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obscured leaded glass

  obscured leaded glass by stephenjone5

Category Architecture
Date 2007-10-05 17:08:50
   
Rendertime 00:30:47
System Intel Xeon CPU 3.20GHz, 3.00 GB of RAM, NVIDIA Quadro FX 1500
Vray version vray_adv_150R4_max90
3dsmax version Autodesk VIZ 2008
   
Comment An obscured glass version of the glass, leaded, window :-)

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marakis wrote: thanks!

msvera wrote: thankx

mmasy wrote: good

plc2006x wrote: good meterial, i like it.Thanks

uturn wrote: cool

Herman wrote: Super! Was needing leaded glass for a medieval piece.

jbr wrote: nice work! cool...

melissita247 wrote: unique! very good

parafuso999 wrote: thank you

quyi_1985 wrote: thank you!

quyi_1985 wrote: thank you!

quyi_1985 wrote: thank you!

fa-mo wrote: thank you for materials

ploong wrote: really thank you :D

PunkGuy wrote: yeah ! but nice mat!

stephenjone5 wrote: heheh! I thought you might... They do look identical in the thumb! Cheers ;-)

Marco wrote: I had to do a double take to see the difference :D




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