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By Dave Sanders
#153367
Okay... I'll bite. My buddy Paul Bleck and I did this house in Hawaii. AC9 and Artlantis Studio 2
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By Stress Co.
#153607
Nice... are those real "waterbeds" :wink: :D
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By Ede Abos
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Hi,

some of my old and new renderings all projects modelled in Archicad and rendered with 3ds Max and Vray

Some old one:

a showroom made in 2005

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a little house made in 2005 too

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a big and a small Office biulding from the last year unfortunately stopped by the financial crisis

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some new one from this year

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and this two modelled by one of my work mates and rendered by me

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By Mats_Knutsson
#156476
not a house but something I fiddled with over a glass of wine...I need to make a boat rack or buy a ridiculously expensive trailer..
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By amonle
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I assume archicad > cinema 4D > vray?
Nice touch with the guy in the reflection (is that a virtual you?)
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By Cian
#156703
Thanks Amonle.
99% of the time I model in AC but I actually modeled this in Cinema 4D.
The background image was taken in New Zealand and the guy is a billboard which came with Piranesi 4.

Cheers.
Cian.
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By Sightline
#159127
Cian wrote:Thanks Amonle.
99% of the time I model in AC but I actually modeled this in Cinema 4D...
Cian. How was your experience of modeling in C4D vs AC? Specially managing different floors?
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By Cian
#159167
Sightline.
It's fine for something like the model above where I used an image as a reference but I would not recommend using it for every day stuff.

.dwg does not import properly into Cinema and you cann't page up or down like you can with AC when working with more than one floor.
Cinema isn't designed for this purpose and Maxon know this.

AC is great for modeling the the majority of the project quickly and Cinema is great for finishing it off with the more complex and organic modeling tools.

Cian.
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