Abstract Expressionist House 2

Abstract Expressionist House 2

Postby fbartels » Sun Dec 09, 2007 1:19 pm

Still feeling my way forward with these. Trying various things to see how they work. I've come to view the models as architectural follies... feel free to interpret that as you may. I do think they might make enjoyable summer homes. The model itself is available at the bottom of this page, it is called AEH 2 v3.skp.zip
Enjoy, Fred







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Re: Abstract Expressionist House 2

Postby Archi Rag » Sun Dec 09, 2007 2:05 pm

hi the model looks really good have u thought about rendering it?
also have u had any thoughts on what materials u would use or how the internal layout would work?
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Re: Abstract Expressionist House 2

Postby fbartels » Sun Dec 09, 2007 3:10 pm

Archi Rag wrote:hi the model looks really good have u thought about rendering it?
also have u had any thoughts on what materials u would use or how the internal layout would work?


Thanks so much for the comments.

I have thought about rendering, but am using a Mac and waiting for the soon to be released (I hope) Mac version of Podium.

Re internal layout. I've actually got that pretty much worked out for this house but didn't feel like modeling it. The general theme would be an open plan with as few divisions as possible.

Re materials. No idea really. I think there are so many possibilities with materials these days that it could all be worked out, but it would be expensive.

Fred
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Re: Abstract Expressionist House 2

Postby Archi Rag » Sun Dec 09, 2007 3:42 pm

had a very quick bash at it in artlantis... its quite a good program though i think the overall quality podium can produce is better
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Re: Abstract Expressionist House 2

Postby fbartels » Sun Dec 09, 2007 7:39 pm

The render is very cool! The feeling is kinda spooky though. Not sure I'd want to go up to that house on Halloween. I love the way you have a light source catch the faces near the tops of the taller set of curved vertical posts. Most enjoyable. Thanks for sharing. Fred
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