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Old 17-03-2007, 11:52 AM   #1
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Cool Maya 8.0 & Mental Ray Physical Sky/Sun Villa

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Based on Archmodel 3D template by Evermotion.
Maya 8.0 Poly & Nurbs Surfaces modeling.
Mental Ray Physical Sky/Sun, Global illumination and Secondary Bounces Final Gather.
Mental Ray Architectural Mia Round Corners materials.
XFrog Tropical Trees & Plants with Misss Fast Skin materials for the 3D vegetation.
Ctrl Fur and Ctrl Displacement to control fur and displacements.
Ctrl Buffers to output Ctrl Occlusion Pass, Shadow and ZDepht Passes.
For Shadow and ZDepht passes, I used the P_shadow and P_Zdepht shaders by Ledin Pavel aka Puppet.
Except for the Rpc 2D plant applied in post on the low right corner of the images, everything is strictly 3D.
Original Maya file size: 185 MB.
Software: Autodesk Maya 8.0 & Mental Ray
Hardware: Athlon 2.8 2.5 Giga of Ram
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Old 17-03-2007, 12:07 PM   #2
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wow i thought those where pictures u where modeling from for reference
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Old 17-03-2007, 01:19 PM   #3
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Nice Renders, but the car park ground is reflective, as is the decking by the pool and the table. It doesnt look right from those points of view. I know the wooden decking is next to the pool but its over done in the reflections, perhaps do a separate pass and mask it out to make it look like small wet areas. The chrome on the bars is to reflective and clean as well.

nice job overall though

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Old 17-03-2007, 01:34 PM   #4
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aside from the minor 'mistakes'it looks very good:bow:
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Old 18-03-2007, 04:50 PM   #5
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very good, aside from what was already mentioned. I love these renders. Good modeling and texturing! My favorite shot is of the laptop with laptop screen showing maya. Keep up the good work. Plus I'm jealous, haha
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Oh my... Really good! Makes me wanna swim the pool and taste the wine :bandit:
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Originally posted by Jay
Nice Renders, but the car park ground is reflective, as is the decking by the pool and the table. It doesnt look right from those points of view. I know the wooden decking is next to the pool but its over done in the reflections, perhaps do a separate pass and mask it out to make it look like small wet areas. The chrome on the bars is to reflective and clean as well.

nice job overall though

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Yeah, it is too reflective. It shouldn't be reflective at all.

I really like your scene and stuff though! You should model a shark or something just as a fun pic of something to be swiming in the water. it'd be funny! KUTGW

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Old 22-03-2007, 02:38 PM   #8
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how did you mak,e the laptop maya shot, very nice work
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Old 23-03-2007, 05:51 AM   #9
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great job ^^

but one thing i 'd like to say about textures are "over new"

everything likes brand new...u know that 's impossible in the real world...

and also, ground reflection is too strong seems...
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Old 23-03-2007, 07:52 AM   #10
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how did you do the bush in the lower right hand corner of the 2nd pic?
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Old 23-03-2007, 11:31 AM   #11
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Great model, I love how realistic it is.

Originally posted by Radical Edward
how did you do the bush in the lower right hand corner of the 2nd pic?
Read his post...
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Old 03-04-2007, 04:37 PM   #12
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Default intersting renders...

hey alex...
nice to see your renders and i reallly got inspired by your work....but actuallly i was wondering that how did u find PHYSICAL sun'sky in maya 8.0 actually its a new feature that has been introduced in maya 8.5...

anyways i liked the work and im presently working on a scene that is using physical sun and i face a problem in taking out shadow pass diffrently...can u guide me for this..??? actualy i dont have anything like CNTRL buffers with me so wht is another way if any??

hope to hear for u and kindly xcuse for anything else that might have offended u..

with regards,
bhumit:bow:
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Old 04-04-2007, 10:24 AM   #13
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Originally posted by IJke

Read his post...
excelent suggestion, wish I'd done that in the first placeh
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Thumbs up Very nice!

Wooo... Very nice! I can't bealive my eyes so good Maya work. I visited your websit it's all the nice.

And a questions can you teach me how to reader it?

I start model of audi q7 almost finish yet, but I don't know how to reader it. You can find me messages and upload the graphices into the Maya Chat room tomorrow.

Thanks really open the eye!


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