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Border-Free Model Home and Museum 1 by omerty Border-Free Model Home and Museum 1 by omerty
This is a Model House and museum for disabled people which is planned to be built in Konya/Turkey. The Project is made possible by World Disabled Foundation. Project Coordinator is Architect Assistant Proffesor Dr. Evren Burak Enginöz.

used 3ds max and vray. Added sky and tone mapping in Photoshop.

EDIT: added grass in PS. used clone stamp and filter effects. it turned out better than i expected. much faster than rendering grass btw
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davens07 Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012  Student Interface Designer
nice design...nice character :)
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omerty Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
thank you :)
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irshadkarim Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011  Student Digital Artist
The structure looks absolutely amazing, and the lighting is gorgeous. I've only got two qualms with the piece, though, one being the secondary textures (grass, sidewalk, road, although it's pretty obvious that none of these were the focus of the piece) and the second being the motion blur on the cars. I know you're trying to simulate motion, but the blurring seems to make it feel out of place - like it's going much faster than would be realistic on a small street like that.

Aside from that, great work!
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omerty Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks for your creative comment Irshad :) Yes exactly, secondary textures were not important but the most important thing is I had like a week to model and render the whole thing. In order to do this, I had to sacrifice on those details.

About the motion blur: In a sunny exterior scene like this, the aperture settings on the camera makes it impossible to see the cars blurry even if they are going too fast, you're right but this is an architectural rendering and we are always inclined to blur out or turn the opacity down on things that are not wanted to be seen as they were in real life because the important thing is the structure AND these things -people,cars etc.- are always in motion, this is why they are blurred out. You can see more blurry people on my gallery :) . but you get what i mean. i wish i could explain this in my own language lol :)

Thanks again and you're a very talented artist I must say :) Loved your gallery!
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