Author Topic: THE LAKE HOUSE  (Read 5283 times)

2017-06-18, 01:59:47

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Hi guys,

I'd like to share these renderings with you. It was a commercial project that i finished for myself. I was inspired by nature, different weather and different mood. I also wanted to practise with light and camera angles. Hope you will enjoy it.


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https://www.behance.net/gallery/53816913/THE-LAKE-HOUSE





















« Last Edit: 2017-06-18, 02:08:55 by nesprashivaj »

2017-06-18, 03:44:35
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Oh! Very nice!

What plant models did you use? Very realistic.

2017-06-18, 10:01:33
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Kickass project nesprashivaj !

Some (minority though!) moods are bit kitschy, overcolored for me but the rest is great. Esp. the clean blue sunny, the morning sunny and the overcast.
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2017-06-18, 16:42:46
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Oh! Very nice!

What plant models did you use? Very realistic.

Thank you!:) It is Evermotion vol.124, 126

2017-06-18, 17:29:21
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Kickass project nesprashivaj !

Some (minority though!) moods are bit kitschy, overcolored for me but the rest is great. Esp. the clean blue sunny, the morning sunny and the overcast.

So pleasant to hear from you! Thank you for the feedback, Juraj!
i'll pay my attention to it and try not to overdo. I think i understand about the thing you say.
Many thanks :)
« Last Edit: 2017-06-18, 17:33:27 by nesprashivaj »

2017-06-18, 23:59:19
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Oh! Very nice!

What plant models did you use? Very realistic.

Thank you!:) It is Evermotion vol.124, 126
Cool. I aparently need to update myself on Evermotion's content, then. Thanks!

2017-06-19, 23:16:51
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Oh! Very nice!

What plant models did you use? Very realistic.

Thank you!:) It is Evermotion vol.124, 126
Cool. I aparently need to update myself on Evermotion's content, then. Thanks!

:)

2017-06-19, 23:51:23
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Those are one of the most beautiful archviz renders i've ever see. Extremelly well executed!
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2017-06-20, 00:19:00
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No comments...
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It's woman hand :))

2017-06-20, 01:33:40
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The surroundings/environment/atmosphere/compositions are fantastic,...Top notch! But the level of detail of the focus building in the series of images is lacking when compared to everything else and really takes me out of it.

Things that immediately jump out to me are:
- the lack of any soffit details  (when the concrete intersects with the exterior boards doesn't have any depth to it)
- lack of flashing & fascia around the balcony/roof
- corners &  intersects feel kinda weird, especially between the balcony glass and the wood panels beneath it.

2017-06-20, 06:47:07
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color and everything about art looks great...but why do birds look heavy
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2017-06-20, 10:02:01
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The surroundings/environment/atmosphere/compositions are fantastic,...Top notch! But the level of detail of the focus building in the series of images is lacking when compared to everything else and really takes me out of it.

Things that immediately jump out to me are:
- the lack of any soffit details  (when the concrete intersects with the exterior boards doesn't have any depth to it)
- lack of flashing & fascia around the balcony/roof
- corners &  intersects feel kinda weird, especially between the balcony glass and the wood panels beneath it.

It must be taken into account that this is not an architectural engineering plan, this is artistic work of which is to convey the general atmosphere and mood of this place, created for himself own pleasure///
It is quite possible that these views are not even needed by the customer, architect, or real estate agent  /for this enough is several general view's////
Architect, client or seller not needed flowers, butterfly's, dog's and close up's on chair leg:)))
With the same success, instead of a house, there could be a simple abstract cube without architectural details at all///
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2017-06-21, 16:04:32
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Those are one of the most beautiful archviz renders i've ever see. Extremelly well executed!

Thank you so much for your kind words

2017-06-21, 16:05:51
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The surroundings/environment/atmosphere/compositions are fantastic,...Top notch! But the level of detail of the focus building in the series of images is lacking when compared to everything else and really takes me out of it.

Things that immediately jump out to me are:
- the lack of any soffit details  (when the concrete intersects with the exterior boards doesn't have any depth to it)
- lack of flashing & fascia around the balcony/roof
- corners &  intersects feel kinda weird, especially between the balcony glass and the wood panels beneath it.

Thank you for these notes and critics!


2017-06-21, 16:08:23
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color and everything about art looks great...but why do birds look heavy

Thanks:) Don't know about birds, they are as they are:)