Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby samprocess » Tue Mar 03, 2009 12:07 pm

Sawadee Krab (say Hello in Thai)

I am new member.
I like SU and Kerkythea.
Daytime by SU, Night time & Interior illumination by SU+Kerkythea.
Pls give me advices for my first post.
Thks :fro:

25 Aug, add my new project, hypermart proposal



Aug 20, add 1 pic of bedroom rendering

(Add on 27 june)











Here are Kerkythea rendering









Aug 8,2009, Add a couple of KT rendering

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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby EduardoNL » Tue Mar 03, 2009 12:31 pm

WOW!

Goedemiddag! (Good afternoon in Dutch)

You've got some great skills!
Model is amazing, renders looking great too.
What Kerky settings did you use?

Regards, Ward
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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby j3nsen » Tue Mar 03, 2009 12:38 pm

:o
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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby rcossoli » Tue Mar 03, 2009 1:07 pm

welcome, very good the model of these buildings and also renders with kerkythea , look forward to seeing your work here
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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby Frederik » Tue Mar 03, 2009 4:01 pm

Sawadee Krab, samprocess..!!

This is a great model and excellent renders...!! :thumb:
Could be really interesting to see some daylight renders as well...

Only nit-picking crit I can come up with would be on the sky in the renders...
Although it's night renders, I've never seen such a dark sky... :|
Some of the materials also seem as if they could use a little "love"...

Finally - you should try to replace the spot-lights with IES-lights... ;)
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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby samprocess » Tue Mar 03, 2009 10:45 pm

EduardoNL wrote:WOW!

Goedemiddag! (Good afternoon in Dutch)

You've got some great skills!
Model is amazing, renders looking great too.
What Kerky settings did you use?

Regards, Ward


Hi, EduardoNL
I just studied KKT for a couple months, so glad u like it. :D
Can u more specific ur question?
Cos the word "Kerky setting" is quite wide range.

j3nsen wrote::o

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rcossoli wrote:welcome, very good the model of these buildings and also renders with kerkythea , look forward to seeing your work here

Thank for ur comment rcossoli, I will try to post more soon.

Frederik wrote:Sawadee Krab, samprocess..!!

This is a great model and excellent renders...!! :thumb:
Could be really interesting to see some daylight renders as well...

Only nit-picking crit I can come up with would be on the sky in the renders...
Although it's night renders, I've never seen such a dark sky... :|
Some of the materials also seem as if they could use a little "love"...

Finally - you should try to replace the spot-lights with IES-lights... ;)


Million thks for ur crit and tip, Frederik. :fecstatic:
Big important for me to improve my work.
I will try the method u suggest. :D
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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby artchung » Tue Mar 03, 2009 10:50 pm

this is definitely a "wow" post....great works!!!
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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby Huggkruka » Tue Mar 03, 2009 11:07 pm

Maybe YOU should give us some advice :D Great lights, nice atmosphere, everything just sweet!
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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby tomsdesk » Tue Mar 03, 2009 11:59 pm

I'm a big fan already...more please, soon!
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Re: New member's post: SU+KKT

Postby samprocess » Wed Mar 04, 2009 5:27 pm

artchung wrote:this is definitely a "wow" post....great works!!!

Thks, artchung
still remained things to develop
Huggkruka wrote:Maybe YOU should give us some advice :D Great lights, nice atmosphere, everything just sweet!

For SU, I just studied for 1-2 year,KKT for 3 month.
Both are great, Huggkruka :fecstatic:
I still need tons of advice.
if can help, we can share and discuss for tip & technique. :D
tomsdesk wrote:I'm a big fan already...more please, soon!

so thks, I will.
I saw ur post about 2.5 D Tree, very interesting.
It great work, tomsdesk :thumb:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+KKT (exterior)

Postby samprocess » Sat Mar 07, 2009 12:07 pm

Hi, I'm add another 1 pic in this thread.
Thk for all comments. :fecstatic:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby samprocess » Wed Mar 11, 2009 1:17 pm

another interior pic made by SU and SU + Kerky rendering
Style of both pics are delineation that I crazy for.
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby Edson » Wed Mar 11, 2009 1:19 pm

great modelling, sam!
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby Luis Esteves » Wed Mar 11, 2009 1:45 pm

Hi samprocess ,

Fantastic work ! I like all these details.
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby brodie » Thu Mar 12, 2009 3:47 am

I've got some advice for you. Stop using Sketchup. You're making us look bad.

Seriously though, really great stuff. You've obviously put a lot of time into every aspect of that project.

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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby pbacot » Thu Mar 12, 2009 5:59 am

The nighttime style is eye-popping, especially for that sort of building. Great pictures.
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby samprocess » Thu Mar 12, 2009 2:30 pm

Edson wrote:great modelling, sam!

Thank you, sir :fecstatic:
Luis Esteves wrote:Hi samprocess ,
Fantastic work ! I like all these details.

Thks again, Luis
ur work also great :fecstatic:
Brodie wrote:I've got some advice for you. Stop using Sketchup. You're making us look bad.
Seriously though, really great stuff. You've obviously put a lot of time into every aspect of that project.
-Brodie

OK,Brodie
I will stop whenever u don't want to see anymore :mrgreen:
pbacot wrote:The nighttime style is eye-popping, especially for that sort of building. Great pictures.

Big thks, pbacot
I will update another night scene soon. :fro:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby ENG. YASEEN » Fri Mar 13, 2009 9:39 pm

WOW It's Crazy rendering samprocess

:berserk:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby zumo » Sat Mar 14, 2009 1:09 pm

oh my god
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby samprocess » Mon Mar 16, 2009 5:50 pm

ENG. YASEEN wrote:WOW It's Crazy rendering samprocess

:berserk:
Cheers

Hello,
Big thk for ur commend, Yaseen :bounce:
zumo wrote:oh my god

Hi, Zumo
Hope ur word mean u like my work :mrgreen:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering

Postby tesmeko » Mon Mar 16, 2009 5:57 pm

Good Lord.....

You got one good set of skill there. Just keep them coming.

:thumb: :thumb:

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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby samprocess » Sat May 23, 2009 7:26 pm

today i add more 5 update pics.
thk for all comments. :fro:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby tomasz » Mon May 25, 2009 9:17 am

Great images, Samprocess!
I like the night shots the most! Very nice technique. Keep them coming.
It looks like you use unbiased rendering, am I right?

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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby lucifer1101 » Mon May 25, 2009 9:46 am

i have one little concern, how is that lady supposed to get the trolly up the escalator??


Anyway i love this work and the detail put into it is amazing..

care to supply some model info? like the size of the file, the polys etc etc??
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby samprocess » Fri Jun 19, 2009 9:56 pm

Tesmeko wrote:Good Lord.....
You got one good set of skill there. Just keep them coming.

I will, thks for ur visit :fecstatic:

Tomasz wrote:Great images, Samprocess!
I like the night shots the most! Very nice technique. Keep them coming.
It looks like you use unbiased rendering, am I right?

Tomasz

sorry for my late reply.
That right, i use unbiased rendering for 2 reasons:
1.I'm not expert in illumination design so i just do by simple way
2.to save production time.
thks for ur coment :berserk:
lucifer1101 wrote:i have one little concern, how is that lady supposed to get the trolly up the escalator??
Anyway i love this work and the detail put into it is amazing..

care to supply some model info? like the size of the file, the polys etc etc??

In this picture, that is travellator, not escalators.
So the lady can take trolly up on them.
I alway consider about the file size,
all elements and component i use had been modified first before put in my work.
Thks for ur comment. :fecstatic:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby majid » Mon Jun 22, 2009 4:17 am

there is something remainig... don't you feel strange a bit? are you human or Siborg !!!! :lol: ;) 4 sure it is great :thumb:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby d12dozr » Mon Jun 22, 2009 7:19 am

Wonderful work! :thumb: :bounce: How long did it take to model?
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby Elibjr » Mon Jun 22, 2009 8:35 pm

Wow This is just amazing! Did you completely model this in Sketchup or was this drafted and modeled first in another program and brought into Sketchup for materials and lighting? This is truly beautiful.
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby samprocess » Tue Jun 23, 2009 4:44 am

majid wrote:there is something remainig... don't you feel strange a bit? are you human or Siborg !!!! :lol: ;) 4 sure it is great :thumb:

Your work also great.
We both are the same, the man who love SU:lol:
Thks for ur comment and asking, majid :fro:
d12dozr wrote:Wonderful work! :thumb: :bounce: How long did it take to model?

After lay-out bldg. plan with autocad
and sketch conceptual design, by hand, finished.
Modeling form by SU take time 1 week, cos we have to think and edit details in this process.
Rendering by kerkythea in FULL HD size 1980 X 1080 pixel, take time 36 hrs.
thks for ur question:fro:
Elibjr wrote:Wow This is just amazing! Did you completely model this in Sketchup or was this drafted and modeled first in another program and brought into Sketchup for materials and lighting? This is truly beautiful.

I use Autocad to draw building plan.
Modeling form, colouring and material mapping in Skethup.
illumination Rendering in Kerkythea.
Thks for ur visit and comment. :fro:
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Re: Delineated Style: SU+Kerkythea Rendering(24 may 2009)

Postby Sir » Wed Jun 24, 2009 4:39 pm

very nice! i like!
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