We have started to use 3DS Max to visualization. At first we used MentalRay Iray , but have just changed to the ART renderer.
In the beginning we got the rendering objects and just had to give some textures for them.
In my last project everything goes from scratch
CAD / Inventor to draw the objects
Revit to build the building around it
3DS Max to make it possible to sell
This is an exhibition stand, copied from
as a graded delivery for the school.
"The visualization scene is tidy, structured and complete.
Everything seems textured. The rendered pictures are good, great details
and good use of color. In some places, there is a bit much reflection.
But, overall significant quality"
The famous Esherick House was an other project. It already looks better, than the first ones.
Step by step getting forward with the programs.
"You’ve added a bunch of models here. Very good work.
They all support the environment nicely and also brings some needed life to the room.
The textures also look good. Detailed and crisp.
The mapping also looks to work very well. Good work!
The only thing I would like to comment on is that some of the textures look very shiny.
Like they are wrapped in plastic wrap.
The renders are well done. Clean and noise-free. Lighting is also well set up for the most part.
The post processed images works well.
The animation also works well. You show off the important parts of the scene.
The report is well written. "
- animated train on the tracks
- stairs with lights
"The renders are good. Well done angles and relatively noise free.
Good work. They are a bit underexposed, but that would be fixed with the proper exterior lights."