• Author: Sergey Smereka (RStyle)
  • Tools: 3ds max 2014, Corona render, Zbrush, Photoshop

The research by historians at the University of California reveals that most of the buildings in ancient Rome were made from brick and limestone, while only a few temples were constructed from marble. We decided to show the Ancient Roman Thermae (Baths) building at present days, being under restoration. In this case it was made out of bricks and limestone blocks. The contrast between ancient worn stone texture and contemporary scaffolding shows very well a scale of the building and it's enormous size!

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  1. Dmitry Datskov says:

    masterpiece!

  2. Tatiana says:

    Wonderful job, looks like a photograph. Love the depth and the numerity of details. Good luck!!

  3. David Aguero says:

    Nice details, great work!

  4. Nina says:

    It’s amazing…

  5. Maciej Ptaszynski says:

    Wow! Great details

  6. Viktoria says:

    a great idea and amazing performance

  7. Aitor Pérez says:

    It’s inspiring, nice job!

  8. rekkosta says:

    Amazing! Cool work!The best in Gallery!

  9. Julia says:

    Very creative project, great idea and perfect realization.

  10. Lars says:

    Awesome!

  11. Dizz says:

    COOL! Very impressed!!!

  12. Sean says:

    Excellent work! Textures are good and its very well composed!

  13. seghier khaled says:

    nice work
    if you make version without people and modern machine
    only the building with nice sky

  14. Sergey says:

    Great job!!! Fantastic!!!

  15. Krit says:

    Love your work. ^^

  16. Leonardo Albarracin says:

    I like the light in the scene!

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