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    Default Caplutta Sogn Benedetg

    Hi all, I´m new in the forum!

    This is a personal work of the Saint Benedict/Sogn Benedetg chapel of Peter Zumthor. I was attracted by the "simplicity", the craft work and poetry that this space has, hallmark of this architect.

    As for the 3D, I started this project many months ago but due to time constraints I could not finish it as I was planning; could not say exactly how long I've been working in total. The tools are 3D Max, Vray and Photoshop (no matte painting here, everything in 3D except for the skys ).


    You can see the complete set on my page: Federico Spoltore / 3D & +

    C & C are always welcome!

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    Default AmAzing!!

    This is professional work. Congratulations! All at a very high level.

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    a-mazing work man !!! keep up the good work.

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    Impressive !! Congrats

    I love your cladding and textures, very realistic !!

    How did you do to place the cladding like that ?
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    Wireframes, wireframes, wireframes...!

    If this is all 3D, it's some of the best I've EVER seen. I too want to know how the hell you did all that tiled cladding... Displacement on each tile (looking at image on your site)? Are you serious?!

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    Brilliant, one of the best sets of renders I've seen.

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    Incredible!!!

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    Thank you all mates! I'm really glad you liked it!

    I will make a making of soon, but meanwhile here are some Wires:













    Bye!
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    Thumbs up True CG Artist

    True CG artist, great job!

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    Very good. I also modeled the St. Benedict Chapel a few weeks ago, but hadn't found time to do some renders. But I did not do the exterior! Modeling and texturing the planks of the floor were a pain, weren't they

    Patrick

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    Very, very impressive work! Looking forward to read Making Of article!
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    amazing work of the very highest calibre! i'm soooooo looking forward to a making-of article on this one. one of zumthor's best works too.
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