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    My environments based on SketchUp models

    First of all, glad to see such subforum. I'm sure it will expand in no time and prove it's one of the greatest software for fast modelling, setting camera view and overpainting! I only hope they won't turn it into paid version, as (if I'm not mistaken), the Pro version costs a lot!

    Anyway, there are my works:

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    My environments based on SketchUp models

    My environments based on SketchUp models

    WIPs:

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    sweet! thanks for sharing!
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    outstanding sir!! very excellent example on how modeling in sketchup can aid in painting. Rock on!!
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    It's fantastic that you create pretty simple models but in your painting you add great details and life. Thanks for sharing.
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    oh lordy I am loving what you are doing with that. This is the first Ive heard of sketchup before, it looks very cool!
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    Great work, if a little too saturated for my taste. But excellent.
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    Thanks to you for such kind comments

    Quote Originally Posted by Brashen View Post
    Great work, if a little too saturated for my taste. But excellent.
    Yeah, the second work is over saturated, but it's nothing weird as I didn't made any serious values/colours studies, it's just faking

    Not long time ago I've took a few days of experimenting and reading tuorials/manual for Kerkythea renderer. I'm liking it very much. I was afraid that being a zero in 3D terms will make learning a tedious, but it wasn't that hard. And it paid There are few renderers, nothing so special, but in future I should give more complex and interesting models.

    My environments based on SketchUp models

    This one was done with Depth Render rendering profile. Interesting effect.
    My environments based on SketchUp models

    15 minutes of over painting for fun:
    My environments based on SketchUp models

    There I've found how to make intersecting lines between irregular shapes - just select objects (or everything with Ctrl+A shortcut), click the right mouse button, then Intersect > Intersect with Model). With that, the model is much clearer and it avoids the risk of bad lightning in renderer
    My environments based on SketchUp models

    And there I've tested Photoshop's Lens Correction (or something) to obtain this effect. It may come handy in illustrating or comics:
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    Really nice!!!!!!

    Keep on posting!
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    Woow, i didn't know that program, but is wonderfull what you can do
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    very cool man I gotta check out sketchup
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    Wow. Just wow.

    I really have to give SketchUp a try.
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    Wow, five stars, I'm flattered. Now my ego is going to burst out. Just kidding

    Thujon, Tesla, shade1012, nakirush, thanks so much!

    Now I feel so stupid with only few update images. Sorry, guys, next time I promise to make much bigger update!

    Two renderers, made for fun:

    Copper thingy - a bit badly rendered because you can see white dots, which aren't allowed to exist:
    My environments based on SketchUp models

    UFO thingy:
    My environments based on SketchUp models

    And few of my roundabout projects. First, the 3D SketchUp model with enabled pen style:

    My environments based on SketchUp models

    Overpainted:
    My environments based on SketchUp models

    And projects of roundabout islands:

    My environments based on SketchUp models

    My environments based on SketchUp models

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