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Archicad users Render Gallerys?

Anonymous
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Who would like to see some inpiration material..
AC users post here your gallery or gallery u know...that would give someone some inspiration for their work

i myself would like to see some photrealistic shots
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Djordje
Expert
hydroponik wrote:
Who would like to see some inpiration material..
... should go to http://www.graphisoft.com/community/gallery/

In the Profile, the Talkers usually have the link to their web site. Inspiring!

What I like, is that many of us display CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS! YES!

Djordje



ArchiCAD since 4.55 ... 1995
HP Omen

Anonymous
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Dear Hydro,

Your request inspired me to upload the image section of the old ArchiCONTEST. Many of the links are broken, but the images still work.

http://www.burginger.com/WINNERS.html

Enjoy!

Ben Odonnell
Newcomer
Burginger wrote:
Dear Hydro,

Your request inspired me to upload the image section of the old ArchiCONTEST. Many of the links are broken, but the images still work.

http://www.burginger.com/WINNERS.html

Enjoy!
Thanks for the link.. Some really nice stuff
Ben O'Donnell
Architect and CTO at BIMobject®
Get your BIM objects from bimobject.com

Anonymous
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nice stuff thnx for the link m8

Anonymous
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A few post rendering experiments. Would like to know your reaction, pro or con.


http://buildart.com/EXPPOSTWORK.htm

Anonymous
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Nuther one. Modeled in ArchiCAD, landscape and rendering in Bryce. Waterfalls added in PSP.

http://buildart.com/3DOMEonSHORE.htm

Karl Ottenstein
Moderator
rbissett wrote:
A few post rendering experiments. Would like to know your reaction, pro or con.
Hi Bob,

Great collection of alternatives! Layering effects with different opacities to expose the original … or yet another partially opaque effect is a very effective technique, especially in Photoshop where the opacities can be tweaked as often as desired (along with adjustment layers and layer masks).

1. The blurred composite suggest a nice alternative, but as shown looks like the room would appear through the middle of my trifocals. 😉 I assume you're wanting to simulate depth-of-field. You should mask away part of the blur layer to allow part of the image to be in focus - perhaps from the carpet just this side of the bed to just past the pillow for example. In Photoshop, you would do that in an editable fashion with a mask layer - permitting you to play with the in-focus parts to an unlimited extent. ( I don't know what Paintshop Pro's capabilities are as far as dynamic masking.) Be sure to mask with a soft-edged brush so that the effect is feathered.

Something new in Photoshop CS (8, really) is a new blur mask that varies the amount of bluring according to the greyscale of the mask (alpha), providing variable depth of field as in reality. One of dozens of cool new things in CS over 7.0. You could fake the same thing to an extent by creating several blur layers at different blur amounts and attaching mask layers to each ... but a lot of work.

2. The Guassian noise composite is interesting, however I would still add a layer mask and feather the noise opacity in an interesting way using an irregular brush and a pressure sensitive Wacom tablet to give it a bit of "hand".

The thing I would comment the most about this image is that the noise is uniform throughout - which is what one would expect from Paintshop or Photoshop type applications. If your copy of Piranesi has arrived yet, do a similar noisy application that is attached to the surfaces ... note how Piranesi's depth-awareness allows the noise to have perspective according to the surfaces it is applied to ... the walls will look like the noise is applied to them and not as an overlay of the entire image. May not be what you want of course!

3. Starting to get more interesting, IMHO – and showing your experience as a fine artist on the orange wall of the 'impasto' filter image. Again, I think you would be impressed with how much more realistic and accurate your brush strokes might be with a Wacom tablet and Piranesi. On the other hand, I just got a copy of Corel Painter 8 – partly because it was on a cheap upgrade sale – but mostly because it ‘understands’ watercolor, oil, etc … down to being able to have your watercolor washes bleed into each other as in real life. You specify the wetness of a brush and the paper, have a tool to ‘dry’ things, or to spray the paper with water, etc. Oil brushes look like oil.

4. Gouche and colored pencil are nice!

5. Silkscreen … Architectural Batik? Way 60’s, man!

6. Pastel – perhaps my favorite…if you play with the depth of field a bit.


Lots of fun seeing your experiments … always fun to see how the same image can evoke a different feeling by post-work.

Enjoy!

Karl
One of the forum moderators   •   AC 25 USA and earlier   •   MacOS 11.6.2, iMac Pro

Anonymous
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Modeled in Archicad, rendered in Maya.

just want some input

Anonymous
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keithg wrote:
Modeled in Archicad, rendered in Maya.

just want some input
Super! Really tells the story. Might fix the washout on the table top. What is that stair step thing in the black area?

Gorazd
Contributor
Hi all.

Here you can find some renderings from Slovenian ArchiCAD users gathered by Slovene ArchiCAD distributor. Rendering engine is usualy Artlantis or Electric Image. Although the site is in Slovene language you can browse through menu javni objekti (public buildings), poslovni objekti (commercial buildings), stanovanjski objekti (appartmets) and drugi objekti (others). Hope you will find something usefull.

http://www.pilon-lr.si/pilon/skupnost/galerija/javni

Regards

Gorazd Rajh
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Gorazd Rajh

AC 25, i9, 32 GB RAM, nvidia RTX 2070, Win 10

Jacques Toerien
Participant
Djordje wrote:
hydroponik wrote:
Who would like to see some inpiration material..
... should go to http://www.graphisoft.com/community/gallery/

In the Profile, the Talkers usually have the link to their web site. Inspiring!

What I like, is that many of us display CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS! YES!

Construction Documents...? Under which month?

-Jacques.
2012 13" Macbook Pro 8GB Ram, OS X 10.14.6
2010 Mac Pro 2x 6 Core 2.93Ghz Xeon, 48Gb Ram, OS X 10.14.6, RX 580

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Djordje
Expert
Jacques wrote:
Construction Documents...? Under which month?
Was there before the revamp ... However, many people have it on their Web pages.
Djordje



ArchiCAD since 4.55 ... 1995
HP Omen

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