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2018-07-30, 22:32:12

crazyhow3

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Hi guys

Binyan studios put out a scene in their application for a job in their office. While I do not plan on applying for the job, i decided to use the scene to practice on, and here are the results. All I did was set up lighting and apply materials. The camera was already set up.
 
I would love all critique, suggestions, and comments!

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2018-07-31, 10:43:42
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maru

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Binyan studios put out a scene in their application for a job in their office. While I do not plan on applying for the job, i decided to use the scene to practice on, and here are the results.
Hi, that's interesting. Is this scene available for download somewhere?

2018-07-31, 15:11:52
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yes they posted the job application here https://corona-renderer.com/forum/index.php?topic=20971.0
the scene has no materials or lighting

any critique on my work?

2018-07-31, 16:48:47
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yes they posted the job application here https://corona-renderer.com/forum/index.php?topic=20971.0
Ah, thanks for letting me know, must have overlooked it. :)

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any critique on my work?
I'm probably not qualified enough, but here is what strikes me most:
-the gaps/bevels between floor planks are too pronounced
-the concrete walls behind the window are just too concrete - maybe some kind of tree/ivy would help in there?
-the camera position is strange, and the objects are chaotic, making a messy composition in the center scattering all over the frame
-brick material on the kitchen wall looks plastic
-the things on the table could probably be smaller and more subtle

2018-07-31, 18:28:36
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thank you!
the camera angle is what Binyan placed in the scene. but besides that, do you think adding some grunge to the concrete wall will help? also the brick wall in the kitchen is supposed to be porcelain tile, does it look to plasticy for that?

2018-08-01, 13:21:49
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thank you!
the camera angle is what Binyan placed in the scene. but besides that, do you think adding some grunge to the concrete wall will help? also the brick wall in the kitchen is supposed to be porcelain tile, does it look to plasticy for that?
Adding grunge would probably help.
Maybe the porcelain material could have two layers of reflectivity? (with LayeredMtl)

2018-08-30, 15:21:17
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All that maru said + above that

- Ajust camera try to fit in things of intrest in focal points
- Play with lights interiors almost always look better with contrasty overcast hdri
- The image looks washed out there is no observable difference in light you should always try to show the difference in lithing going trough the room brightr at the windows and darker as it goes trough the room.
- Try adding artificial lithing
- Ajust white balance (now it is heading to the red spectrum)
- Play with built in luts
- Ajust the contrast it might help with image looking too washed out.
- Try to experimentate with materials adding some reflections to mate/semimate materials might work out good in the end.

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2018-12-26, 10:35:57
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Hi,

Anyone can convert scene Max file to OBJ and FBX, I am C4D user. I will give a try also.

Thanks.
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2018-12-26, 12:17:15
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beanzvision

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Hi,

Anyone can convert scene Max file to OBJ and FBX, I am C4D user. I will give a try also.

Thanks.
...

I have a converted version but won't be back at my desk for a day or two.

2018-12-26, 12:44:40
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Hi,

Anyone can convert scene Max file to OBJ and FBX, I am C4D user. I will give a try also.

Thanks.
...

I have a converted version but won't be back at my desk for a day or two.

Thanks Bean, I am also not in hurry....!
Post here, I will get that.

Thanks.
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2018-12-29, 03:51:27
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Hi,

Anyone can convert scene Max file to OBJ and FBX, I am C4D user. I will give a try also.

Thanks.
...

I have a converted version but won't be back at my desk for a day or two.

Hi Bean... if you are back in office....!

Thanks.
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« Last Edit: 2018-12-29, 03:55:28 by iacdxb »
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2019-03-14, 03:45:59
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no c4d, obj to give a try, anyone......?

thanks.
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