swanky pad +pano by lemonjim ()
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More renders from a scene. Here is the previous post.
See the QTVR panorama and the exterior view. The panorama required 6 cubic faces of 768x768 each.
Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for your ever-so-thoughtful comments!
Image Comments (22)
Digimon () 10:41PM | Tue, 02 August 2005
FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC!!!! You are my new hero! I went to see the QTVR! Awesome!!! You are the first person here that I have seen use that technology! I have used it before, though not as expertly as you! I would like to try it again, after this inspiration!! You rule!!!
Stoner () 2:14AM | Wed, 03 August 2005
That mustve taken a lot of time to create. Seems to me that it was worth every second of timespending. Great job!
pakled () 10:40AM | Wed, 03 August 2005
just don't throw any stones, and ...1 word..curtains..;) great modeling.
WALYGATOR () 2:38PM | Wed, 03 August 2005
Excellent work !!! Nice curves, modeling and lights... Congratulation. Just today I discover your gallery - once again, Congratulation !!!
bigkahuna () 9:45PM | Tue, 09 August 2005
Hey! This is where I live? How did you get this? I'm gonna sue for invasion of privacy! And what happened to all the Koa furniture?
Lynxie () 12:56PM | Wed, 10 August 2005
Wow. That's fantastic. What's more fantastic is that someone with the incredible talents you have just keeps getting better. How do you do it?
RJC () 11:33PM | Sat, 13 August 2005
I love great architectual designs and renderings and this is a great one. I can see this was not a simple or easy model to assemble. The materials/textures are perfect. I'd love a home with such a design. BRAVO! V