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Kitchen for down under

on Mon Apr 16, 2018 9:28 pm
This is a visual for a client in Brisbane. I've even put the Australian team at the commonwealth games on the tv for them Smile
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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Tue Apr 17, 2018 8:30 pm
Very nice Chris. Like the TV touch, and the lights over the island
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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Tue Apr 17, 2018 8:45 pm
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Chris....

Surely it is the wrong way up??



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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:26 pm
Stejoke wrote:Very nice Chris. Like the TV touch, and the lights over the island
Cheers!!!!! I put the two pieces of artwork in the frames from the artist @viktoriya.gorokhova.art aswell, (ps if anyone wants 5% off here art, let me know Smile
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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Tue Apr 17, 2018 9:29 pm
Darrel wrote:Chris....

Surely it is the wrong way up??


That did make me laugh Darrel, very good. I have some more pics of it but i have reached my limit on size, is there a way I can change the one I have put up and reduced the file size to free up space or do I delete and post again?
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Re: Kitchen for down under

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I have removed the render Chris so you can add more to the original post....
If you are struggling with attachments use either "Host an Image" or even "insert Image" to enter a web address path to another site you have posted your renders etc...

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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:33 am
Nice to see all the other view Chris.... How long, including render time have you spent on this one?

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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:25 pm
Darrel wrote:Nice to see all the other view Chris.... How long, including render time have you spent on this one?
Evening Darrel,

I was sent a plan view for the layout of all 3 rooms. I spent about a day to get everything to render stage, then I set the renders running while doing other day to day stuff (yes, multitasking!!!) The main kitchen shots were rendered at 3200x2200 and took around 50mins, the shots in the other 2 rooms were rendered at 1024x768 and took around 20mins. I started to run out of time as he gave it to me 48hrs before the customers where coming into the showroom to see them, and bare in mind they are 9hrs ahead of use, he realised it was a bit of a push. I also changed some things and added some things in Affinity Photo for an hour or so, once I had the settings for the first shot it was fairy quick to duplicate that onto the others.
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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Fri Apr 20, 2018 9:38 am
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Darrel wrote:Nice to see all the other view Chris.... How long, including render time have you spent on this one?
Evening Darrel,

I was sent a plan view for the layout of all 3 rooms. I spent about a day to get everything to render stage, then I set the renders running while doing other day to day stuff (yes, multitasking!!!) The main kitchen shots were rendered at 3200x2200 and took around 50mins, the shots in the other 2 rooms were rendered at 1024x768 and took around 20mins. I started to run out of time as he gave it to me 48hrs before the customers where coming into the showroom to see them, and bare in mind they are 9hrs ahead of use, he realised it was a bit of a push. I also changed some things and added some things in Affinity Photo for an hour or so, once I had the settings for the first shot it was fairy quick to duplicate that onto the others.

Thanks for the info...

Do you have a render manager so you can setup the rendering of different camera views for say rendering overnight?

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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Fri Apr 20, 2018 9:48 am
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Chris A wrote:
Darrel wrote:Nice to see all the other view Chris.... How long, including render time have you spent on this one?
Evening Darrel,

I was sent a plan view for the layout of all 3 rooms. I spent about a day to get everything to render stage, then I set the renders running while doing other day to day stuff (yes, multitasking!!!) The main kitchen shots were rendered at 3200x2200 and took around 50mins, the shots in the other 2 rooms were rendered at 1024x768 and took around 20mins. I started to run out of time as he gave it to me 48hrs before the customers where coming into the showroom to see them, and bare in mind they are 9hrs ahead of use, he realised it was a bit of a push. I also changed some things and added some things in Affinity Photo for an hour or so, once I had the settings for the first shot it was fairy quick to duplicate that onto the others.

Thanks for the info...

Do you have a render manager so you can setup the rendering of different camera views for say rendering overnight?
Morning Darrel, 

Unless there is something like that built into Autokitchen that I don't know about, then no I haven't got one of those.  Is that something that is compatible and can be an add on for any software like this? That could be helpful in time where I (hopefully) get busier.

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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:02 pm
Darrel wrote:
Chris A wrote:
Darrel wrote:Nice to see all the other view Chris.... How long, including render time have you spent on this one?
Evening Darrel,

I was sent a plan view for the layout of all 3 rooms. I spent about a day to get everything to render stage, then I set the renders running while doing other day to day stuff (yes, multitasking!!!) The main kitchen shots were rendered at 3200x2200 and took around 50mins, the shots in the other 2 rooms were rendered at 1024x768 and took around 20mins. I started to run out of time as he gave it to me 48hrs before the customers where coming into the showroom to see them, and bare in mind they are 9hrs ahead of use, he realised it was a bit of a push. I also changed some things and added some things in Affinity Photo for an hour or so, once I had the settings for the first shot it was fairy quick to duplicate that onto the others.

Thanks for the info...

Do you have a render manager so you can setup the rendering of different camera views for say rendering overnight?

Does ArtiCAD have this Daz?

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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:31 pm
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Does ArtiCAD have this Daz?


Well... sort of... well no... Not a finish feature yet though... Can store camera positions but they are a bit out of sync with the view that you actually save and it does not advance on as the Tone mapping controls halt the advance to the next saved camera...

Roll on V21 maybe they have finished this tool??


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Re: Kitchen for down under

on Tue Apr 24, 2018 2:15 pm
Compusoft does this.  It runs renders behind the scenes with little or no impact on using the software while its taking care of these tasks.

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