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    work in progress

    Something I'm working on. I put some time into creating a healing center for part of a hospital master plan and this is what I came up with over the weekend. Then had it 3D printed.

    Let me know what you think. I plan on eventually making this entire model available for download, Revit, 3dsMax AND the stereolithography file for 3D printing.
    Rendered in Revit, zero photoshop, I opened the rendering on my tablet and clicked an "instagram-ish" type of photo filter and hit save.
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    I'm liking the first image.

    Damn Instagram for making Bokeh and lomography tricks so derisible.

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    It's been too long since I opened up this project. New renderings coming!

    250 renderings later, and several animations are coming too!

    work in progress-healing-center-birds-eye.jpgwork in progress-healing-center-rendering03.jpg
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    Impressive that these are right out of Revit. No post-processing you say (other than the trendy instagram-ish stuff)?

    Couple of questions;

    * Where did you get your trees? The reflections are great and really help sell the render. Of course I work in Phoenix so not much call for bare trees!
    * How did you achieve the tilt-shift affect in Revit? Or was this in post?
    * The grass and water look great. Any secrets you'd be willing to share?

    If you ever care to expose your render/material settings we'll be watching!

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    Thumbs up Revit Modeled - 3dsMax rendered

    work in progress-screenshot-2014-05-25-19.38.24.pngGMc, yeah, they are out of the Revit model, but again they are rendered in Max. The trees were free off of Autodesk Seek. xFrog.
    The only post-processing was using the Google Photos "HDRi" filter and "Filter 04 - Images". I clicked save and that was it. 33 seconds total time. There are ten's of filters and thousands of combinations, but I found something that worked. No stealie's! haha!

    The precursor to this building was actually a Wellness Center I helped with while at a former employer. pg 112 of the Architectural Products magazine - July/August 2014 issue. That firm took a turn for the worse and I never got to help with the completion of the project but I helped with the early design phases. Too bad they didn't let me finish.

    All my secrets? A lot of my healthcare models, Revit, FBX, 3dsMax...etc... have always been available online on the link below my name. You can always help me feed my wife and kid by kindly donating, haha. Its a win-win.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rbcameron1 View Post
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ID:	19101GMc, yeah, they are out of the Revit model, but again they are rendered in Max. The trees were free off of Autodesk Seek. xFrog.
    The only post-processing was using the Google Photos "HDRi" filter and "Filter 04 - Images". I clicked save and that was it. 33 seconds total time. There are ten's of filters and thousands of combinations, but I found something that worked. No stealie's! haha!

    The precursor to this building was actually a Wellness Center I helped with while at a former employer. pg 112 of the Architectural Products magazine - July/August 2014 issue. That firm took a turn for the worse and I never got to help with the completion of the project but I helped with the early design phases. Too bad they didn't let me finish.

    All my secrets? A lot of my healthcare models, Revit, FBX, 3dsMax...etc... have always been available online on the link below my name. You can always help me feed my wife and kid by kindly donating, haha. Its a win-win.
    Hey... Cool images! I am curious about Google Photos... Is that an app within Chrome or something??

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    hmmm... Yes, it is an app in Chrome! I just remembered that! I've been using the app in Android, but Google literally just made online photo editing available a few months ago that MATCHES what the app can do! plus.Google.com/photos or something like that. I use the Android app 99% of the time, but I'll have to remember that from now on.

    Awesomeness prevails! Thanks for the reminder Jeff!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbcameron1 View Post
    hmmm... Yes, it is an app in Chrome! I just remembered that! I've been using the app in Android, but Google literally just made online photo editing available a few months ago that MATCHES what the app can do! plus.Google.com/photos or something like that. I use the Android app 99% of the time, but I'll have to remember that from now on.

    Awesomeness prevails! Thanks for the reminder Jeff!
    Sweet.... I just spent about 5 minutes in the chrome version... Very awesome... I am going to look into this more. I constantly get questions about alternatives to Photoshop from people who see any of my Photoshop videos. I may have to explore my Photoshop techniques within this Chrome platform and see the results!

    Good find...

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