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    So here I'm the only one who never done such kind of things..

    70% photoshop 30% 3d is it right?

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    This challenge is a great idea! Looks like the real life...
    Newke, how can you do that in 5 hours?!? Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by newke View Post
    Here's my first 5 hours preview (not finished). I hope to go forward on another view this weekend, not sure as i'm busy on another project now.
    I plan to add peoples, trees, blocks, and enlarge the view on the left.
    Great opening start!

    I like the mood very much and look forward to see more
    The offices at night with light inside will make the black & white parts mix... for now I see you didn't touch the dark ares.

    Cheers

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    Thanks Matt ^^

    I have used what i learned working on my previous project (#AP002T & CHIPS). I'm now more famliar with this kind of workflow.

    And photoshop is a very fast renderer. I don't imagine the time it would take to fill & light those buildings with 3D assets... This means that if you have never worked with this kind of workflow, it's not very easy because you need a lot of 2D assets : cutout trees, skies, peoples, shoppings, ...
    If you don't have that ready in your hands, you have to take the time to search and get them.

    There's some good stuff like that on the Vyonix website (download section)

    My 3D render, very basic as you can see, render time 6 minutes in 4000*3000px
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    Thanks Ronen,

    I will make something for the black part, don't what exactl, maybe subtle lights, but i will avoid to mix white and black parts.

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    Here's my first preview too (i don't really know what is the time of rendering), not finished...
    I'll try too put somme peoples and some stuff to create a moovement on the picture.
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    wow I just saw the newke wip, we had similar mood in mind.

    of course I prefer much better your concept.
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    Hi Javier, good job ! Maybe your office and shopping lighting is a bit strong.
    It seems we are sharing the same technics and mind ^^
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    Quote Originally Posted by newke View Post
    Hi Javier, good job ! It seems we are sharing the same technics and mind ^^
    Indeed, but you dominate this technique, I just saw your portfolio, Amazing!

    About the lights, your are right, I better tune them down a bit. thanks.
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    Nice Javi I see you go for the architectural vertical lines correction - I'm like that too... but starting to think again about it.

    To many times, when showing such cameras to clients, they get confused - It's like the brain is over correcting what they see and it seems wider on top or with curvature...

    I'm considering what I think is right vs. what seems to feel right

    Wondering what others here feel about it?

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    yeah i had a little time thinking if go with vertical correction or not, so at the end i did some manual correction because the automatic guess totally distorted the view. Anyway it seems that you've read my mind because im still struggling with it.

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    Fantastic job Javier and Newke, I hope that in a few moments to upload my image.

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