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Sun Jun 24, 2018 3:39 pm

Hello,
These renders are about the design and visualization of an small house. I've tried variety of materials and designs and I'm looking for tips and tricks from you guys in order to improve the realism of the renders (ofcourse adding details to the surrounding blocks could be helpful which I was a bit lazy to do during modeling :D )
The model is done in Rhino and sketchup and rendered in the Thea studio. They are done by TR2 and each taken about 1 hour to bake.
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Sun Jun 24, 2018 6:13 pm

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Sun Jun 24, 2018 7:39 pm

I also like them... :thumbup:

To make them better...?! :think:
Apart from what you've already mentioned yourself about adding details to the model - especially inside the house - there's nothing much else you can do...

You've already added a lot... The vegetation, the dirty concrete etc., so next would be the sky perhaps...
The reflections in the glass and windows seem too light/bright, now that this is a dusk render, so perhaps another IBL will help add to the realism...?!

But I'm fairly sure that most clients will be very happy to see such renders... ;)
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Mon Jun 25, 2018 1:38 am

Thank you very much guys. Thanks alot for the tips dear Fredrik. adding details to interior could come really handy. :roll:
This one other image I attached is an one other version. For the white large column in the right I needed a Granite wall texture with some powerful shade( like the sample photo I attached) which I couldn't seem to find. Do you guys happen to have any?
Thank you very much
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Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:04 am

Light stars look artificial to me. I would also remove the street lamp and try higher camera level closer to the eye (of a human :) with two point perspective from the front...and replace those white neighbourhood boxes with real context.
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pooya.pnd wrote:
Mon Jun 25, 2018 1:38 am
Thank you very much guys. Thanks alot for the tips dear Fredrik. adding details to interior could come really handy. :roll:
This one other image I attached is an one other version. see reviews of phenq here For the white large column in the right I needed a Granite wall texture with some powerful shade( like the sample photo I attached) which I couldn't seem to find. Do you guys happen to have any?
Thank you very much
It was the best time to marked those granite wall texture
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