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    Re: 3D Max.

    Thanks NeoFash and I hope so Jojishi :P


    Update.
    My teacher gave us a challenge and I accepted. The challenge is create a building, texture it, set the cams and everything else in 10 days. I did this in two days but I didn't textured it properly because it was more as a test. I'll need get him a couple of images that I'll be posting when I finish the entire thing.

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    Re: 3D Max.

    I love the exterior design of the second house. Are you just doing shells or do you plan to furnish them and such?

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    Re: 3D Max.

    Sure, I learned some things lately that I'll be able to try something like that, and actually I was creating one 3,4 hours ago in my class, but the file got corrupted
    I'm just trying to finish this challenge asap to try it harder.

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    Re: 3D Max.

    Update. The pool part of the challenge. Hope you guys like it.

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    Re: 3D Max.

    Holy shit man, when you posted that picture in V.I.P.-chat, I thought it was real.
    Great job on this one, you're getting really good at this.

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    Re: 3D Max.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gradus
    I'm studying 3D Max to work late with architecture and there is my stuff that I have so far.

    [tn=650:2kxmbiy5]http://i.cubeupload.com/nSEOF4.png[/tn:2kxmbiy5]
    Still the challenge project, the pool part. Sorry for no background, I can't make it properly atm.

    This is fucking awesome, man. I love how the wooden floor where the chairs are on actually have a texture instead of just being shiny and flat, and everything is really well done. Really good job on that one,

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    Re: 3D Max.

    Looks great, besides the intense white light on the bottom right ground, and the deck chair shadows. Those white glints shouldn't be in the shadow of the chair.
    [center:3qmfvtqh][/center:3qmfvtqh]

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    Re: 3D Max.

    Thanks guys, I really appreciate it.
    Darren, I was kinda aiming for a intense light but I got your point, I probably exaggerated at Photoshoping... I have a newest version that I edited yesterday and the problems that you pointed seems to be fixed. I would like to have another criticism from you if possible.
    http://i.cubeupload.com/VVJfmM.png

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    Re: 3D Max.

    Much better on the lighting, but the shadows still seem off. It's nitpicking at this point but if the sun is that high in the sky, shadows are typically much weaker and softer, and don't stretch that long. But, this is a 3D thread, not a photoshop/artwork thread, so never mind the fine details about realism.
    [center:3qmfvtqh][/center:3qmfvtqh]

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    Re: 3D Max.

    Okay, thanks. I'll try figure out how I can make the shadows looks better.
    Quote Originally Posted by Darren
    But, this is a 3D thread, not a photoshop/artwork thread, so never mind the fine details about realism.
    Hummm... to be honest I want reach realism at my work, I want reach the point that the people will see the images and spent a good time figuring out if it real or not, so I'll really bother to find the erros and fix them. Any criticism relationed with realism is very well welcome.

    Update, two new pics of my teacher test.
    http://i.cubeupload.com/lW2iHE.jpg
    http://i.cubeupload.com/17rkHq.png


 
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