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Thread: WIP: Praia do Felix Beach House: Vidal & Sant’Anna

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    Talking WIP: Praia do Felix Beach House: Vidal & Sant’Anna

    Work in progress image of my learning project.. direct render from Max.. NO PS yet.. Yet to add furniture and stuff and need to fix few textures..

    Any suggestions at this point would be welcome..

    Thanks for viewing..
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    Nice

    At first sight I believed it was a photo, your environment is really realistic!

    You should subdivide you roof a bit more, we can see straight lines in the curvature.
    You shadows seems a bit strong for that kind of lighting?
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    Thanks for the reply I will see what can i do about roof.. all though these kind of roofs are never pure rounded.. cause they are made out of wood planks.... regarding shadows.. I am not sure.. cause one of my friend told me they are too faded.. and u saying they are strong So i am confused

    Lets see how it goes
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    Ok about the roof, I thought it was corten steel roof

    Here are some reference photo where shadows are very subtle, almost invisible.
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    Thanks Fouinard

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    Here is an update of finished View 1 Had some issues so didnt do anything about those soft shadows.. Anyways I hope now its looking kinda ok..

    What you think ?
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    the camera height feels weird / too high and disconnected from the scene

    i think you need to open the camera up a bit and either make it perfectly symmetrical and looking straight ahead or go to one side of the balcony to give it some foreground / depth or leave a corridor in the trees to beyond and put some haze in there.

    you could also do with some materials on the objects as well - there seems to be no specular / reflection / imperfection in any of the materials. lose all the colored stuff from the midground. looks like its been dumped there straight from an object library.

    planting will look good when you turn up the AA and some clearer GI
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    IMHO I think a little more contrast is needed......but I like the realism.
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