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Friday, 6 January 2012

MTM Series 2012_No1_ Ubaid Danang Febrianto_"Casa Provenza"

Welcome to our new series of MTM or Mini-the-Making where contributors share their workflow, special set-ups, materials, settings and other relevant things leading to their final visualization. SVR welcomes and introduces artists who use Sketchup and Vray Sketchup in this MTM series.

Last year, SVR presented 24 MTMs which can be accessed HERE. We knew from different feedback, how the series had helped many in a small way to improve. This year we will be starting another MTM Series called "MTM Series 2012"   We hope that you will enjoy and learn from this series. If you feel you have something to share and contribute to this 2012 MTM series, do not hesitate to contact us. Once again thank you very much.

Here is our first MTM for this year courtesy of Ubaid Dananf Febrianto. Thanks Ubaid for this "Casa Provenza" MTM.

Final Image.

SketchUp Setup

Sunlight coming behind the camera position.

Post Processing. Adjusting exposure, levels, and contrast.