Author Topic: 'The Day' Lighting Study  (Read 547 times)

2019-04-16, 10:57:23

Bowcutt1

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Hi all, Recenet personal project, hope you like.

'The Day' architectural lighting study focused on creating atmosphere through the use of light. The design was loosely based on Casa La Punta by Eliaz Rizo Arquitectos.

Five key images were created each depicting a different time of day with a unique sense of light and atmosphere.


Sunny Afternoon | Dusk | Golden Hour | Night | Misty Morning


3Ds max 2018 / Corona renderer  / Photoshop CC / Megascan / Friendly Shade / 3DSky


Thank you for viewing!

https://www.behance.net/gallery/78878723/The-Day-(Lighting-Study)
Dave Bowcutt is a 3D Artist Living and working in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, UK

www.davebowcutt.com

2019-04-17, 10:56:00
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dkid

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dude what's wrong with pebbles? are those some alienated pebbles! :D  seriously need work on proportions.

rest is good. did you completely model,lit, shade and rendered the scene.

2019-04-17, 11:08:45
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Bowcutt1

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Hey dkid,

They are not really pebbles, they are large smooth stones, in hindsight they probably need a rougher texture so they dont look like smooth river pebbles. The scales is realistic, but they probably need to look more like the attached.

Had a few comments on them, but just didn't see it at the time.

Modelled the house, everything else is stock models where possible as the lighting was the focus of this project.

Cheers for the feedback.
Dave Bowcutt is a 3D Artist Living and working in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, UK

www.davebowcutt.com

2019-04-17, 19:06:08
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dkid

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Hey dkid,

They are not really pebbles, they are large smooth stones, in hindsight they probably need a rougher texture so they dont look like smooth river pebbles. The scales is realistic, but they probably need to look more like the attached.

Had a few comments on them, but just didn't see it at the time.

Modelled the house, everything else is stock models where possible as the lighting was the focus of this project.

Cheers for the feedback.

Ok the "stones" really killing the visuals but i like the rest of the work. I did checked your behance really good renders. keep it doing. wish i could have knowledge of shading and lighting like you.

2019-04-17, 21:38:18
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Same thoughts on the giant pebbles, they are very distracting. But like you said, they don't have the same features as the large stones in your precedent image. If you can replace them you would have a solid series of images.

2019-04-17, 21:43:00
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TomG

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All that said, now someone needs to go and make those in the real world; giant pebbles! Give yourself a kind of "living on the set of 'Land of the Giants'" feel ;)