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    Im far from the 3d by long time... Now, im back!!. This scene is a study of cloths. I wanted to make a dark scene, using natural and artificial light and high contrast. The ambient is an old place converted to a Bedroom...
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    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto_diagonal.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto_dog.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto_frontal.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto_poltronas.jpg
    http://zancanaro.com/arquivos/quarto_puf.jpg

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    Amazing quality for the cloth.
    the cloth is modeled by you or its made in Marvelous Designer?

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    I remember seeing some WIPs of this scene on facebook a while ago and they looked very good even then! I have the same question as rodut1112 about the cloth...

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    some of the best interior rendering set i ever saw... physic simulation (clothes, books) / material / lighting, everything is perfect and looks very natural.. top notch work !
    chromatic aberration looks too strong to my taste though...i m sure renderings would looks even better without it !
    Congratulation, this is a master piece.

    ps: i would love to know more about how you achieved such a great physic simulation for the books ( it seems that they are bending just like real ones with gravity)
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    Quote Originally Posted by matt View Post
    some of the best interior rendering set i ever saw... physic simulation (clothes, books) / material / lighting, everything is perfect and looks very natural.. top notch work !
    chromatic aberration looks too strong to my taste though...i m sure renderings would looks even better without it !
    Congratulation, this is a master piece.

    ps: i would love to know more about how you achieved such a great physic simulation for the books ( it seems that they are bending just like real ones with gravity)

    Tk stks my friend!! About aberration, a lot of persons tel me: "it isnt realistic".. but i want to share some real photos made by me.. using a good lens from canon... This is the original images, no ps.. pls check it...

    About th books, i use MassFX from max 2012. I just put the books on theirs positions. And than i model the bends by hand hehehe...


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    Congrats mate, very nice and cool work.

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    Wow love those pictures !!

    I agree that there's a lot of CA on the first image, but it doesn't shock me actually. With the depth of field and this particular point of view it works pretty well !

    Congratulations these are some masterpieces !

    Ps: I've seen your tutorials about wood on your blog, do you always work that way? I mean with only black/white wood mask with mixed solid colors.
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    Amazing work and great detail!!
    I definitely need working on cloths, it never really works that great in max..

    Do you mind share what program/plug-in you used?

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    Great work, good mood, details are really nice,
    Keep up!

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    Great work.No comments
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    Really amazing work, Ramon. The quality of your renderings and the amount of detail you put on them are always inspiring. Parabéns, meu velho! (Congrats, mate!)

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    I really like the mood in this one.
    How did you map the brick walls on corners?did you unwrap it?

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