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drawovis

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Hi,
this week a flyer dropped in with the post and I thought I give it a go.
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so after modeling several interiors, I came up with this.

I tried several lightings with a LEM90 outside or sun and I'm curious which one is to your liking...

The one I like best is a 3_interior_QMC_2_HDR preset. It's a bit grainy but nice detail.
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the next is from the same model, but then with a 3_Interior_high_2_HDR preset.
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the next has smaller openings, rendered with the 3_interior_QMC_2_HDR preset.
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It's a bit gloomy, what do you think? But I like a bit darker image.

And I made one with direct Sunlight and physical sky.
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Which one do you guys like the best?

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can't leave it alone...
Here's another one. I made the hallway a bit darker and added more bump to the tiles. Perhaps a bit too much for the surface, but I like the highlights on the edge of the tiles.
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For me the gloomy one! nice exercise Drawovis, the light on the lamp seems more natural in that one, I would lower the saturation only on the frames to check them in that scenario, and maybe try a more portrait ratio in that one framing the doors, ?
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Hey Andres, thanks!
I find that in this case the broad view will draw your eye more to the middle, light part of the scene that way..?
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Exercises like this are really great to improve your skills! You've done an excellent job!

The detail and care here is really lovely and I actually think your scene is nicer than the photo!

The one thing that stands out for me is the lack of anything over the armchair to soften it. No cushion or fabric cover.

The other thing is that the wine bottle spout aligns perfectly with the panel junction behind which looks a little odd to me.

You can see on the photograph that the gap between the skirting and the floor is slightly bigger than yours. This is interesting because I normally recommend say 2mm, this shows that for elements like that 5mm is fine!

I agree with you about the darker image 😉

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So.. here's the final on this one.
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have a nice weekend, everyone!

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Loved the cat! great render drawois!
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Oh yes - that's the money shot [wink]

Great job! and a really nice documentation of the evolution of the image. It goes without saying that I think it's clearly better!

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Incredible render - great personal take on the scene!

Where do you get your textures and components from?
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Thanks guys! [biggrin]
@Johnic07,
The most of the components are from the Podium Browser: Doors, handles, furniture, plants, socket, magazine, book, glass, plinth. Side table is a little tweaked for the purpose. Floor textures, metals, advanced glass also Podium Browser.
The (tweaked) 3D cat is picked up from the Google 3Dwarehouse. Wallpaper and paintings is based on what I could find on Google.
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Wow.  So the final is using QMC.  Damn.  Nice job!!
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QMC is the best I think. It’s just slow and grainy compared to the others.
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Thanks @drawovis - incredible work.
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