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    Eames chaise lounge - (fur update)

    Hi all,

    here it is my first project entirely done in Blender. Modeling using Bmesh, rendered with Cycles, post production with compositor, no other software used beside Blender.

    Polycount around 70.000 polys, 5/6 minutes render times with GPU Nvidia 570, 2880*1620 res, 1000 passes.

    marcoG

    EDIT: Fur chaise lounge added, using BroadStu hair patch

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    Really really great renders, very skilled !!! Congrats !
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    Support YAFARAY, it deserves !



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    Thanks! Glad you like it.

    Cheers



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    Wow, looks like a comfortable chair Very Realistic image, GJ



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    Wow, you really nailed that leather texture. I know you've been working on it and it shows. Extremely impressive.



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    @Sandile Thanks! Yeah it is a 5'000 dollars chaise long, i hope it's comfortable

    @Farmfield Thanks man, glad a 20 years pro artist like you liked it, really.

    Kind regards, marcoG



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    Originally Posted by marcoG_ita View Post
    @Farmfield Thanks man, glad a 20 years pro artist like you liked it, really.
    I couldn't probably pull that off, not in Blender at least. And about the pro part, that's about making money, not how good you are, hehe... Also, I'm much more of a photo/retouch artist/compositor than a 3D artist.



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    I'd love to see how you pulled off the leather material, it has all the right details... image?



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    Here is the leather node. The details are made by bump, who is mixing two type of map: one is fine and more crispy, the other map more soft and large.

    Cheers
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    @marcoG

    Simply stunning work!
    Maybe something could be done to the background... the chair disappears a bit against the black.



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    Stunning work.
    WIP: PZL P.1, PWS-26, Sukhoi Su-7BKL, F-111F, Me 262, B-58
    CG portfolio: here; Web site: here
    My tutorials: here and here



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    You could have just downloaded the model here http://www.hermanmiller.com/design-r...-drawings.html



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    @Jakerlund Thanks! The "disappearing" is wanted, since i didn't look for "informative" renders, just suggestion of the form.

    @mrys Thanks, damn your CGportfolio is impressive

    Cheers



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    Very, very nice! I watched this in WIP and it all came together wonderfully.



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    Originally Posted by (jay) View Post
    You could have just downloaded the model here http://www.hermanmiller.com/design-r...-drawings.html
    Lol, maybe next chair I had to give a try to Bmesh



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    Talking about modelling, to be honest I think the cushion is even more impressive than the leather material. The leather material you can experiment with and ask people who do those crazy math nodetrees in here, but the modelling, that's actually just talent - and the wrinkles in the leather, that's very cool stuff, modelling organic forms like that takes a lot of talent.

    Funny, we had 3 really nice renders drop in today, this chair, the coffey cups and mrys awesome aircraft. It's been a feast for the eyes, this.



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    Thanks Farmfield for kind words, however, wrinkles could be improved, but i miss spare time to do it and i'd prefer to spend it on another Blender project. Anyways yeah, lot of cool stuff these days on finished works as you mentioned!

    Cheers



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    Great model and shaders, really bad composition. Why doesn't your model fit image frames? It deserves much better shot.



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    @rozmiarek - Hi, simply because i find filling the frame with your subject is quite "boring" for this kind of images. The shot composition is slightly based on rule of thirds and i don't think images would benefit if I do fill and center the frames with the chair.

    Cheers



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    o m g amazing what some an do with blender, thanks for sharing!



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