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Kabloom Interior

Uploaded By: hjacobs

Fri, Sep 17, 2004

Description: Here's a little rendering I did for Kabloom. Anybody have know any good photoshop techniques for getting some plant life in here? I'm not to keen on Revit plants..




Sun, Sep 19, 2004 at 11:42:54 AM




Joined Thu, May 13, 2004
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It looks human to me. No fancy design - just the word KaBloom. I am most interested in the tubes in the ceiling. Can you use Revit to make tubes for water, air... In some AutoCad applications it is mad with LISP-programming. But Revit does it support electric, water, gas, drainage, air.... arrangements? The tubes in the ceiling make you believe this is real. And those green lamps hanging in the middle of the room. They are superb. That is the way it looks sometimes. Plants in Photoshop is it not just to copy and paste? Using the plants belonging to Accurender it is just to open a .rfa-ffile and click on Family and then go on experimenting... And using RPC Creator it is just to have a photo of a plant and then begin to make a mask. It can be an awful lot of woirk with all the leaves on some plant.

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