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Published: October 23, 2012
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I'd put the year at about 2024

*Updated with final revision.

Notes: So this render took 12 hours on a 16 core machine, I'd hate to have seen it render on my old workstation. The settings are incredibly high to eliminate noise in the frosted glass, though some of it still came through with the color/contrast fixes. Thanks for all your pointers on what worked and what didn't, it's been a real help in realizing the final version. It's not much, but a respectable piece for my portfolio. Cheers.
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Laggtastic's avatar
LaggtasticProfessional General Artist
Home sweet home...:D
You got a serious machine to render this man, I wish I could own such a machine some day^^
However it's working perfectly, cause this looks realy amazing man:)
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shtlProfessional Digital Artist
dang I want that screen !!!!
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WOW this is outstanding !! I love the TV , I can see quite a few changes from the previous version ....I don't remember the car being there ! ........all in all stunning piece :D
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Klaudio2UStudent Digital Artist
This simple and clean version looks great!

I'm glad to see such great work with c4d/VRay (and many more in your gallery) since i choose to learn it instead of 3ds max or maya. This motivates me a lot!

Keep the good work! ;)
10xTAGx01's avatar
beautiful! i love this place. i could definitely be comfortable calling this my home!
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sanfranguyProfessional Digital Artist
Me too.
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levent1132Professional Interface Designer
böyle ev mi olur mk?
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Klaudio2UStudent Digital Artist
Looks great!
I would remove those big speakers and put some other that are tall, thinner, modern, these:
or like this tall ones on the sides

..but it does look awesome as it already is! ;)
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sanfranguyProfessional Digital Artist
I like the speakers, but I feel like others have said, that perhaps they're slightly too big.
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yoklmnHobbyist Digital Artist
I don't like to say it but I think previous version was better. It looks overdone now. Especially speakers & this pattern on TV screen.
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sanfranguyProfessional Digital Artist
I'll shoot for a new render tonight and will try to strike a balance between the two.
The previous shot felt incomplete to me.
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yoklmnHobbyist Digital Artist
Oh yes, man! This looks much better!
Such a nice design. My congratulations!
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sanfranguyProfessional Digital Artist
Yeah, I think I nailed it this time. Thanks again.
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Yeah, I like the color in the other one, but for a modernist environment it feels a bit overcrowded. The speakers beside the tv have a beautiful finish and great lights, but they feel too big to me. With them there the room feels crowded, and then I started noticing other things like the increased number of speakers above the tv on the ceiling and the head with the microphones, etc. They make some *great* speakers already that are super skinny and tall. I feel like something along those lines might fit in better. You could still keep the wood grain, and maybe throw in some lighting as rings around the speakers on their bodies...

I must agree though, I feel torn between the two because once I see speakers I feel like their should be something more... maybe just not so much more.

I love your work, fantastic!

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sanfranguyProfessional Digital Artist
It's a tough call and a long ass to sit through again, even with 16 cores.

Aesthetically though I like this one more, but I will make a few adjustments tonight and aim for a nice mix of the two.
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yeah bro, rendering sucks... but your work is fantastic
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V3DigitimesProfessional Digital Artist
Really impressive!
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Amazing work...I have some questions... I guess you already worked with 3ds max and i would like to ask if you create your 3d objects in C4D and is it faster to work then in 3ds max? And do you create your scenes from the scratch or did you accumulate 3d objects and materials over the years, if not please tell me how much time does it take you for a scene like this one.
Thank you in advance
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sanfranguyProfessional Digital Artist
C4D is more fluid and Artist friendly, but that's just my opinion. I accumulate 3D objects/textures, some materials I have in a stash, some I build on the fly. This scene took about a day to setup, about a day to populate and another day to tweak the lighting.
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XxShadowRosexXStudent Traditional Artist
If you don't mind I think I'm going to sketch out plans for my future house and have you Render it for me :P

Beautiful work. I love it.
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DeinonychusEmpireHobbyist General Artist
That would be an awesome TV/computer/whatever to have.
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