Paris kitchen

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This image was a "hobby" project where I tried to create something photo real with Thea.
Inspired by photos I tried to recreate real world lighting as close as I could.
Modeled with SketchUp and rendered with Thea Presto AO and a small amount of depth of field.
Floor and tiles modeled with the SDM Floor generator script with just a single tile able texture!
Original render is 3000 pixels high.
No post pro on the image.
Paris_kitchen_low.jpg
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:clap: :clap: :clap:

with a lot of practice, that's exactly the type of image i would like be able to do !

congrats
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love it. nice mood and style
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GREAT render, Jan...! :clap: :clap:

I'm sure that some people will find it difficult to believe this is modeled using SketchUp, but for sure SU is able to make such a great model... :thumbup:
I'd also imagine that some people will find it hard to believe that this is a raw render made with Thea and NO post pro... :mrgreen:

Although I've tried hard, I can't put my finger on a single thing... :problem:
You have a great eye for the details...! :thumbup:
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:thumbup: well done. But the sofa looks abit hard. Maybe make them abit fluffy? :wave: . Let see the referencer image you tried imitating
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Very nice mood created. Texture of wall is beautiful.
The only thing to me I would change is the sharp corner of the sofa for a more rounded one.
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Thanks!

About the sofa, I was aiming for a harder "fifities" style sofa.
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Brilliant! :thumbup:

Maybe you could have inserted the same background image in the background mapping slot with a lesser Intensity to limit the over-exposure.

But it's really nice that way too!
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Great Render! :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Love the lighting, the fact that it seems to bee "burned out" in the window just adds to the realism. Can you explain a little bit about your light setup?
I would look at the sofa, add some bump to the ceiling and end the ceiling list in a 45 by 45 degree stop joint around the corner of the window frame.
Love it.
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