15am
Congratulations Serkan. like your other works this is very successful too.
and if u will prepare a tutor l think everybody will be happy.
keep it up dude ;)
Buzzsaw (Forums)
Buzzsaw (Forums) on Thu, 22 July 2010 1:05am
hi xsekox love your work 5 out of 5 i was just wondering how you did the plants seeing this is sum thing I'm trying to pull off at the moment, I'm a maya user and do not no if 3dsmax as got a better foliage editor than the poor paint effects maya has, I'm looking into vue but maybe you can point me in a good directiongreat work and welcome to the forum
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