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Fulcrum furniture from Sven Christiansen

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Comment by wrts5200510 on June 22, 2013 at 9:37pm
Comment by wrts5200510 on June 22, 2013 at 9:31pm

Very nice!Excuse me, how long this map rendering

Comment by Suso on October 26, 2010 at 3:17am
Perfect!!
Comment by akinlolu olugboji on October 19, 2010 at 8:41am
So we look forward to that too. A gloosy wood finish use these base values and further modify to suit your needs. Brush aluminium metal, this this and that.
Comment by Peter Milner on October 19, 2010 at 6:30am
The lighting is pretty much "out of the box".
The only changes I made were cloudiness 0.3 and sky saturation 0.4.
The secret is in the materials - the right amount of softness to reflections, angular blend, non-repeating textures and surface finish.
You have to think about how a material looks in the real world and then use all the tools to simulate that.
Comment by Carlos Sieiro on October 19, 2010 at 6:26am
I agree with the last comment, of course, your level of knowledge and application of NXT is a teacher, and I also agree that we would be grateful as we follow the learning process to prepare a detailed brief tutorial from the advanced use according to your nxt and postproduction experience with photoshop.

Greetings
Comment by akinlolu olugboji on October 19, 2010 at 6:07am
That is why we say gurus like you and others ought to add step by step tutorials to achieving a preset output and one we could have combine efforts of webinars.
Comment by Peter Milner on October 19, 2010 at 1:25am
There were 2 issues with this render using Pathtracer:
1. I had to Photoshop out lots of tiny white specks.
2. I used the AR image editor to add glare, but it creates a very pixelated (almost cubist) haze which I had to blur in Photoshop.
Comment by Kevin Lockwood on October 18, 2010 at 1:56pm
What a GREAT image Peter (as usual).
I did notice an odd (artifact) over the armrest of the left chair. Really only noticeable when zoomed full size.
Comment by Alejandro Testa on October 18, 2010 at 12:16pm
Someday I will learn, so I can make this kingd of images. :-)

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OYEBANJI EMMANUEL posted a photo

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This is a remake of one of Peter Milner's scenes. I dont have the file. I photo-matched it in sketchup and rendered in nxt render for autocad.I just retouched it and increased the resolution.
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OYEBANJI EMMANUEL posted a photo

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This is a remake of one of Peter Milner's renders.I dont have the file. I photo-matched the scene in sketchup and rendered with nxt render in autocad.I replicated it.
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OYEBANJI EMMANUEL posted a photo

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An office render i did recently.Critics and comments are welcome.Its one of the frames of a walkthrough animation i did recently.I used sketchup to model, exported to autocad and rendered with nxt render.
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Good day Sir,I want to know the number of people that would be interested in a nxt render course because i plan to create one.Please send me a prompt reply if you are interested.Just sayHi am in.Checkout a walkthrough i just created recently with nxt render for autocad after modelling in sketchup and then post-producing in photoshop.…See More
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OYEBANJI EMMANUEL replied to N` Goraw's discussion ACCURENDER NXT FOR WALKTHROUGHS
"Good day Sir, Hope this message meets you well. I just completed a short walkthrough of an office. Its down here https://drive.google.com/file/d/1L4p5Iyiq5MiSK137UT1eH3POuiI5ZLDA/view?usp=drive_link"
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"Is comotion still om progres? I need to make some moving parts in NXT!!"
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"Ok, give me couple of days, I'll try to work out the video tutoriał with mapping procedure. For free.. :) Regards, Maciej"
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