Author Topic: Casa Spodsbjerg  (Read 29776 times)

2014-11-10, 20:44:00

Lucas3d

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This is a part of a bigger project. We will update the gallery with additional renders soon.
Tools used : 3ds max for modeling, Corona Renderer and Photoshop for retouch.
Let me know what you think.









Best Regards
Lucas
« Last Edit: 2014-11-18, 23:44:05 by Lucas3d »
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2014-11-11, 01:36:01
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Dimer

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Cool work Lucas!!! Clean and realistic!

2014-11-11, 09:21:57
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deneb26

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nice mellow lighting and BG-Integration.
The fire IMHO is a tad too big scale-wise, though.

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2014-11-11, 12:44:58
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Lucas3d

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Thank you Dimer!

Maybe a little bit deneb26 ;)

I've added a new rendering of the project.
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2014-11-11, 23:13:37
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Thank you headoff!
Next render are coming up. Working on the kitchen right now.
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2014-11-11, 23:34:42
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Juraj Talcik

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Some good light !

Since I've seen the original hundreds time, I have to call you out on lazy texturing :- ) very typical for archviz, just tiling textures.
I am not saying extremes like dirt&grit, just proper placement of low-frequency detail. You could have painted the concrete in 10 minutes in Photoshop and still use box mapping.

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2014-11-11, 23:37:38
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Thank you for your comment Juraj.
Thats the next step for me, I'm not that good with painting textures...
This is more of a showcase for the models I sell in my on-line shop.
http://shop.visualworkshop3d.ch/

Hope the next project will be more detailed :)
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2014-11-12, 00:01:57
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Thank you for your comment Juraj.
Thats the next step for me, I'm not that good with painting textures...
This is more of a showcase for the models I sell in my on-line shop.
http://shop.visualworkshop3d.ch/

Hope the next project will be more detailed :)

Nice, I'll have a look !

Then perhaps do just slight overpaint ? Just mask out the tiling genericness and repetition.
5min example attached.

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2014-11-12, 00:16:38
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I will give it a try after I finish the kitchen! 
Thanks Juraj!
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2014-11-12, 22:51:53
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Lucas3d

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Here is the kitchen, still not 100% satisfied.
Can I ask admin to put this thread to WIP ?

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2014-11-12, 23:10:10
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I like the kitchen image a lot!

2014-11-13, 16:31:32
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Lucas3d

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Thank you daniel266! Very kind of you. Now is time for the exterior shot.
GrowFX for the Trees and shrubs ... hope to learn some about this pluign.
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2014-11-13, 17:31:20
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I really like the mood and soft lighting of this last image, very attractive and contrasting with the materials used. Congratulations.
No problem for me with the concrete textures, but maybe for the ceiling one witch is quite repetitive...
Good luck for the exteriors
Roland

2014-11-13, 22:07:14
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This is a part of a bigger project. We will update the gallery with additional renders soon.
Tools used : 3ds max for modeling, Corona Renderer and Photoshop for retouch.
Let me know what you think.

Best Regards
Lucas
Hi,

I love the lighting. Could you tell us a little bit about it. HDRi used, sun settings, etc Thanks.