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  1. DWG mantiene la separazione layer che e' troppo comodo per potervi rinunciare Ho re-importato il modello da zero (riassegnando pure tutti i materiali anche questi da zero), e nell'aggioramento successivo il reload ha funzionato tranquillamente, proprio non riesco a capire
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    Ciao, ho un problema in 3ds max con un file di modello DWG esportato da Rhino Praticamente se faccio il reload per aggiornare il modello nel File Link Manager la nuova geometria esce corrotta (come se tutto il modello fosse ipersemplificato), come nell'esempio qui di seguito. (controllando ho visto che non ci sono editmesh/editpoly di modifica sulle geometrie precedenti, queindi poossiamo escludere la cosa) Questi sono i parametri che imposto per fare il RELOAD: Se provo a importare da zero il modello DWG (sempre dal File Link Manager) in una scena nuova di MAX totalmente vuota il modello e' corretto. Se non risolvo il problema mi tocca sempre reimportare tutto da zero e riassegnare i materiali a tutte le geometrie. Avete qualche idea o esperienza passata a riguardo? Grazie a tutti!
  3. Eh magari!!!! Lo studio ancora non ha approvato il budget per l'aggiornamento di MAX. Siamo alla versione 2019 ancora!
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    Ciao a tutti e bentornati online!!!! Stavo lavorando su un modello urbano importato da Revit in FBX che risulta essere molto impreciso. Ho usato lo script utilissimo Pupulate:Terrain per armonizzare e uniformare i poligoni della superficie ma ancora non sono soddisfatto dal risutato (immagine superiore). Mi sapreste cosigliare un modo per uniformare la posizione dei vertici in maniera da mantenere le estremita' della strana ma avendo un'inclinazione uniforme (schemetto verde e rosso immagine inferiore)???? Ho fatto dei tentativo con RELAX ma modifica i bordi della superficie restringedola.
  5. Molto interessante! Forse avrei utilizzato le persone in primo piano direttamnte in PS, risultano leggermente "plasticose". Per il resto bellissimo effetto di luce!
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    Barozzi Veiga is currently one of the most outstanding architecture firm all over the world is the leading actor for our new project. Inspired by Simon Menges's shot, who captured the swiss museum at dusk time still during building process but with a terrific perspective progression along the main facade. Keeping the dusk setting, but overturning the weather effect, the focus during production was on the facade brickwork tone, texture randomization and adding "natural imperfection" in post production, such as rain effect and water leakage over concrete surfaces. Hope you will enjoy the final result. We used 3DS Max + Vray + Photoshop. Have a look to Dark Band Studio e-store HERE Check this out to find out more about Dark Band Studio Website: Coming Soon! Instagram: www.instagram.com/darkbandstudio Youtube: www.youtube.com/darkbandstudio E-Store: www.gumroad.com/darkbandstudio .......and here you will find the post - production process:
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    How much can you reduce the elements in a scene and still achieve a good dramatic image? Here is an experiment where we tried to keep it VERY simple! The scene includes 4 main materials (concrete sails and floor, timber benches and stage, weathered plaster, metal altar and cross) and few basic geometries (check the building steps underneath) so we hope you enjoy the final effects. This was a very funny and quick project to work on as it tested our skills in 3D and the Photoshop aspect. We used 3DS Max + Vray + Photoshop. Have a look to Dark Band Studio e-store HERE Check this out to find out more about Dark Band Studio Website: Coming Soon! Instagram: www.instagram.com/darkbandstudio Youtube: www.youtube.com/darkbandstudio E-Store: www.gumroad.com/darkbandstudio
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    “Look at the past in a critical way, not in a nostalgic one, to bring the best from the past into the future” Many times we think our previous works might look different today. Here is an example how a project designed with by Menichetti + Caldarelli on 2012 (an built on 2013) can look 8 years after. Painting in the scene is a wonderful piece of art made by Simon Ledson We used 3DS Max + Vray + Photoshop. Have a look to Dark Band Studio e-store HERE Check this out to find out more about Dark Band Studio Website: www.darkbandstudio.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/darkbandstudio Youtube: www.youtube.com/darkbandstudio
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    House in Monsaraz | Aires Mateus For our new archviz work, we selected the amazing House in Monsaraz designed by Portuguese architect Aires Mateus and inspired by the talented architectural photographer João Guimarães. The most important target of our production is to grab and understand the contrasted relationship between this architectural impacting element and the surrounding landscape . We used 3DS Max + ForestPack + Vray + Photoshop. Full project description HERE Our first collection of 2D cutout people is available HERE Check this out to find out more about Dark Band Studio Website: www.darkbandstudio.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/darkbandstudio Youtube: www.youtube.com/darkbandstudio
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    Newport Street Gallery | Caruso St John Architect The third replication challenge has involved one of the newest and most interesting architecture in London, the Newport Street Gallery designed by Caruso St John Architects and captured by Jesús Granada for El Croquis magazine. The interpretation of natural ambient light is a key point to reproduce the dramatic effect generated within the room. We used 3DS Max + Vray + Photoshop. Full project and making of HERE Dark Band Studio first 2D cutout people collection HERE Website: www.darkbandstudio.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/darkbandstudio Youtube: www.youtube.com/darkbandstudio
  11. Newport Street Gallery | Caruso St John Architect The third replication challenge has involved one of the newest and most interesting architecture in London, the Newport Street Gallery designed by Caruso St John Architects and captured by Jesús Granada for El Croquis magazine. The interpretation of natural ambient light is a key point to reproduce the dramatic effect generated within the room. We used 3DS Max + Vray + Photoshop. Our first collection of 2D cutout people is available HERE Check this out to find out more about Dark Band Studio Website: www.darkbandstudio.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/darkbandstudio Youtube: www.youtube.com/darkbandstudio
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