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show user profile  krbendel
Here are some images of work I never seem to get time to finish off.

This was rendered in Mental Ray mainly as a lighting exercise. I didn't model the chair and bed .

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This was rendered in Vray.

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This was modelled in max and rendered using standard max light tracer.

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Modelled in max and rendered in Vray.

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3/11/2010 3:55:57 PM (last edit: 3/12/2010 2:36:34 PM)
show user profile  rob@dynamic
Looks good, few crits/comments:

Image1:

Camera angle is horrible, keep the camera level for arch vis - at least thats what i've been told from other members on here.

Your bed cover is very ridged, esp on the bottob two corners.

Add some skirting boards

not keen on sqare tiles on both the wall and the floor, personal opinion though.

bed seems very low, and chair very wide.

Image 2:

Tone down the reflection on the lamp, its very distracting.

Image 3:

Add some proper materials to it, metals ect... Nice model though.

Image 4:

Add more light to the scene, it looks very dull. Look up tuts for a studio light set up.

Good work over-all just needs tweaking. Hope the above helps.

Rob


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3/11/2010 4:20:51 PM (last edit: 3/11/2010 4:20:51 PM)
show user profile  krbendel
Thanks Rob.
I thought the camera angle added a bit of dynamism and made the image more striking...oh well.
The tiled wall is supposed to be sets of hidden wardrobes.
I see what you mean about the reflection in the second image.
Yeah I must create a standard studio lighting setup when I get time.
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3/11/2010 4:30:16 PM (last edit: 3/11/2010 4:46:04 PM)
show user profile  rob@dynamic
Yea on the first interior I posted here I had a very similar cam angle for that same reason, but got told its a major NO for arch vis iamges.

Ah I see about the wardrobes, maybe change the floor to carpet if you can. Depends if it's for a client or your portfolio.

edit: Just noticed you have no curtains or blinds in either interior too.


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3/11/2010 4:57:57 PM (last edit: 3/11/2010 5:04:37 PM)
show user profile  spoon
Those interiors look nice, although a bit too dark


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3/11/2010 5:01:07 PM (last edit: 3/11/2010 5:01:07 PM)
show user profile  krbendel
@rob: maybe a carpet would be better, although it's supposed to be holiday apartment. All this is personal work so can do what I like. Yeah no blinds or curtains, what can I say... I'm an exhibitionist!
Actually forgot to put those in.

@spoon: Cheers, yes the second image was even darker originally, i lightened it in photoshop. looks like i might overhaul that lighting setup too.
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3/11/2010 5:29:46 PM (last edit: 3/11/2010 5:29:46 PM)
show user profile  Mardem
the first 2 interiors are really good but i think they are to dark.
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3/11/2010 5:41:52 PM (last edit: 3/11/2010 5:41:52 PM)
show user profile  rob@dynamic
If it's for your portfolio i'd def add a new floor, maybe carpet or wooden floor boards? Maybe even a large marble texture. I just think the two sets of tiles clash? Others may beg to differ?

Also you maybe an exhibitionist, but every house has curtains or blinds so add some.haha

Add some skirts too around the room.

Its good but has the potential to be a real nice image!


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3/11/2010 5:44:04 PM (last edit: 3/11/2010 5:44:04 PM)
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