I realy can not understand tester, if you don t like cg workshop, you are free to go in all other web site, for sure we will not miss you
about the review of AltoR i think it is realy interesting (cg workshop can learn from it)
I would like say thanks to somonhc for the great free tutorial he had shared in this web site and for the nice render that are realy inspiration for all the net.
Thank you guys for all the tips and kind words, we will keep going to make our services better and more efficient. See you around.
Cg workshop training
I Would like to give a advice to all the ones who are in doubt to inscribe to this fabulous lecture, JUST DO IT!
You will learn more in a few weeks than searching a whole year on the internet for the wright answers.
I inscribed me for the very first lecture of CG workshop, now 2 years later I am proud to be one of the students of CG Workshop,
Thanks again Pawel!
Thank you very much Patric, you have always been a great support for our community.
Originally Posted by vizcon
Hi Pawel !
Thanks for the training . However , there are some things that you may take into consideration .
1. Exterior- I would love to see if you can provide more "commercial" projects such as apartments , houses etc. Those dirty textures on roof , extreme fog , wild grass with weeds etc sure looks spectacular for artistic state of mind but here, clients like to see only " clean " things such as well manicured grass . Neatly done landscape so that clients can concentrate on the actual thing that they are trying to sell i.e the HOUSE itself .
Most of the houses, flats , bunglows are located in the city , not in the middle of jungle ,so it'd be a good idea if you can post more scenes that includes street , pavings etc .
There should be at least 8-10 different commercial scenes that we can use in day to day projects . Copy and paste elements in different projects such as realistic roads , pavings , grass etc.
2. Interior - As suggested above , there should be more commercial scenes such as Guestrroms, Dining rooms , BathRooms , lobbies etc that shows SPACE NOT extreme closeups of ultra detailed sofa with DOF . They sure look very artiststic but clients here would like to see their rooms being built . Bedrooms with cool design and contemporary furniture are thumbs up !
We usually don't have time to model furniture , and therefore , we use pre made models from library . Hope you are getting my point .
They are more interested to see actual space. 8-10 scenes of commercial/residential projects would suffice.
That's it! Thanks so much for your awesome free tutorials . Sure i've learn a lot. Keep posting more cool things !!
Hi Pawel !
I mail you for joing but i didnt get any reply from Ur side..
So can U plz reply my mail ?
Hi! Where did you send the e mail. Have not received any message.
Originally Posted by noor_8883
i am completely agree with stryik3r
Originally Posted by stryik3r
i attend workshop of Stanislav Orekhov in 2009 and 2010 and i really faced this problem
and in yr workshop pl try to add some tutorials of residence and commercial heighrise's presentation expect
Thank you for your tips. Please note that we are mostly working on commercial projects in this workshop too. Real projects we had to face in our daily work. This can be very useful because this pieces had been done in certain time and under client's "eye". I do hope this experience will be valuable for you guys. We have also typical projects on our list, I am pretty sure you will find the answers in the presented examples.
Talk you soon.
Last edited by simonhc; 07-02-2012 at 10:14 AM.
Originally Posted by simonhc
tk simonhc and c u soon