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    Itís been a little while since I last posted images from fully-formed project. So here are two series I finished quite a while back and never really found the time to upload. Both are personal interpretations of existing buildings: Haus M, near Munich, by Titus Bernhard Architekten and residÍncia em aldeia da serra, Brasil, by MMBB Arquitetos.
    As always, the modeling was done in 3ds Max and the rendering in Vray. No special technique employed that would be worth mentioning, except perhaps that Haus M was initially developed to stress-test the Brix plugin, which I found very useful and robust.
    Attached are a few examples and here are the links to the set1 and set2.
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    Great Job.
    If u're planning to open a training course in the future... I will be the first one to register!

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    brilliant bertrand


    i think the exterior closeups posted in your flickr-set for house M do this projekt more justice than your posted one here.
    allthough its technically perfect as ever, those are the ones which make this project one-of-a-kind

    stunning

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    Remarkable work one again B.

    I love them all and impressed with how BRIX comes out in the haus M project. Did you use library materials as is or created brand new with it?

    The last image you post here - the haus M long shot could use some direct sunlight... it is rather gloomy as you chose to show it.

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    Thanks guys.
    Granted, Ronen, the last shot is perhaps a bit underwhelming. It has a bit of sunshine but definitely not enough to lift it off the page.
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    Interior shots are amazing.But exterior posts effects are disturb me, to much color grading.

    Good works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBB3 View Post
    Thanks guys.
    Granted, Ronen, the last shot is perhaps a bit underwhelming. It has a bit of sunshine but definitely not enough to lift it off the page.
    I don't know why, but it looks like a scale model photo to me now that i look at it again... which is kind of cool :-)

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    Ronen: I used the advanced version of the Brix plugin with my own bitmaps. I used it for the outside walls, the stone floor inside the house, and the wood parquet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBB3 View Post
    Ronen: I used the advanced version of the Brix plugin with my own bitmaps. I used it for the outside walls, the stone floor inside the house, and the wood parquet.
    Amazing implementation... Looks so good :-)

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    Very nice work like the interiors best . How do you get the nice soft shadows ? Vray lights at the windows ?
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    Wow... just don't know how you guys do it? I'm surely not using the right workflow/ software. Give me some pointers please for achieving such realism... Please!!

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    Default outstanding..

    jaws dropped..looking forward for Your next post =)))..

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