Author Topic: Living room  (Read 2450 times)

2015-03-17, 21:09:22

Dmitriy Yemelianenko

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Here is my latest personal project.
Hope you like it. Any critique or comments are welcome.

2015-03-17, 21:32:07
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MGDesignUK

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Looking good but I get the feeling the room furnishing isn't quite finished. Like visuals 2, needs something else in the background. Just my thoughts though. How have you lit the scene?
MG Design UK - 3D Visualisation Studio Based In Surrey

2015-03-17, 21:38:39
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Dmitriy Yemelianenko

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Thank you. Yes the second image definitely need something in the background, but its already done so, maybe next time:)
I used Peter Guthrie's HDRI.

2015-03-18, 15:12:50
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Dimer

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On the composition taken from this interior.

2015-03-18, 16:10:57
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Dmitriy Yemelianenko

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Yep, exactly from this one.
I took Calligaris catalogue and chose several shots as references, mostly for composition and furniture layout. Did'nt want to spent much time on modelling exactly the same interiors.  But in terms of light, my variant looks much worse, I still can not achive the result I want. Any suggestions? or the answer is in postproduction? I'm still don't feel comfortable with PS, don't know why, I just don't like tweaking levels and curves.

2015-03-18, 22:47:17
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Well,

Here is the time to fallin' love with the curves ! :D
Holy Corona : the materials is the clue.