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mizike80

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My first run at an interior scene.  no post production at all.

 

let me know if you have any tips for better lighting on the ceiling.

 

thanks.

 

mike


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Hey that's a great rendering.
I am not a fan of the architecture you show but i like the quality of rendering and scene setup.
The glass sphere is top ! Want to share what light settings you gave to the bulb.

You are right about the 'greyish' ceiling. It is the only thing that needs some improvement.
I am no specialist on omnilghts (hardly use them) but could a well positioned (soft) omnilght fix this?

Again, super image

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the glass sphere is amazing ! the floor is to reflective IMHO (looks like glass), wet floor ?

what were sliders in the settings (speed/jaggy) ? 'coz I see some noise in the upper right of the picture. also the grayish ceiling could be from too low quality settings
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That's a nice render. The light is very good. Just a tech suggestion - if those are sash windows they are usually installed the other way round to stop rain leaking in. Can you post a skp of the light for all to try?

 

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Amazing render especially the glass globe. I am also not big on architecture but render is great. The texture on table legs need rotating (being fussy) and floor is too reflective, but all in all great.

 

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You guys are to European  I like the design..the big crown molding, the floating shelves..the nice archway and the thick verticals in the window design.. it all kinda works together. I agree with TBD..a little jaggy ...and I find if you don't have quality wide open, the dark areas look a little weird..like smoke damage instead of shadows. Man, if you could only get a shine on a floor like that in real life  but overall nice render...maybe go for a larger image size, crank the sliders wide open and pop it in the oven for a day or so...

 

David

 

That globe light is really cool! Any chance of sharing?


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Fantastic image! The best things for me, apart form the fabulous globe light, are the sniny pots, glass and chrome.

 

There are some things not quite perfect though. Ceiling is wrong, floor is too shiny and I think the windows need to be a bit more detailed. The rest of the model is much more subtle.

 

But that really is being picky, still a really great image!

 


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you captured those glasses reflection really well. congratulation.

nowadays very few architects prefer that architecture (?). but here in vietnam you can have a lot of projects. thats the typical interior here in Hanoi.

 

chao

 

 


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Thanks for all of the feedback...  good catch on the windows being inside out!

 

I could not upload the attachment because of file size (4434kb), I tried everything I know but could not reduce anymore, so i posted on my site.

 

http://www.seebeforebuilding.com/PODIUM/3458_KITCHEN.zip

 

Hope it helps.

 

Thanks.

Mike

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Also.  the Podium settings were just slightly off the left/lower quality side.  So, maybe when i have time i will take Fella77's advice and let it rock out overnight at the highest settings.

 

Mike

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Hi

 

I could not open the file. It tells me that zip is invalid or corrupted.

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