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architectspaltman

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A render from a living room made for a client. I used the hdr-interior high preset. I used Photoshop for the light balance. In the non-HDR renders I had problems with the sunlight, which caused overexposure when shining through the curtains. But it was a first time workflow, so many things to improve.

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Really nice render! The light has a great feel to it.

The floor texture isn't good though. Those planks look way too wide.

Those dining chairs in the foreground have the wood texture running in the wrong direction. Same with the table. If those are from the Browser, please let us know which items they are, because they need fixing.

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Thanks for your comments! I missed these two texture issues, I think I was too much focused on the light. The dining table and chairs are from the browser:
-VP_Dining_Table_11.skp#1
I will adjust the floorplanks to something like 20cm (8inch). I used the following: PDM_Planks_10

I will post the new render when ready. Anyway, the hdr settings are really great!

Paul



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The floor texture and furniture textures adjusted. I also added the floor plan. Model made in Archicad, then exported to Sketchup with 3D cutaway. No rendering, just simple 2D export from Sketchup. In my opinion it looks better than a rendered floor plan. Most objects from the browser. Interior render and floor plan (totally 9 different ones) are being used for a brochure for interested buyers. The floor plan shown here is the unchanged version, in the final version I made some small changes, especially the cut surfaces of the walls.

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Hi,

very nice interior !   The floor planks running the other direction may look better, and maybe 6inch wide.
architectspaltman

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Thanks for your comment. I think you're right. The planks could be a bit smaller and maybe in the other direction. Also they're a bit blurred in my opinion. I'll give it a try and I'll add some more detail to the ceiling as well.

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Also try adding some interior lighting fixtures (lights off) and some baseboards on the walls, nice mood
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Thanks, I agree with you. Adding some lights will make the ceiling come to life. The walls also could have some improvements like the baseboards. I'll give it a try!

Paul
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