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    Hi all! Obviously I'm in!
    The theme of this challenge is great.. Can't wait to start
    See you soon!

    Final timelapse video:
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    Hello! I'm playing with the model of the musem looking for some nice point of view.. I really like this one that I rendered just for fun (and converted in B&W cause I like the mood that gave at this view).. Probably I'll try to improve this POV as prop image for the finals..

    ps. If you didn't know yet, I love wide angle lenses, as you will see in my next points of views

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    Nice one... B&W does fit the NNG very much. That roof underside has some 'bird countermeasures" When you look up closely... Very funny to see nets and spikes on a mies masterpiece that's life I guess


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    You're right, I've seen in the reference photos that there are 'birds countermeasures" I'll add this detail to the model soon..

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    I'm planning to put inside the Gallery some curved perforated panels with plastic tubes inserted in the holes. This way shows how the light is modulated by sinuous shapes.

    Here some reference images (an installation made in Mantova, the city where I live):
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    Hello everyone! Unfortunately I had very little time to work on this challenge. So I abandoned the previous idea. I decided to focus on the presentation of architectural details with an elegant photographic manner. I'll do the most of the work in post production, because there's not so much time remaining! These are the points of view that I'm thinking to present:
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    I'm adding some little details to the models. Cobwebs!!
    Any tips about the materials of the cobweb? I'll try with a glass like material..

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterguthrie View Post
    looking very nice Giona!
    Thanks Peter!
    I'm using your HDRI 1044 Overcast Sun for the last image

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    This is a test for a short timelapse video that I would like to use as an extra for this challenge.
    Hope to finish in time! 10 hours for render this 6 seconds video... crazy


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    Beautiful Giona ! At the same time, I am sad, because I have similiar stuff in cuff :- D Btw, 10 hours for that (fullHD) is quite good time. Mind sharing what SL you put in per frame ?

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    the timelapse is very beautiful! I also like the cobwebs a lot. I think glass is the right start maybe some sss? and playing with the index of refraction? I found a web material on maxwell render recources. Dont know how good it is, but it may serve as a starting point

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