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baiucu

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hi guys ...
sorry for not posting in such a long time
i've been working on this new project
it's a shelter for victims of domestic violence
and i had a lot to study because i had my exam period
anyway here are the first renders


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Hi Baiucu

 

The renders look good. Good lighting levels.I presume they are straight out of podium. 

I am interested in the architectural side. Could you give us more info on the the concept and perhaps post some other plans or sections be it from SU.

baiucu

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it is not my project... i just did the 3d model and the renders
so sorry i cant post any technical details

the only thing added in PS are the trees... no image adjustments

any suggestions about how to improve the renders will be much appreciated

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You can tell by the some tree shadows, the ones creating shadow over building.

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Great images Baiucu.
Very clear communication of the projects layout.

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thanks

here are some night shots
.... no PS


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and some church images from the same project
i used only omnis placed as far as possible from the wall so i don't get overexposure.... and SU sunlight
rendering times 36 min and 42min


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Baiucu

 

The last two images are great. Beautiful subtle light and very peaceful space. I am impressed. I think it would be really nice if you could cook a tutorial explaining how you use the omnis.

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thanks sepo
i definitely will as soon as i'm done with this project

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these are the last two....
i only have to do some more facades and i'm done


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those are great images. i love the last 2 you just posted.

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Baiucu. Nice renders but I am not so sure about women. They look kind of two 2d, especially nun in the first image. Also 2 business women look out of place for the centre of battered women... and if I want to be picky you need nicer bronze texture for the bell in the second image...

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baiucu,

 

i like all the pictures above, especially the church interiors. the lighting is awesome.

 

for the last two images, i think you should be careful in composition particularly in putting entourage. some of your entourage competes for attention with your building. those people stands out until you dont really notice the building. the placement of view along the hallway is very good, but what a pity the nun was put there.

 

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i think you're both right about the people, i didn't like them either
it was the project owner's choice... the two business women are suppose to be financial assistance women so...
anyway the renders got the OK from the project owner so i don't think i'll change them
but i'll keep in mind your suggestions
and thanks a lot
regards, baiucu

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these are the last images from this project
i'm finaly done
 i'll be working now on that tut i promised


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