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Old 04-05-2009, 09:42 PM   #61
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You're making me want to model my old access virus b desktop synth. Looks really good...especially dig the buttons and keys shading.
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Old 04-05-2009, 10:18 PM   #62
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dude that is really awesome!
i like the buttons and how they clearly aren't flat and are kind of curvy.

is the lcd panel meant to be on the same level as the keyboard's casing? (or raised off slightly as it seems)

i thoguht it would be slightly indented down, but then i don't know what this keyboard is meant to look like
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Old 05-05-2009, 10:15 AM   #63
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Looks incredible but as Chirone said the LCD display should be pushed in so you see the lip around the edge. Doing that would make it perfect.

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Old 05-05-2009, 06:58 PM   #64
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The LCD is one of the things I don't like about the render. It actually is a bit below but since it's on it doesn't recieve any shadow. It looks better in other renders. Here's a few small ones.
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this is looking really good. great renders.

cant wait to see a final composition.

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Old 05-05-2009, 10:43 PM   #66
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Thanks Vlad!

Actually I think this is as final as it gets... did you have anything special in mind composite wise?
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i was thinking of something simple, but professional looking,
like the stuff on the maxwell render galleries. maybe you can submit it to the galleries.
a simple composition will be effective i think, since this is already photoreal.

http://maxwellrender.com/img/gallery...micrain_29.jpg

http://maxwellrender.com/img/gallery...homasan_22.jpg

http://maxwellrender.com/img/gallery...ics/iker_8.jpg

the usual product rendering type of comps.

nice work man. keep it up. you should do some interior acrh type of renders.
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Well done render and model, just love it when someone really pulls off the photo-realistic render...great job on this one.
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Old 07-05-2009, 05:10 PM   #69
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excellent work djblazer
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Hey YOur renders look outstanding what kind of setup are you using? final gather global ill? Are you lighting with image planes or physical light...Great work would love some info on the renders stats your using
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Thanks for the criticism,

I use Maxwell Render for this. It's an "unbiased" renderer., the big advantage is that you dont have to fiddle so much with render settings. There almost aren't any. You put up the lights and everthing pretty much is calculated based on real physics. So you can concentrate on the model and the materials. The materials settings differ quite much from "normal" renderers.
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I goota get that program the more i hear about it the more i want it do you know if it has a mac native version> thanks
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