I like a lot the close shots. Really great lighting and DOF playing. The wide views are nice too, but at the first one I found a light incongruence at back desk shelves. Maybe it's the distance or indirect lighting vray specs... I have my eyes fitted to unbiased renders.
Anyway, marvelous renders, and great interior design, taste to set all the furniture and modeling capabilities.
Full equip render
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Adam:yes you are right bout the computer, but right now im a little tired about this scene,hehe, btw after the contest im going to share the whole skp file in the asgvis forum.
Raul:thx bro, glad you like it!
teo: loving these. The first image is my favorite. Great use of the physical camera too...its not an easy thing to accomplish with the DOF but you seem to be having a lot of success. Keep up the good work and good luck with the competition...I still need to submit my work, but I hope at least one of us consistant users end up winning, but Im sure whoever does, will be up against stiff competition with images like urs.
I hope I'm not offending when I say that Teo has no competition in this competition. It's by far, the best. I hope you'll win bro! In fact, I'm sure you'll win. Choose vray for rhino. You will try rhino sooner or later.
Steeler: thx brother, cant wait to see your entry!! im glad to here from you, hope everything its ok bro!
Stef: thx for your SUPER EXTRA KINDLY words my brother as happy as your compliments make me feel, i must say that theres a lot of people that dosent post their works on the asgvis forum and that will entry to the contest, people with a terrific talent, for example in the last newsletter of asgvis they post one of the images of the genius Dustin Brown of MINIMAL, http://www.MNML.com. (check out their work, its awsome and super pro) and i must say that when i looked at the gallery of this guys they make me feel that my work is from a noobie, hehehe, seriusly they make terrific renders, and like them i know that lots of other people that didnt post their work on the forum will submit their entry, so if people like dustin are submiting their works, im not sure im even on the final tops
btw thats a beautyfull baby on your avatar!!!
maybe not a tutorial, but ill upload the skp file, so those who use vray for sketchup can learn from the settings and materials, ill upload it after the contest results.
Contest is over, so i wanna share the model, someone may find it usefull, enjoy the books and magazines!
link for the skp file http://www.megaupload.com/?d=2TUZJMYB
Again, congratulations on your Honorable Mention.
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I'm sorry Teo. I thought it was a V-Ray competition, not Adobe Photoshop.
it was valid to use postpro, as a matter of fact is my opinion that postpro is necesary for a good render, the line between a good and a great one is postpro in my opinion bro, but sorry if this upset you
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OK, I overreact. Adam, please, accept my apologies, I didn't mean to offend you.
stef: hehehe, i correct my coment too, cause i tought that your coment was directed to me, cause i use a lot of photoshop too!! heheeh, i didnt even know you were talking bout the other render, i though you download my scene then render it, and find out i use some photoshop too....but now i understand, for a moment i thought you were upset with me
stefanq: don't worry I'm not offended, afterall it didn't state anywhere photoshop wasn't permitted. Post pro is where I make my money as a visualiser, i'm not ashamed. Hope you liked it anyway...
Teofas: its VERY generous of you to share your scene (I swear you could stick it on evermotion and make some money! ) superb images, the details are incredible
Teo, how can I be upset of you, if I'm your number one fan???
Adam, I know something about CG, so I can recognize a great artist, and you are one. It's just....Teo and I have a special bond, since the day we started to learn v-ray. I felt all the time, during that competition, that now is his turn. Congrats for the first place! (and for your job )
Fantastic work, the best I saw in competition. You should win.
Awesome work .
Excellent attention to details.
Did you render with DOF, or did you apply that in post with a depth map?
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did you win?!?! this scene is awesome, bumped into it cause i was looking for some bookmodels!!!
damn your 2 are great models and textures!!!!
pS can we use all the models where ever and when ever?!