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    **UPDATE** got v-ray now to learn how to use it and smash out a model in 13 days :P

    i use mental ray and brix does not work.....that hurts
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    Default I am in :)

    I'll try and get a submission ready in time, looks like fun!

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    Hey all... not much time left on this one, as well as the other 2 giveaways :

    Winner Announced: DesignConnected Giveaway ? 3D Architectural Visualization Rendering Blog – Ronen Bekerman
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    Hi all, i was working with Brix really are beautiful all materials.
    Here I give you a fast forward what I'm preparing hope you like it. Hopefully can finish it on time.
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    Sorry, but do not know how to do, so my pictures can be seen in its original size, which is 1200x800px.

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    Default another entry ;)

    hi,
    here's another exterior. Since this is a 'bricks-challenge' i thought i would try it with a classical bricks-exterior...didn't do this kind of architecture for a long time now...
    i love the situation, where the sky is already flooded with heavy loaded clouds but the sun manages it the last time to break through them to light up the environment, its a kinda surreal situation to me and i tried to capture this moment...
    roof, walls, gates, shutters and cobblestones are made with brix lite
    hope you like it
    cheers

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    Great images! keep them coming... :-)

    How do you like BRIX and the way it works by the way? any insight so far?

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    Nice work people i will try to do my best to get my image finished in time. Alot of things to do right now

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    Brix really works great, you do not have to worry about, but that by choosing the material, Brix really does everything and uses almost no memory. And it is perfect. I would love to be able to access other materials Brix for my work, they are really helpful.
    Also, I'm doing with a Brix Lite work for a client and the truth is very happy with the results.

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    Also trying to get something ready to post, under a pretty tight schedual with my course, but hopefully it will get done if i do not get everything modeled i will still post to get some crit. Brix is a very useful tool, not memorey intensive at all and the customization is amazing... relaly a great tool.

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    Default Copper house

    So this is what iam working on for this challange. Some details left to do though. I was able to get some really nice pattern for the house with brix really a great plugin. Also the stonewall is brix.
    Sorry for my halfrenderd image
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    I like the atmosphere, and the idea of the facade design.
    As far as I see or I may allow myself a comment, you need the rest a little detailing work, as you've noted.

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