Like all other Elnata projects, it is inspiring I would love to know about the curtains and the rug? How they can be so realistic?
I think color tones are great.
Arno thanks a lot for your opinions. you are right about the horizontals. About the lady in the kitchen, i was thinking that she is on her phone talking and maybe lean on the kitchen counter
Glad you like it
Santa is too early ; )
Epix 3D indeed he is or maybe this is Florida
nice work - especially right now I like your santa picture which reminds me of an ET scene
EGIE strange creatures must really like that moon effect
Hey. I would love to here your thoughts? Please be critical Criticism, improves
And these are some renders from same project!
Most of them are lighting and environment tests, except the last one. That scene is special for you It's about holiday, family, and dreams coming true...
Wish you all a happy new year with full of dreams came true
Hello there Enscape family. This is my Lake Loft design animation. Hope you like it..
Please feel free to comment
Hell yeah! Thanks It was so kind of you.
really like this one.. Congrats. can i learn the process of texturing bed sheet and other fabrics?
Thank you Alexander Devaykin.
So, nowadays RTX is a bad thing if you are planning to make 4k works, at least until the problem fixer release.
With all my respect to all the Enscape personel, I know they are working hard, and they are so nice. But I wonder did not nobody try to get a 4k render before the release of "major" RTX support of Enscape?
I admire ENSCAPE and its capabilities. Probably I will never use another render engine. Thats why (as beloved Demian Gutberlet knows (thank you again i am so happy wih the system you adviced i even set a new system for it.
Guys really? Lets decide it honestly, RTX is a good thing or a bad thing for Enscape?!
Everything but the props were modelled in Sketchup by me, including the terrain. It is actually quite simple, i would love to send you a tutorial teaching you how to do it! Thanks for enjoying it
Extraordinary I love it ! Especially that "terrain". Inspiring... First of all thank you for sharing and showing all of us what Enscape capable of. Most important thing is; Can I get that tutorial too please I just cant wait to learn which grass or brush models you use and Which way you follow to design the terrain? I believe you used them as proxies but not with skatter as you say.. Its quite an intensive gardening has been done there
Looks great thanks for sharing
-Who are we?
-What we want?
-When we want?
Altan Altunbas , pardon if I've caused some confusion, but what I wanted to say is that you would be of fine with an i7 (current or even older generation too) because Enscape is mainly utilizing the GPU not CPU. But still, go with an i9, or if you'd prefer and have a limited budget, with a current gen i7 for example and then spend more on the GPU. Just an idea!
Also, I don't have much experience with AMD CPU's I have to say, but I'm pretty sure that the current generation of AMD CPU's are also more than capable to run SketchUp with larger/complex projects of course - again, for Enscape it would still not be as relevant as the GPU!
Hope this helps!
Of course that helped and eventually i got i7 9700k + 2060 Super Combination on my desk now Thanks again.
Thanks a lot Demian Gutberlet . Its great to be here with all you nice guys I felt in love with Enscape and I'm sure its going to be more awesome with time thanks to you
Did i misunderstand it or you recommend i7 9700k rather than others? ( Because there you say "i9 9700k" may be mistake ) If so, I'll stick with i7 9700k Would it be too much if i want to hear your thouhts about AMD pcu family too?
MatthiasL thank you so much for advices, you bet i try to strech as possible as i can Im affraid I have to keep some to buy my main tool Enscape too
Im sure the "thread" difference is perceivable jtubb
Hey Elnata.. Nice details and Great jobs thanks for sharing. Is this sketchup + enscape? I wanna learn how you managed the modelling water movements at the center pool.
I am about to buy a new PC for Enscape+Sketchup, but i just cant be sure how powerfull or expensive the pcu should be?
These are my options:
i9 9900k, i7 9700k, Ryzen 9 3900x, Ryzen 7 3800x
My questions :
- Is 9700k will be enough for me?
- Will I ever need the AMD's multi threads?
- Is "geting and amd pcu" a risk using with nvidia gpu? etc...
I would be happy if you guys can enlighten me. My brain is about to blow up
(BTW On the gpu side Im planning to get a rtx 2060 super)