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Vue Architecture posted on Apr 01, 2004
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I have overworked this image, changed and added things. I like it much better now. With 40 light sources and all these windows, the image needed 124 hours to render in Ultra mode. Vue 4 Professional Thanks to Gracia for the great Haussmann Buildings, the Metro station and the Phone cabin:-)

Comments (32)



3:50AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Wow - what a fantastic start as a "common" member. Bravo. You captured the Paris feeling very well in this image - reminds me at the great holidays i had in Paris years ago. And reminds me that i have to go there again! Ok, i am not up normally at that time when i am on holiday, but i simply assume that Paris in reality eilles when the sun goes down. Again, a bravo to this brilliant first one :-))))!



4:00AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

124 hours!!! Phew! But it was worth the wait! This is magnifique! Wonderfull lightning and great details like the grates, bike and the shopping bag!



4:35AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

-Jaw drops- 124 hours??? WOW!!! That's just uncanny! I love this new view of Paris, Guitta! The lighting is fantastic and all the details are just amazing. Well done!!



4:48AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Wow. Fantastic detail. Excellent image. Well done.



5:51AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Great scene, lots of details, nice atmosphere. Well done!



6:37AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

I can not image rendering anything for 124 hours! You do have a super image here and the activity in it continues to amaze me. Excellent!


6:48AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Gives me a flashback to France fer'sur. Quite outstanding image.


7:00AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Wonderful image !


7:28AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

This is fantastically real.



7:33AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

WOW! this is just awesome! I found myself drawn into the image, and enjoying the activity! Brilliantly executed!



9:44AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Oh my, this IS splendid! In Germany we call those images "Wimmelbild" because there are so much details that the viewer just finds out more and more details. It was definitely worth every single render minute and I am happy that it came to a successful end.



10:18AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Oh yes, Guitta, the lighting is just wonderful! Great update of an already wonderful image.


10:36AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Great work, 124 hours is a LONG time.. :) But it gave a beautiful image... Great lighting, great composition and theme...


11:44AM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Wow!!! Gebe , this is fantastic work , the lighting is superb , very well done:-)



12:01PM | Thu, 01 April 2004

There seems to more depth now. I love the crispness, and your lighting is excellent. You deserves high-praises for your patience. ;)



1:52PM | Thu, 01 April 2004

Marvellously busy image, with lots of fascinating detail - magnifique!!


3:18PM | Thu, 01 April 2004

C'est Paris comme on aimerait le voir ! Les batiments sont extraordinaires, que de dails, c'est magnifique.



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2:03AM | Fri, 02 April 2004

WOw nice buildings !



3:54AM | Fri, 02 April 2004

classical stylish and a very warm wellcome to the real world..pun intended...:)now we can see more of your work..this is wonderful and very well executed ,,detail and lighting are excellent.alains models never looked better ..bravo guitta..love it


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4:00AM | Fri, 02 April 2004

This images still keeps fascinating me, Guitta! 124 hours?!? That's unbelieveable...and I thought 78 hours where long, which was the time my Mac needed to complete my last image. :)


8:13AM | Fri, 02 April 2004

WOW!! Fantastic composition! Loved the first one but this simply perfect! Outstanding details and lighting .. wonderful work!


8:22AM | Fri, 02 April 2004

Fabulous Gebe, just fabulous!! I cant begin to compliment this picture as I don't think there is enough room to type my comments. Alain will be very proud of this, as you should be also! 124hours is an astounding amount of time to wait, but it is a testament to your patience in creating wonderful art like this... A vote, and an add to favourites!



9:03AM | Fri, 02 April 2004

WOW! This is fantastic! Excellent work from a master of Vue!!



2:41PM | Fri, 02 April 2004

Fantastic image, excellent work!



4:31PM | Fri, 02 April 2004

Now that really captures the essence of the place. Great job!


1:35PM | Sat, 03 April 2004

Glad to see you "back with us" Guitta ;) A very lively and detailed scene!



1:16PM | Mon, 19 April 2004

Great scene! wonderful details here! Fantastic!



3:06PM | Thu, 06 May 2004

Donc tu as eu un semaine de repos de ton ordinateur. ;-) Prochainement je te conseille d'utiliser "User" setting. Ultra est inutilisable - il va falloir attendre 5 ans pour des ordinateurs plus puissants. :-)) Sce tr rssie - lairage et dails sont excellents ! Ficitations!



5:47PM | Wed, 09 June 2004

That's absolutely superb. The only thing I'd say is it looks a bit strange having 3 of the same cars parked in a row, but I've spent a good few minutes admiring the whole image!

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