Here's a more textured version of the virtual studio. Any constructive critique would be most welcome, thanks - Louis.
very cool work
Nice greenscreen setup!
very nice, how long do u work for this result ?
Pretty sick dude!
ho ho ho nice wrk dude
Wow awesome studio. Now i want to work in a studio like that.
WOW! This is intense. Like this one more than the untextured version. Keep up the good work!
Is that cubase?
awsome work !!
WOW WOW WOW WOW
I just realized something. If they have a large format printer like that, they need at least one large table, probably other then the round conference one, to lay the prints flat on while they dry. The table would also work well for inspecting the prints. Depending on what they are used for. Alternatly they could be hanging the prints up to dry. I used to work at a fine art reproduction prints shop, and when we printed something that big, it had to be layed out for a while to dry, preferably flat other wise the paper warps because its wet.
omg we have one of those huge printers in school, I go to a voc school and I'm in the Graphic Communications shop and we have a printer like that, I mean we use it very rarely...but we have one! ( I know I said that about three times lol)
Ahaha it's so cute, and it's almost like the sims but not. That is really clever I must say. Not much to critique on, at least on my part, because I can't do that sort of stuff, but it's still really cool.
Wow, pretty good work
too cool... is it approved...
Hahaha awesome, if only "The Sims" looked that good.
Perfect, except, ever sinced I noticed the floor texture is recurring it kinda bugs me when I look at it. Also, no idea where the spotlights on the wall prints are coming from, maybe stick small lights above the prints? Otherwise, Perfect.
yeah definitely odd that there's no actual lamps over the prints, I'll have to add those and was thinking of re-making the floor as I rendered at 5400x3600 and that's the only texture that didn't hold up, being that it's stretched quite a lot. Thanks for the feedback
Nice, I want a studio like that