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    This is a personal project i made to study specific rendering styles like MIR or Luxigon. Camera Angle is inspired by an image by MIR (Moonhyun Towe - Dark Tower).
    The goal was to approach these styles without being exactly the same, trying to get one of my own.
    I began this image in mid-december 2010, i have finished it now.
    I made it on my spare time, and finally achieved a result more like Luxigon kind of work than MIR 's one (i think).



    Update 1 : Another image from the same project, continuing my style study and experimentations.

    Last edited by newke; 04-29-2011 at 03:35 PM. Reason: more images

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    Can't see anything wrong apart from being good! :

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    A ot of information, but managed very well. What rendering engine did you use? Everything is done very well, congratulations!

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    Thanks, i have used photoshop as main rendering engine on this, but there 's some Max/Vray stuff involved. Plus Multiscatter for behind the glasses animation on the towers, and Knoll Light Factory for Spotlights and Flare effects.

    There's a wip thread here on 3DVF, if you understand french language and some wip images:




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    great job! congrats
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    you nailed it, impressive.
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    Thanks kodissimo and troubs :

    I have updated my thread with a new image from the same project :

    http://www.nicolasrichelet.com/img/big/CHIPS_P1.jpg
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    Really nice result!! awesome change from raw render.

    Sorry but what do you mean with the "use of MultiScatter for the animation behind glasses"?

    Good job again!!

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    Thanks peprgb,

    i have used multiscatter to scatter multiple 2D planes through the building levels, mapped with office bitmap, themselves inside a vrayLightMTL.
    I hope this is clear as my english
    Last edited by newke; 05-10-2011 at 05:34 PM.

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    Ok got it, thanks for the reply.

    Again, very nice work!!

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    MIR! great visualization, I have tried to make a render with a MIR style but but no luck (very hard style-especially with the 2d map trees/people blending) I wish you could do some tutorials on this.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Newke, have you ever thought about doing a "making of" for these two images? Just for the photoshop stuff. Would that be possible?

    Both of these pictures are just mind-blowing
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