Author Topic: That November mood...  (Read 1754 times)

2016-11-03, 11:25:28

David Males

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Good Morning everyone,

This is actually my first post to this section as I've always prefered to watch than to be watched..
But well today I am in the mood to show you one piece of the project I work on now (which are actually windows shades/nets) as it goes quite well with the current autumn weather outside..

It is still not the final piece, interior has to be finished and some details as well, but I think you may find it quite pleasant :)

I will be happy to see your thoughts on it down below..

I will also post full project once its fully finished... So far it's not about all the perfect technical details, but about that november mood ... ;)

Thank you for your time!

//UPDATE : You can find finished project here:  https://www.behance.net/gallery/45797179/CLIMAX-set5

« Last Edit: 2016-11-29, 16:04:43 by David_Males »

2016-11-03, 12:30:28
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mraw

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Well done! I'd like to mention a few things that came to my mind:
- the leaves on the lawn should be a bit more scattered
- the leaves and flowers in the shadow-area look to bright and saturated to me
- the reflection in the windows look a bit strange, because this single window reflects a blue sky
- the leaves in the foreground: Premultiply-errors?

2016-11-03, 12:36:14
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David Males

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Well done! I'd like to mention a few things that came to my mind:
- the leaves on the lawn should be a bit more scattered
- the leaves and flowers in the shadow-area look to bright and saturated to me
- the reflection in the windows look a bit strange, because this single window reflects a blue sky
- the leaves in the foreground: Premultiply-errors?

Hello and thank you for ur insight. I think you are right on all of the points, I will work on it :)

About the blue reflection, the hdri itself has some blue sky on it so probably that window is the only one reflecting it, which therefore appears to be wrong.. I will try desaturation on final piece there ..

Have a nice day!
« Last Edit: 2016-11-03, 15:52:38 by David_Males »

2016-11-29, 16:01:22
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David Males

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Hello again guys,

As I promised, here you can find finished project with all of the pictures I made.
Dont hesitate to comment with ur piece of opinion or advice:)

I hope it is ok to post behance website as its easier than uploading it here again:)

Thank you for ur time and ahve a nice week!

https://www.behance.net/gallery/45797179/CLIMAX-set5
« Last Edit: 2016-11-29, 16:14:09 by David_Males »