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Great images Mouton. It's nice to see more fellow Archicad users in the community. I personally recommend Archicad for architectural modelling- lot's of parametric objects like windows, doors, beams, etc. really fast and pretty good as a base model for further tweaking in 3d max, Cinema... Of course models from Archicad tend to have some bugs (like hidden or doubled surfaces) but it saves a lot of time for me, everyday.

ps. I don't know how you get anything done living in a place like that :)

2 years ago on Making of House Roces

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I'm second for the second time... :) Thanks for including my work in here and congratulations for the winner!

2 years, 2 months ago on model+model Submitted Image Winner / Giona Andreani

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Hey. I'd like to use Growfx for some heavy tree growing ;) I'm amazed by it's potential and would like to get my hands on a full version.

2 years, 3 months ago on Winner Announced: Exlevel GrowFX Giveaway

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Personally I like sofas and free models section- some nice time savers when it comes to filling your scene with "life".

2 years, 3 months ago on Winner Announced: Designconnected Giveaway

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beautiful imagery. Congratulations for all mentioned above and to the winner.

3 years, 1 month ago on DesignConnected Submitted Image Winner / Joseph Skowron

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Such news- what a great way to start a week :) Thank You very much!

Kind regards,

Jakub

3 years, 2 months ago on VizPeople Submitted Image Winner

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Hey kiernan.may,

For daylight I used Standard Direct Light and Vraysky- I tweaked the sky to give me a deep blue colour. I have some bluish colour in white balance slot in Vray Physical Camera and I use Reinhard with 0,3 Burn Value too.

For dusk images I used a technique learned from the great Ronen :):

http://www.ronenbekerman.com/making-of-ms-house-at-dusk-part-2/

Kind regards,

Jakub

3 years, 2 months ago on Dune Apartments by Jakub Gramczynski

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Hi again,

There's a new video for you:

http://www.vimeo.com/28586808

Kind regards,

Jakub

3 years, 2 months ago on Dune Apartments by Jakub Gramczynski

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Hey,

Sorry for the delay- just posted some Archicad views form the project.

Kind regards,

Jakub

3 years, 2 months ago on Dune Apartments by Jakub Gramczynski

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Congratulations Andreas!! Fully deserved prize- a great way to make a model+model showcase. As it is probably obvious, I didn't do my piece only for this competition, just tried to snatch the prize with something already done:)

3 years, 2 months ago on model+model Submitted Image Winner / Andreas Hummel

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Thanks again for the oportunity to share this with you. Planning to share some more "dune stuff" very soon...

3 years, 2 months ago on Dune Apartments by Jakub Gramczynski

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@legolasarq Sure thing, will post it on the forum thread first thing on Monday :)

3 years, 2 months ago on Dune Apartments by Jakub Gramczynski

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Hey!

Thank God for designconnetced ;) I personally love their level of detail and that they have a great colletion of free models. And now they offer Tripp Trapp chair for free. Yay! That's my favourite furniture piece. Thank you!

Kind regards

3 years, 3 months ago on DesignConnected Giveaway

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Hey! Great giveaway. I really like volume 9 - lighting collection. I'm looking forward to seing some great images :)

3 years, 3 months ago on CGAxis Giveaway

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I forgot to give my types, so here they are:

1_38

2_35

3_12

4_07

...and all the rest ;)

3 years, 3 months ago on Winner Announced: model+model Giveaway

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Hey!

I would have to go with the Interior Lights volume.

I just want to say that model+model has one of the best quality models- both material and meshwise. They render fast and beautiful :)

3 years, 4 months ago on Winner Announced: model+model Giveaway

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Thank You Ronen for two years of constant knowledge and excitement delivery. For your blog's 2nd birthday, I wish for myself that You just keep on doing what you're doing :)

Good luck!

3 years, 4 months ago on Happy Birthday Month!

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