Tuesday, December 05, 2006
Here is the most interesting output from me for exterior architecture rendering. This time i'm exploring myself to sun light behaviour and to understand hardly bout the cad drawing produced by my architect client. Surprisingly..its quite easy and joy during the process. :) More exterior rendering coming soon...
Posted by Mannspider at 11:34 PM
Monday, November 13, 2006
Sunday, September 17, 2006
Its been known for me and become my favourite to produce the residential / housing rendering instead of boring office scenes. Here i spent my 4 days fairly with my routines works as SISB staff and managed to come out with this output. Simply done in Vray 1.5 & CS2 for colour correction. Not detail enough due to time constraint.
Each rendering cost me 1h & 30 min approx. and sure more hours to come when clients need to amend.. :(
Posted by Mannspider at 10:47 PM
Recently i knew this bunch of guys and it seems for me a new blood for the future or Malaysian 3D artist / Designer. They are talented, informatives, young and tonned of ideas!
So i decided to put one of their digital image in my rendering composition. Kinda a tribute or something....Hope u like it.
Posted by Mannspider at 10:22 PM
Friday, August 25, 2006
Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Its kinda my own album of try and error 3D works for make myself more creatives & familiar with vray interface, shaders & lighting settings. Have a look.....
Posted by Mannspider at 8:51 PM
Friday, May 26, 2006
Thursday, March 30, 2006
- Room rendering - The magic shows in SimCloth by Chaos Groups
- Box rendering - How i like the camera flash effects... :)
Nope....this is not showing u how i wasted my freeee time during working hours.. Just to show u guys..how lucky i'm learning the existance of vray by my own initiatives...Definately vray has its own fun...Thanks to evermotion.org
Posted by Mannspider at 3:05 PM
Wednesday, March 29, 2006
This is my latest rendering involving a few technique of Post production ( Adobe Photoshop CS ) and 3D Studio Max generally with Vray initially. The main wireframe is not mine. Architect gave it to me....and rendering basically took around 1-1 and half hour each with 1gb ram.
Here is the images....
Posted by Mannspider at 12:41 PM