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Hi guys i'm in the middle of my newest project which is based on Bombay,India. So here are my renders so far. I'll be posting a paint over of my lighting and colour schemes soon.









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that's just delicious, awesome shapes in each piece, real pleasure to watch.
thanks for sharing!
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I love what you have going so far.
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Yup... I second conte and vig, nice clean textures, fantastic shapes in your buildings, and just a really fun style overall, I can tell this is going to be a good scene, and fun to watch
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this is gonna be awesome
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everything fits together. awesome.
keep working!
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Hehe yeah it does seem original to people who dont see these everyday ;)
Great job

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just checked your portfolio, great work. (^_^)
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Killer work. Whats this going to be in? In maya/max or some game editor?
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Nice stuff man.
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this can turn out interesting, cant wait to see more stuff from you, the 2nd WW scene was killer!
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really great so far.. love the buss=)..
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these look fantastic

I'm sure you'll address this later , but everything seems a bit too perfect and liner right now

anyhow, I'm sure your aware

keep up the steller work
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Love the style, setup and progress on the texturing. Great work so far, no crits.
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Looking great man Nice conversion from the small high poly vehicle to the low and some nice high poly models building up too. Are you going to zbrush/mudbox any of these?
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conte: thanks bud

Vig:
i love it too

JasonLavoie:
thanks man

Ged:
thanks bro

Famouz:
thanks, i'll be working very hard.

butt_sahib:
thanks, i'll glad you checked out my portfolio

mikezoo: thanks, i was originally planning to have in game, but then decided to render it out of max.

whats_true:
thanks man

c0ldhands:
thanks i'm glad you like my ww2 set

Stertman:
thanks, i like the bus too.

3dskillet:
thanks, i'm planning to break this up later on. Right now i;m just blocking everything out.

Vassago:
thanks man

GCMP: thanks, i'm planning to take a few buildings into zbrush to rough it up.


Here is an update on the cab. And the low poly bus, i still need to fix it up. Still a lot of work to do


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I'm glad I caught this thread before it slipped to page 2. I love the buildings, very nice layout and shapes. You've definitely got a good exotic urban vibe going on. That tuk tuk (3 wheeled car thingy) is great. I look forward to seeing more of this scene, keep it up
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I'm glad I caught this thread before it slipped to page 2. I love the buildings, very nice layout and shapes. You've definitely got a good exotic urban vibe going on. That tuk tuk (3 wheeled car thingy) is great. I look forward to seeing more of this scene, keep it up

Thanks man, i'm glad you liking what you see


So guys here is a paint over and an update on the entire scene. I've replaced one of the street lights with a lamp post, fixed the last store (3rd from the right). So this paint over is just more stuff i need to add or replace, like wires,clothes lines, lights. I'll post my lighting scheme soon.

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Looking forward to this one, we just got back from backpacking in India - sensory overload! The scene feels good already. Panel beating on the auto rickshaw would add some flavor later. Are you going to work with one main composition or detail out the whole scene (interior spaces etc?)
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Looking forward to this one, we just got back from backpacking in India - sensory overload! The scene feels good already. Panel beating on the auto rickshaw would add some flavor later. Are you going to work with one main composition or detail out the whole scene (interior spaces etc?)
thanks man, i;ll be sure to add some indents in the rickshaw. I;ll be sticking with one composition right now. But i'll will be detailing the interiors that are visible to the camera. I plan to have have two different renders, one a night time shot, and a hot daytime scene.
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now back to business.Next project is to finish my Bombay environment. Here are a few new renders.

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looks real nice, road could do with a little roughing up though
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awsome, love the place, would be cool to get one of the suspended highways above the scene in the foreground, and maybe a posh skyscraper in the BG, such a city of contrast between old and modern
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sneakymcfox: Thanks man, i'll be sure to beat up a the road a bit

SHEPEIRO:
Thanks, i like your idea a lot. So i gonna be using it for sure !
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Do want new and refreshing environment!
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Looking great again man, wish i had your motivation!
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