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Urban Standard Viewing Unit

rollmops
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USVU-Every city should have this:-)
The car is based on the Fiat 127 of cartesius.
cheers rollmops.
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Uploaded
May 9, 2003
Gallery
Cinema 4D
Genre
Realism
Size
167.4 kB
Dimensions
992x455

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May 9, 2003 1:00:19 pm
Awesome piece of work! I love everything about it! The textures, the lighting..all the dirt and espeically the vegetation!

by thomaskrahn Homepage »

May 9, 2003 1:00:38 pm
Took me a second to figure out what you were talking about, but great image none the less ;-)

by gerry_g Homepage »

May 9, 2003 1:00:54 pm
That's pretty interesting. We could use a few of those around the nude beaches over here.

I like your use of texture and lighting, too.

by eukodol Homepage »

May 9, 2003 1:16:01 pm
Great scene with lots of details. Professional work !

by Euxeb007 Homepage »

May 9, 2003 1:16:43 pm
Okay... I am not a product of an urban environment so... I don't quite understand. Would you please humor me and give a little bit more in-depth explanation as to how this would be so nice to have in every city? What do you want to be able to see from 10-feet higher above the ground?

by zescanner Homepage »

May 9, 2003 1:27:04 pm
I see you understand :-)It`s about our "live-style-madness" of today.Take it with a big bunch
of irony ;-)

by rollmops Homepage »

May 9, 2003 1:54:14 pm
lol great stuff =D

by Curious Homepage »

May 9, 2003 2:07:33 pm
great scene, where is it? ;)

by aceface041973 Homepage »

May 9, 2003 2:16:58 pm
This one gives me goose bumps!! You have a truley great talent. Excellent work! :)) 10+

by strata Homepage »

May 9, 2003 2:22:23 pm
was isn das für eine stadt?

by MrMix Homepage »

May 9, 2003 3:43:58 pm
cool work! I definitely get the point...

by ant228 Homepage »

May 9, 2003 4:02:04 pm
Most people would stop after the car was modeled, or the telephone booth, I LOVE how your renders look and can appreciate all the hard work you must put into them. Fine job!! dano

by dandavis Homepage »

May 9, 2003 4:32:12 pm
Hmmm, lets see - Top 20 vote, Add to favourites, ranking = Excellent, comment: Absolutely stupendous work!! - love to see a tutorial on this piece, but understand if you don't do one to share! ;D

by kromekat Homepage »

May 9, 2003 4:37:50 pm
simply amazing, even the very first look told me it is set in urban germany, as i live there it was so easy to see, even feel! maybe urban viewing points are realy what we need in the future to understand the world within which we live in, what with the media feeding us shite 24/7?

by theglenster Homepage »

May 9, 2003 4:40:08 pm
Thanks all :-)A tutorial...hmm...i will think
about that ! :-)

by rollmops Homepage »

May 9, 2003 5:14:23 pm
Astounding! I'm in awe.

by Heart'Song Homepage »

May 9, 2003 5:52:43 pm
whew... you set the standard.

by sittingblue Homepage »

May 9, 2003 8:41:33 pm
Hey - really nice!

by archrendr Homepage »

May 9, 2003 8:58:16 pm
Another amazing scene from you ! This is a work of patience and dedication. As always you did a excellent job on the lighting and the textures. You manage to capture urban atmospheres like nobody else... a well deserved TOP 20 !

by audity Homepage »

May 10, 2003 1:28:31 am
Fette Punkte rollmops. Klasse Teil, aber weißt Du ja schon!
PS: Als Stadtkunstwerk könntest Du damit Millionen verdienen

by rollinger Homepage »

May 10, 2003 1:34:39 am
Who this is verry nice. How much ram do you have in your system? All those plants and trees must eat a lot of ram i think.
It is so compleet. I go take a look at your gallery.....:-)))

by 08101967 Homepage »

May 10, 2003 1:43:20 am
What a detail ... amazing

by Django Homepage »

May 10, 2003 2:50:43 am
you have finally gone out with a new image Fredi,
I like every thing in it, overall the care in the smallest details as the writings on the walls, for example, the light in the telephone box the vegetation, the texturing on the sidewalk etc.
How long have you spent to making everything?

by raffyraffy Homepage »

May 10, 2003 5:27:06 am
A superb image! Full of lovely details that draw the viewer's eye. I love the lighting on the right-hand side of the image. Top marks!

by EugeneTooms Homepage »

May 10, 2003 11:31:28 am
Thanks to all:-)To get a bit technical:I´m using
a single Athlon XP 1800+ with 1024 mb ram.The
image was rendered to 6400 X 2940 pixels in 6,5
hours,no radiosity,filesize about 87 mb cd4,about
1,6 million polys (thank god for the poly-slider).
all together it took about a month to get it ready.Rendered in cinema 4d 8.1.Now, that should be enough for the moment :)

by rollmops Homepage »

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