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The bathroom
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Published: March 3, 2006
© 2006 - 2019 cuatrod
here is the second interior design work I have made to keep studying light and materials, done in 3dsmax with maxwell render.
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ponnie's avatar
Hey, do you mind if I post this on my tumblr? I'll definitely credit you! If you're not alright with that, it's fine :)
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cuatrod's avatar
Sure, thanks :D
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Al-Kabeer's avatar
Excellent work… Keep it up!
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shufflng|Student Writer
I really like the repetition of lines and the smoothness of the entire piece. It will help immensely in my current endeavor. I hope the clarity you've achieved here will help emphasize clarity in the piece which I will juxtapose to it and entertain any who come about where I place it and pay you the respects you deserve for your achievement with this piece.

Before scrolling to submit the comment, I had no idea it had been a daily deviation. Congratulations.
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kropped's avatar
Amazing image!
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invader-star|Hobbyist General Artist
could i use this as a backround for my picture
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cuatrod's avatar
Sure, if ull tagg me, no problem.
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invader-star|Hobbyist General Artist
okay i will
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ratherbelaughing|Hobbyist Digital Artist
woah woah hold on.
thats a painting?! wow.... thats amazing
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cuatrod's avatar
Hehhe, 3d, thanks.
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chibi-chibit|Student Digital Artist
Love the entire thing :D though certain areas on the tiles for the floor and walls, where the texture is wrapped over isn't as smooth and the reflection is slightly cut off.

The tiles near the left side below the vase and the wall, and the tile beside the mirror.

But other than that, I really like how all the materials balance out :)
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cuatrod's avatar
Thanks a lot, U r right about ur comments :D
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chibi-chibit|Student Digital Artist
:heart: np hun :)
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jano89's avatar
whitch render used vray ?
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cuatrod's avatar
In this one, maxwel.
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nikkaroo|Student General Artist
i thought this was a photo!! stunning work. i wish my bathroom looked half as good as this! :D
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hehe thanks :D
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Poligla|Student Photographer
I can't believe, it's not real. Nice!
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SnappingSausage|Hobbyist General Artist
Wow, so realistic ;o
Thought it was a photo first
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Hera-of-Stockholm's avatar
Really impressive, especially that sink! :clap:
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tritube|Professional Interface Designer
awesome dude!


but im still dont get it.

i download the 1.7 version of maxwell render(i can give you too)

what now? i dont see "Maxwell render" in "Assain render" (where i choose the render engine..)

Dude your answer means a lot for me.
i will appreciate it for ever!

Thanks !
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