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Gallery / Re: The morning after the rain
« on: 2017-01-19, 09:00:13 »
wow really great job!
i think displacement on the cobblestones is a little bit off. maybe try to make the noise flatter and bigger. its too spikey, and you see it especially at the bottom left corner.
but wow very detailed the whole image. great :D

Gallery / Re: Portfolio Renders
« on: 2016-08-23, 11:16:06 »
I would change the plaster texture. its too perfect white, it looks not realistic. maybe try with uvw and layered material to add some dirt were the walls touch the ground.

Also i would add some constructional details such as "roof border" (i dont know the names in english).
look at a picture of a built house:
and then look at all the metal sheets and small details and add some to youre model. if this house would be built, the stairs would not look like that, the railing would not look like that and the walls wouldnt too. just add some detail

i also dont know if the suited man, the porsche and bikini woman fit there. in my opinion its much too stereotypic, but thats just my opinion.

Gallery / Re: Tileble exterior
« on: 2016-03-01, 10:19:30 »
Really nice work!
I like that you put in the streetlights for a bit more realism. But i would at least half the amount of them. If you see 3-4 on one picture the impact is enough.

Gallery / Re: Exterior in Jurmala
« on: 2016-03-01, 10:17:01 »
It looks a bit like Sims :)

Gallery / Re: Living Decor
« on: 2016-02-12, 11:56:10 »
Really nice Work! I'm so in love with this floor <3
And i really like the Idea with the Mirror who shows the Lamp.

I asked myself if it would be better to add some texture, dirtiness or something on the glass of the mirror so it looks more like a reflection. Maybe look that the light itself reflects on it or i dont know.
Look at this: Maybe a gradient.
And some depth in the Frame would make it better too, so the glass is not in the same layer as the frame. Or should it be that way?
I saw a little mistake in the mirrorframe. Look at the edges theres a little Problem with the geometry :).

Gallery / Re: Nyhavn: Copenhagen, Episode 1
« on: 2016-02-12, 11:50:32 »
- The Scale of the LEGO Stormtrooper and Vader is too big. in Real theyre smaller.

How can you be sure about that... in the era of 3d printing?

Its not a question of possibility but of referencing. If you show a Lego Figure you have to apply its scale, form, appearance etc. Because the average Person wants to identify it. You can also show a 3D printed something but then the viewer should identify it too. These are all elements who create a mood in the scene, they should not take focus.

Gallery / Re: Nyhavn: Copenhagen, Episode 1
« on: 2016-02-11, 13:59:58 »
Wow!! Reeeeeaaally nice! :D
i would go living there immediately :D

two small details i dont like:
- The Scale of the LEGO Stormtrooper and Vader is too big. in Real theyre smaller.
- I would put some Pillows with different Clothes and Patterns on the Sofa instead of making them out of the same Material. Because normally you dont have Pillows out of the same cloth.

Gallery / Re: Study
« on: 2016-02-11, 09:20:59 »
And i would take a newer version of the iphone ;)

Gallery / Re: Invermay House
« on: 2016-02-10, 12:55:39 »
Very very nice! its cool to have a closeup shot just for the mood :)
but i would change the pillows and make them darker too so you have a little more contrast to de bedlamps and the white wall.

Gallery / Re: Night stand
« on: 2016-02-10, 12:52:36 »
nice one!
i like the fractal pattern on the bedclothes :)

Gallery / Re: Shed in a woods
« on: 2016-02-10, 12:50:52 »
Hey very good work! how did you make the snow?

Maybe you should try add a little dirtiness to the bricks, woods, maybe moss near to the ground, some early signs of usage,...
then it could look even more realistic.

Gallery / Re: Study
« on: 2016-01-22, 10:23:24 »
Really nice work!

I'm a huge fan of the Plastic Side chair from Charles and Ray Eames. But look please that you use the right colors. It's a detail but it look more realistic then. The colors are always a little less strong. Look here for all colors:

And for the floor there's a free script from Bertrand Benoit that is really strong and easy to use. Check it out:

Gallery / Re: Old City Apartments
« on: 2016-01-22, 10:04:36 »
Wow. Really nice work!! Congrats :D

I saw two little things: in the first picture Exterior6 you have at the bottom right some issues with the road texture. And in the Exterior2 render the tree's are somewhat square around. Maybe use better Tree models there.

But rly nice work! i like the composing into real pictures for the spatial context.

Gallery / Re: Business Park
« on: 2016-01-22, 09:39:53 »
Rly? I get the free cutout people from xoio there :)

Gallery / Re: Ice cream
« on: 2016-01-21, 15:57:23 »
The "stipe" of the cherry is not read. it is greenish/brown and has a thicker thing on top of it:

like in this picture.

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