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Natstar

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Hi, here is a render of a new Cottage that we just got planning for, I did this image for the sales brochure.

The preset was Exterior High, with PP work.

1 Tye Oak - Final 01.jpg 

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Absolutely love it Natstar. Saw it on your Instagram. Beautiful stuff and love the PP!
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Nice work Nat - really love the brick edging texture!

Your fence looks as if it is floating though [wink]


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lovely ! great work Nat.   The one i am just starting to model is also stone with brick quoins and detailing around the windows very similar to this.  I'm not going to get to spend much time on it so it wont be nearly as good as this.
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Love it, the brick quoins and stone texture, roof tiling and roof detailing is really very special. The guttering, bonnet and ridge tiles are what make it incredibly convincing to me [smile]
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Beautiful work. How did you do the gutters and downspouts? I too am very impressed with the brick and stone work.
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Beautiful work nat! What's your insta!?
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Thanks for all your the comments.

"Builder2010" the gutters are all modelled and are fairly detailed. The Podium Browser has a very good one in its library.

"Sketchiar" do you mean my computer spec?

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Double Wow! It's like a dream. Not only the house, but the grass, gravel road, trees...
How much time do you spent in modeling + rendering?
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Nice detailing!
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Sorry I mean instagram. I Would like to see more of your images if that is where you display your work [smile]
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"Sketchlar", if your search for 3d_vis_jba on Instagram you will find my images.

"corniflet", its hard to say how long this took, not as long as you might think, the PP took a while to get right though.

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