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Uploaded: 12/01/11 5:00 AM GMT
Turkish Bath
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Probably not like a real Turkish Bath, but it seemed rather Middle Eastern to me. I saw a render of a sort of bathhouse like this, and I decided to try making something similar. I think mine turned out a little more inviting though. I made the building in Vue out of cubes and cylinders and Boolean differences.


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12/01/11 5:19 PM GMT
Very nice!!! Sure looks relaxing.....wouldn't mind having one of those in my house:)
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12/02/11 3:40 AM GMT
me too!!
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12/04/11 6:27 AM GMT
Actually it reminds me of a Roman villa. Nicely done, Hannah.
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12/05/11 12:35 AM GMT
I had this on my screen to comment days ago, then was rudely interrupted .... on this side of the screen by... something? lol

I like it very much. While I do feel unqualified to some extent not fully understanding the rendering processes. I like the ambiance and mood. I also enjoy the contrast of the minimal clutter though the scene is rich and detailed. As well as the contrast of the cool blue outside and warm color tones inside. I wonder how it be sans the golden chair and maybe more dated lighting. Though take into account it takes me days or weeks to pin down simple paint colors... lol
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12/06/11 3:13 PM GMT
Very nice and creative work, Hannah. I liked the natural look of the ripples in the water. Lighting and light sources are very nice. Like Mary, I think, this looks like Roman bath. Some figures, such as, a pool like this doesn't exists in Turkish bath's. Instead there be a marble place in the center.

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