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    Default Lake Homes

    Work done long ago. 3DMax, Vray, ps.
    Thanks for the critics and comments.

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    the images are very small but seem feel very good realism, plants over all

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    Tell us more about it... where, what, why? looks very good - has a big vacation feel to it!

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    Cool Like a BoooOOsss !

    wOW....Congrats!!!

    How many days to finish this amazing render?

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    Great looking pictures, really !
    The extremely realistic reflections on the water give all the strength and beauty to these renders.

    May I ask you how did you do the water ? Displacement map ?

    Cheers

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    Thank you all: leelou, GuilhermeMA, YoP3D

    Ronen: Thanks for your interest. I sent you the high definition to your email "[email protected]" since I can not upload them myself.
    Well, it's a project in the city of Pilar, near Buenos Aires, Argentina, which wanted to have some Thai style. Especially in the area of ​​the pool. The rest of the buildings are houses. The compocision was done without any pluggin in particular. One by one in the case of trees. The render settings is normal, with some nice subdivisions. The lighting has a vraydome with hdri for the day and a tiff for enviroment at night or dusk. Render times are on average of 4 hours at 3000 x 1600. With 3 machines not in DR mode. The lake water is a simple normal bump and standard setting for this material. Total working time was about 30 days. I would like to upload some pictures in hd. Thank you all again.

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    More hd renders.

    Thanks to all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jarroyo View Post
    Work done long ago. 3DMax, Vray, ps.
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    what trees are they? are they self-made.

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    xfrog 27: what trees are they? are they self-made.

    Not all. Some are itrees. thanks

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    you cal these HD renders but there are actually pretty small. DOnt you have bigger renders

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    Rombout:
    I upload in HD but are converted automatically to low res.

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    Thanks Ronen and forum for the award "Best Visualization of the Week"
    It is very encouraging for those who are working hard in this fascinating world.
    Thank you again.

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