Corner by esper77 ()
3D Studio Max posted on Oct 30, 2004
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This is my first 3ds Max render. Comments and critique welcome. I’d really like to hear from you 3ds Max users about how I could improve this image. I know the composition is lacking some, how about the lighting and textures?
Pots and barrels by Martin Ernst
Thanks for looking!
Image Comments (17)
Sekadhar () 11:12PM | Sat, 30 October 2004
Fantastic artwork! It looks so real! Excellent done:))!!!
ISSE () 1:02AM | Sun, 31 October 2004
I have not seen here something to be improved,I clap you,done excellent
cynlee () 1:48AM | Sun, 31 October 2004
just to look at it without knowing the program the light & textures look pretty realistic, i like the feel of a tree just out of sight with the dappling of light over this neat corner scene :]
FearaJinx () 1:50AM | Sun, 31 October 2004
yeah, I donno the program either, but the shadows make it so interesting. Wonderful work! And I don't think it's lacking at all!
colas () 5:34AM | Sun, 31 October 2004
fantastic and excellent work!!!!wonderfull texturing and rendering,bravo!!!vote
BGHart () 6:35AM | Sun, 31 October 2004
Beautiful textures and lighting. The shadows makes this pic something special.
Margit1 () 8:32AM | Sun, 31 October 2004
Don't know 3ds Max but this is a very beautiful work! Love the light play/shadows on the wall. Excellent textures. Very well done!
spider1313 () 5:12PM | Sun, 31 October 2004
Great tex work here, Jason! Looks like you've taken nicely to the new prog...looking forward to more!
Li-An () 7:26AM | Wed, 03 November 2004
The light play on the wall is very nice and textures are so fitting. Overall a great job Jason.. and go on! Congrats!V
vbarreto () 9:09PM | Wed, 10 November 2004
Excellent first 3Dmax renders. Increasing the walls bump would bring a more realistic touch.