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Weathering Sol by shirosynth Weathering Sol by shirosynth
Woah where have I been, and where did this 3d art come from.

Good question.
Im growing rather tired of space related themes, and I needed a breakthrough piece into the 3d realm. Ive always wanted to learn it ever since I started 2d art, and its just taken an accumulation of all the skills with playing around with 3dsmax.

This is the first true render scene ive ever done, much less anything in 3d other than some asteroids.
Im sure there are some things not that great about it, but its a start in terms of me expanding my horizons in other media.

Hope you like it.
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Given 2005-06-25
Weathering Sol by ~shirosynth is a render that shows an artist's meticulous attention to detail can make all the difference. ( Featured by bluespeed9 )
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inmc Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Congratulations! :handshake: This picture has been featured in my journal [link]
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MODDEYDOO Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
Hi I love the textures you have achieved and it feels very peaceful ;-)
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shirosynth Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2008  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks! That was back when I did not know what the hell i was doing in 3d.
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:iconmoddeydoo:
MODDEYDOO Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
He he I still don't know much of what I'm doing, but I keep at it, so maybe there is some hope for me yet ;-)
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psion005 Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2007  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Beautiful textures...:+fav: makes me wanna break out 3dsMax once again :peace:

Me--->:alien:
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:iconmiraclexdrug:
miracleXdrug Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2007
great catch of atmosphere
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:iconcelestial-seraphiman:
Celestial-SeraphiMan Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2006   Writer
Very good.
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:iconwaikar3d:
waikar3d Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
nice texturing.
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:icongalilla:
galilla Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2006  Hobbyist Photographer
unbelievable....
my compliments never seen a good work like that
what advanced critique you need? :-)
Alex
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:iconcetix:
Cetix Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow, nice building.
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:icongangstaphish:
gangstaphish Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2005
I'm jealous of the talent! :sniff:
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:iconchanaka:
chanaka Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2005  Professional Interface Designer
nce work
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frostbain Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2005
Er, I've seen that before... don't remember if it was a concept (painting) in your gallery or if I saw you post it somewhere else.

Anyway, this does look really good :) Looks more like a photo than a 3d model as well, which is good. Sorry I can't really give much good critique though ;)
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vvalhallaa Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2005
The textures are beautiful I can almost imagine how the touch is, nice colors and the sky reflected in the almost opened window perfect, congrats for the dd it's a beautiful shot :)
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shirosynth Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
Thank you im glad you like it so much :)
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:iconvvalhallaa:
vvalhallaa Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2005
You're very welcome and I have to say it again I love that shot

Take care :)
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54b Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2005
This is an old render.
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shirosynth Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
yeah i know go figure.
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:iconwaldemar-pfordte:
waldemar-pfordte Featured By Owner Jun 27, 2005   Photographer
excellent, thought it was a photo... WOW!


Congrats on the DD... a couple of days late =)
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LoN-Kamikaze Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
My first thought was that I see this kind of photography way too often.

It's unbelieveable.
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:iconbdjwill:
bdjwill Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
This is some very nice work. Very good job.
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:iconiamtsu:
iamtsu Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2005
whoa..nice comeback.
one complaint, maybe its just me, the wall seems to tilt backwards at the top.
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:iconshakeit:
shakeit Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2005
and wot a comeback! absolutly amazing render! photorealistic! has all the great detailed textures! love teh reflection on that window! awesome work bro!
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:iconthenoper:
theNOPER Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2005
great work!
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:icontrancebliss:
trancebliss Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2005
very artistic compositions and subtle soothing collors...

Congratulations!!
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FreshJive787 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
i have been doing 3d stuff for a while, you get on it and totally violate my skill. bravo.
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:iconthejoyofoats:
TheJoyOfOats Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005   Photographer
whoa. what the hell. I thought this was a photograph. hmm. very well done. :)
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Sebbythefreak Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Professional Filmographer
Wouldn't hurt to see in a different angle... cuz in that way, it could pretty well be a planar with a cool texture =/ looks cool though
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fCKYu Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
This is a gorgeous rendering, I thought it was a photograph at first glance! I admire this type of work a lot simply because it's something I have yet to experiment in, I love it!
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Xeyda Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Hobbyist
This is filled with interesting textures, lines and color. Lovely shot!
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enchanted-black-rose Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The bottom part almost looks like some grungy part of a wall...or something. :lol: And then the top like some new home...with new shutters. Amazing photo. :smooch:
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microwaves Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
The texturization of this scene is absolutely perfect. Weirdly enough, i think there's something wrong with the window part, i don't know what, but it "looks computer" to my eye. perhaps it's the window ... either way, it's a damn great job :clap:
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lemontea Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
Absolutely photorealistic. You've got talent.
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nsfbr Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
I know nothing about this genre (genre? I'm meaning renders, etc.) but I find this amazingly well done. If realism is your goal, know that I've tried to get this realistic a feel and texture to my photographs and succeed rarely to get something that looks this real.

Truly awesome work - stunning for a first work in the style I'd say.
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Karant Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
Really good, I absolutely love the colors. Keep at the good work man.
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sleurope Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
render? wow
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mds Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
looks good, good textures.

crits:

The shadow its too dark, check your GI settings.
The reflection in the window its too high, maybe low a little the IOR of the glass

I dont know if u said before, but it looks like Vray , right?

cheers , keep working!

Mariano
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shirosynth Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
No this was actually just the 3dstudio max render.
I tried doing it in mental ray but it would just crash and crash.
So i just ended up doing that.

I hadnt discovered vray at that time.
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whome Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
Whether it be the pores of the stone wall, the cables stretching out across the wall, or the glare of the sun on the window, the details really bring this picture to life. It's hard to tell if this place is a home or a prison between the paned window and the almost hidden barred window. The glimpse of the sunny day kind of gives us a glimmer of hope onto the otherwise dreary weatherbeaten scene. I'd like to point out that this picture is still two dimensional.. but that's a natural limitation that only sculpture or architecture, etc. could overcome. I still find challenge in trying to mimic reality by creating a fake depth. It's the basics, but it can take forever to master.
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lorock Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005   Interface Designer
HOLY MOTHER OF SHITNESS!
that is the most beautiful texture iv ever seen in my life!!
the model is good too : D

Keep it up
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yeauxArdent Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
amazing detail, I thought this was a photo at first glance. the only thing that put it off, I think, is the lack of shadows on the right corner and the pole... though that might just be me. Keep up the good work and keep trying new things.
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shirosynth Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
no you're right, shadows are missing there.
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DreamsInGreen Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005   Photographer
Thats really cool :D
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ladyofthemyst Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
It looks more realistic than some edits of real photos I have done such as this one [link]

Very good in every way. + fave! :)
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Enpu2 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
I thought it was a photo!

Great job. XD
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HyenaTeeth Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Very good first delve into the 3d realm. I wish mine had been this good =P Brilliant grunge mapping.

Suggestions:

- Lower the bias (Tools > Lightlister) on shadowcasting for the light(s). I can't remember what the default is, but cutting it in half should be good.
- On the larger pipe on the right, it doesn't appear to be casting shadows. I don't know if it's real geometry or not, but if it's a texture, try painting one in there. Really, it should be geometry though. Renderable splines are your friend. :)
- On the smaller wiring, you could probably get away with just drawing/painting in shadows. Or applying a bump map. If you've already got a bumpmap, crank it up a little.
- I'd like to see a counterlight for reflective shadows, actually placed underneath the world, directly opposite of your main light and set to about .2 intensity. I think that'd really kick home the realism.

Hope this helps!

PS - I realize there's nothing in my gallery that lends credibility to my critique, but trust me: I've done this a time or two, lol
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shirosynth Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
No no, thanks for the comment. I've improved alot since I made this (this is almost a year old piece) so its nice to get some other tips.
I mostly work in vray now.
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Kaitrosebd Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
I still can't get over just how much it looks like a photograph. I seriously am having a hard time beleiving this isn't real?
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vkitty9 Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2005
Wait a tic--this is a RENDER?

Whoa.

I commend you on your "excellent attention to detail," and all that jazz. You have skills.
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