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Sketchlar

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Hi guys,

Decided to give it a got at an internal scene and render. Im still new to podium but so far its amazing, and really simple to use! i would love some CC on these.

My work flow was:

sketchbook> Photoshop mood board > sketchup > Podium > Photshop Post Prep> Snapseed.

and thanks bigstick for helping me with my lighting problem.

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This is pretty cool! For once the artificial lighting work well with the natural light! [smile]

The image composition are great!Texturing of the big H beam is fabulous! But I think you may have to much refection on the small ones; those things are rusty and shouldn't look glossy. Also, a bit more texture on the punching bag would help, if you already have one, just scale it up.

Really great work there!

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These are nice renders, I agree with what Nick has said.

It would be nice to see how it looks with our the artificial lights on, I think they would look good.

Overall the detail and natural lighting is great.

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Great job! I agree with Nat about seeing how the lighting works with artificial lights off [smile]

Otherwise, you have a gallery-worthy render [thumb]

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Sketchlar

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Thanks for the feedback guys, really appreciate it! i Will play around with the lighting this week and see what happens. I am loving working on more intimate spaces though, makes a change from obnoxious exteriors.
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These are pretty insane for first go at interiors. Good work.
Sketchlar

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Thanks mate [smile] I think the more effort you put into modelling, the better results you get from rendering. I tried to go pretty detailed in this where as with external renders I normally rely more on PP to get a realistic result. I'm excited for my next one! I'm thinking internal treehouse with external deck and Spa
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Mayawaska lion! Nice image, nice music too.....  https://youtu.be/7e6WpUmfg4o?t=1
ps: turn off the lights[cool]
Sketchlar

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Yeh i like the music [smile] i wanted the staging of the room to suit a mid 20's "bachelor type"  i think the music suits 
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Nice rusty beam
nice balanced lighting
nice composition
nice decoration

I keep coming back to look at these....they please my brain...a sure sign that you got it right.

Nice!

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one thing...if the guy that fits into those shoes lifts the barbell over his head he will hit the hanging light.
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Actually you're right, I forgot about this, good call!
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Thanks Pmolson and Bigstick, thats nice to hear.  In relation to the barbell, lets just imagine the guy to own this room is mid 30's and rocking the "dad bod". the barbells are just to make him look athletic when he brings ladies back to his pad! [wink]

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Hey guys. I've been away on vacation for a few weeks, but just realised that my image was used in the monthly email! So who ever made this happen, thank you.

It's nice to know when your work is noticed and credited. Hopefully a few of my renders currently in the 'oven' are gallery worthy.

Cheers!
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