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    residential development norway

    hay

    some renders from a porject done last year using lightwave and
    octane render. hope you like


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    nice work, congrats! ;-)
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    I like it a lot, nice work.
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    Hay

    Thanks guy's!! Appreciate it

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardo View Post
    hay

    some renders from a porject done last year using lightwave and
    octane render. hope you like


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    https://www.behance.net/richardoqu37cf
    Beautiful work, worthy of walking us through some of the details regarding what you did and how ...

    Just goes to show how viable LW is even at version 11 in the hands of someone who knows what he's doing

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    Gungho3d. Is there something in particular you are wondering about and that I can elaborate on?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardo View Post
    Gungho3d. Is there something in particular you are wondering about and that I can elaborate on?
    Hmm, wasn't thinking about anything specific, probably more like each render tells a story beyond simply achieving the brief itself.

    The end results are very easy on the eyes, I suppose my curiosity was simply along the lines of: what were the challenges or how you went about thinking through each shot ... which is probably not fair to ask you to elaborate at length :-)

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    Very nice works. I like the harbor shot the most. I don't know if those bright red pants in the second image are a good idea. Also, I would take down the glares on the ball lamps in the third image a bit.
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    Nice.
    Only remark: On some walls there are light effects looking like being created with IES profiles but I don't see lamps where the light could come from?

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    Very nice shots, it is a pity to have IES lights withouts the spotslight. I guess you did not have the time to place them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pixym View Post
    Very nice shots, it is a pity to have IES lights withouts the spotslight. I guess you did not have the time to place them.

    yes i should probably add them now for my portfolio....client didnt want them to show in the final images....

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    Ah ! This kind of request from client is so funny ^_^
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