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Contemporary Bathroom by 1zmim Contemporary Bathroom by 1zmim
3d max 2011, vray 2.0...

Design and render and build!

Thanks very much for the Daily Deviation...
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Given 2011-03-12
Contemporary Bathroom by *solarseas. Fine detail, design and realism with stylish colors elegant atmosphere. ( Featured by KeremGo )
This is a fine piece or 3D work, and captures many elements of the modern bathroom perfectly. A good combination of honey woods and stone tiles, which does carry a Zen appeal. I have to say that I would like my bathroom to look like this (though it doesn't, not by a long shot).

Perhaps I am just nitpicking, but it seems to be too bright, considering the small size and low number of visible light fixtures. Then again, if photo-realism is not the goal, then it suits the purpose just fine.

All in all, a fine piece of work, both in technical terms and in creativity.
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nnq2603 Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014
Hey, I've got a question... Why is there a lavabo placed very low (almost reach the floor?!) in the left of this WC? What's it function? and is it popular in your location... Because it looks quite strange to me. I'm just curious, don't bother if you don't want to answer :aww:
1zmim Featured By Owner Edited Aug 23, 2014  Professional
This sanitary ware is called "bidet". It is for rectal and/or genital cleaning. And no it is not popular in my location, instead there is an additional tap in the closet for this purpose, hereabout. You're welcome!!!
bob4123 Featured By Owner Feb 6, 2014
hey for architecture, do u know what yr12 subjects you have to do?
1zmim Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014  Professional
Get a steel measuring tape and carry it always in your pocket. And try to measure every element of a building (walls, doors, windows, cabinets, columns, railings etc.), not the objects only, the spaces between each object also. And try to draw the elements with writing their dimensions to keep them in mind. And try to arrange them with correct proportions on a paper.
Tygahman Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Great work. :)
1zmim Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013  Professional
Thank  you!!
Tygahman Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
U r very welcome!
Aisha5000 Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
Very nice. This bathroom is worthy of a really great person's shit.
1zmim Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013  Professional
Aisha5000 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2013
Indeed =)
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