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Beef_Studios

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Hi All,

A slightly different, more artistic style that im more leaning towards in the future.
Comments and thoughts welcome?

Thanks.
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Garden House 2 (merge).jpg


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Coachwood2680

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I'm liking it!

Personally though, the shadows need to be more harsh to create depth.

Also the grass has patches. Try rendering with 'QMC' or 'Vegetation' presets.
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Beautiful texturing and montage! This is a really nice render, you do need to use the vegetation preset though...

You need to straighten your verticals on the render before you composite your images though! That glass balustrade will get stinking dirty in that location. Lovely idea, not terribly practical in reality!

A minimal metal balustrade in black metal would work better functionally, and would look good visually here too 😉

Great stuff [thumb]


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anderseide

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That black panel texture is really nice, may I ask you where I can find it? 
Beef_Studios

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Thanks Coachwood and Bigstick for your comments, I only just realised I didn't have these presets [eek]
Bigstick you're totally right, il have a tweak with 'reset tilt' and the two-point perspective for the verticals and also agree with the balustrade comments I think design over practicality won there.
Anderseide, the texture is just a seamless timber plank texture but colour changed to black. I also made the walls have a slatted timber profile (almost like an extended zig zag if that makes sense) to try and capture some shadows.

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Looks nice. How much post processing did you have to do and with what softwares?
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