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ARCHITECT_SAMER
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This is another shot of my project i been developing for the quiet slums,..this shot was taken about 1 pm noon,...still needs some touches.......all comments help in its developing
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January 15, 2007
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Jan 15, 2007 8:25:04 pm
I respect similar works... It is quite realistic, nice shot! Вest of luck!

by Alex_NIKO Homepage »

Jan 15, 2007 8:28:00 pm
very very very very very very very very very very excellent.

by abuyhia Homepage »

Jan 15, 2007 9:35:12 pm
wow, Excellent work, makes me wanna live there... um, second thought, makesme NOT wnna live there ;) One pointer if I may, the sewer pipe sticking out is too thickly walled to look realistic (sowwy, my engineer is showing through)

by Conniekat8 Homepage »

Jan 15, 2007 9:36:01 pm
back with all power .aha.
allah yenawar ya bashmohandesna we 3'eez el 23ady
la bg allah yenawar
realy very very excellent render

by kareemkarawia Homepage »

Jan 15, 2007 9:49:05 pm
i like this shot, the most, it's more realistic & the lighting is amazing. great effort leaded to excellent result well done :)

by architect_maram Homepage »

Jan 16, 2007 5:46:38 am
very relastic , gr8 work

by IHAB Homepage »

Jan 16, 2007 5:58:49 am
wow .......sooooo real it's the best to this project ....well done

by badawy Homepage »

Jan 16, 2007 10:30:18 am
very nice shot
excellent work architect samer

by solom Homepage »

Jan 16, 2007 11:04:22 am
gamda ta7n :D
EXELLENT YA BASHMOUHANDES, what about rendering it using v_ray , i think that will be gr8 one
good luck :)

by Nehal_Mohamed Homepage »

Jan 16, 2007 11:23:30 am
Hey Architect_Samer, it has been a long time since my last visit to the site. Your last posted works say that you are transforming from the Architect to an Artisit. However i can see here a marvelous picture talking about a great effort and a different technique. Congrats.

by Mirage_8_78 Homepage »

Jan 16, 2007 12:07:36 pm
it look soo real
greaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat
i like this one more

by arch_safaa Homepage »

Jan 16, 2007 8:27:01 pm
A Great Shot Of A Great Project From A Great Artist ..
Such a Shot Doesn't Come From Anyone But A Professional.
Go On Proffesor Samer ..

by Nitpac Homepage »

Jan 16, 2007 8:33:45 pm
fantastic shot of a great project by smart one..

by 3mad Homepage »

Jan 17, 2007 5:33:22 am
sorry el comment met2a5ar 3ashan el 2emte7an,7adretak a3zam fanan shofto fe 7ayaty,begad ana mesh 3arfa 2a2ol eeh,, keda enta wasalt le elkema mafesh a7la men keda ,,rabena ye7meek,, bs keda enta 5alas ba2eet 7aga keberaaa awy fe3lan ma sha2 allah ,,w ana yesharafnty eny telmeztak w atmana awsal le goz2 baseet men elmostwa elly 7adretak wasaltelo bs mesh momken tab3an,,rabena yewafa2ak

by NIVOO Homepage »

Jan 17, 2007 7:56:09 am
i m so impressed & i feel realy small beside you mr samer .... go on & make us broud .. u r almost there ( u no what i mean ) .... (-B

by MMES Homepage »

Jan 17, 2007 8:13:16 am
That's what I call (Ta32eed) !!!!!

I hope I can be that good some day

You R the best :)

by Kareem4d Homepage »

Jan 17, 2007 10:32:41 am
that is what i've waiting from u 4 this project,i'm that is not all u have,proffesor like u don't stop in creating new,i'm realy proud with u & i hope 4 u more & more achivements.Good luck.

by Farhoud Homepage »

Jan 17, 2007 2:54:02 pm
great work. good luck

by yossef81 Homepage »

Jan 17, 2007 7:12:35 pm
mash2alaah ya bashmohandes begaaaad fazee3aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ... ana mesh la2ya kalam a2olo aktar men el nas di kolaha 2aletooo .... bgd bgd bgd 7elwa awy mash2alah .. we te7asesak bel ka2aba keda .. men kotr maheya realistic

by MAYOUDAH Homepage »

Jan 18, 2007 4:17:57 pm
ostaz.... ostaz.....ostaz allah yenawr yabashmohandesna el shot da gameed
++5 and up

by BASYONI Homepage »

Jan 19, 2007 12:27:30 am
it's very high realistic ..... Excellent man .... masha2 allah ... enta fazi3 fe el texture we el lighting .. eldo2 7a2e2y fe3lan ( very Excellent in landscape ) :) bas 3aiz a3raf eh ely wra el mabany da elly 3la shakl 7arf (x) we el abiad elly 3la elshemal 5ales & thanks pop....

by ArcTito_Anas Homepage »

Jan 25, 2007 2:52:26 am
howa da elly ana ba2olo....enta akeed 3andak 7aga te3melha a7la mn elly faat....gameeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeela lel sob7.....excellent ya basha...very very realistic aweeee....keep it up ya rayes..

by lamandar Homepage »

Feb 4, 2007 8:40:37 am
ya rab ab2a nosak lama akbar

by yoyo_3d Homepage »

Feb 6, 2007 6:05:49 am
Nice work. But I will tell you this about SLUMS: There are no planks laying about in a slum, they have been used to build shacks or houses with, or firewood. And there are no submeged boats either, the need for firewood and housing materials prevents that kind of stuff from idly passing time...
The thing about slums is that there are not much stuff around that is not put to some use, exept maybe for scrapped cars. To me it looks more like the site have been hit by a storm or something.

by dicand Homepage »

Feb 6, 2007 12:18:04 pm
Thank you mr Dicand for sharing us with yur vision about slums in your country ,..but unfortunatly slums in Egypt are much more different,..we dont need fire wood here because our atmosphere is so much different,..but and for the boats it is essential for the fisher men to work,..this picture i made i made based on real photo refrence,..thanx and ur comments r welcomed

by ARCHITECT_SAMER Homepage »

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