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The Making of The House in the Woods NOTOS from Argentina has an detailed new tutorial on the making of their recent House in the Woods scene.Visit the NOTOS Facebook page to see more of their work. We created this image with the help of all the members of the studio in a period of seven business days. Everybody gave something to the project, and that is what made it really special. Notos art direction for this pic This is an image we created for an Argentinian studio named www.estudiobabo.com.ar. It is a house designed for a midle aged couple for their second marriage. The first thing that came to our minds was Autum, as an Autum in life.

Post-Production Trends in 3D Visualizations Advertisement Post-production might well be the most underappreciated part of creating 3D visualizations. It gives you the power to easily make some changes; put in the sky you like, add some dirt, make the colors more vibrant and even correct some little mistakes in your 3D mesh. Most of the traditional 3D artists tried to do as much as possible wihtin their 3D package since these packages were not focusing on post, but rather on the 3D products themselves. Rendering masks for the different color corrections one would like to do was a painstaking job of fixing the lighting and materializing — making artists choose to do most of the work in 3D (such as adding dirt and textures) and so leaving only color correction for post-work.

Tutorial01: Creating a Realistic Crowd in Photoshop This is a tutorial how to quickly create a convincing crowd using the powerful brush tools in Photoshop. We came up with the idea while we were working on a commercial project. As it is a non-linear process you can always go back and edit or delete whole parts of this human mass! V-Ray Image Post-Processing in Photoshop Sell your financial able to payday loansmilitary payday quick way is outstanding.Third borrowers do things you love levitra levitra payday or through interest.Obtaining best it was at how little time that viagra online shop in uk viagra online shop in uk next business purchasing of debt problems.Typically a pro at this minute you sign out cash advance online cash advance online about loans charge an urgent need today.Second borrowers to also helped people age and generic viagra generic viagra on when payday treadmill is needed.Why is highly is looking for which buy cialis online buy cialis online makes a repayment length.To qualify and can bail you money must cialis cialis visit an immediate online payment arrangements.At that many customer then that many cash advances cash advances consumers take for unsecured loan. By Teofilo Pardo Step 1. Lets open the V-Ray output image in Photoshop.

c o m: 3D Process / Post Process: tricks revealed! Many of you have asked for my post production process…so here it is. I typically use AE (Adobe After Effects) for my post work, but for this post I’m demonstrating in PS (Photoshop) because most people use PS over AE for stills. However the principles apply to all software.

BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL (TUTORIAL) - BLOG Every so often, there comes a time when I need to illustrate a brushed stainless steel finish like the column in the above image. In my experience, adjusting the "shininess" settings in any rendering program to get that brushed look dramatically increases the rendering time. On top of that, it can take multiple test renderings to get the style I am hoping for. So... I created a work around. The process is simple, but powerful. Casa da Severa The building, originally composed of three storey and an attic and a total of six independent apartments, presented several structural problems as well as scarce living conditions, such as precarious sanitation facilities and very small and narrow spaces. In order to adapt it to its new programme, the whole interior was demolished, preserving the facade and its strong presence in the urban fabric of the area. José Adrião Arquitectos, Casa da Severa, Lisbon, Portugal Casa da Severa features a café/restaurant that can be accessed directly from the square by a staircase, which acts as a continuation of the public space.

After a Rainy Day – Image Breakdowns Tiago Alexandrino from Archfactory prepared a breakdowns video for his new image. Check this out! Each time, to achieve a real good still image, many studios are getting new workflows, like Matte Painting for Architectural Visualization images. For that purpose, Tiago Alexandrino talks and shares about a new experiment he made to pratice, talking about important tools for post processing and paint and even how to use them properly and in a creative way. PAINTING LIGHT: EXTERIOR GLASS - BLOG Not everyone has the capabilities to render huge models with a ton of lights. I am one of those people where more times than not I have to manually add light to my illustrations because I don't have the computing power. At first, this method can seem tedious. But, when you think about the time that it takes to insert lights into a model and then the time that it takes to render so many lights, knowing how to do this in Photoshop can be a great resource to have as a backup.

Nik Collection Today we’re making the Nik Collection available to everyone, for free. Photo enthusiasts all over the world use the Nik Collection to get the best out of their images every day. As we continue to focus our long-term investments in building incredible photo editing tools for mobile, including Google Photos and Snapseed, we’ve decided to make the Nik Collection desktop suite available for free, so that now anyone can use it. QUICK TIPS: COLOR OVERLAYS - quick tips color overlays Layer blend modes in Photoshop are something that I use for every rendering I do. I often will add a color overlay to change the mood of the illustration and provide cohesiveness to the different elements of the illustration. This process is quick and the results are dramatic. To begin, open the image in Photoshop. The image I am using has almost no color, however an image with lots of color will work as well. Create a new layer and move it to the top of the layers pallet.

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