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1 minute ago, Vizn said:

What would you recommend?

Maybe a wooden fence ? Hard to explain why, but I'm just not expecting a light brick wall there ! It's probably just me. Don't worry about it :)

 

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Isn't the issue here that the interior is relatively design orientated and the wall is quite suburban and brutish?

 

As a result the contrast between 'high' and 'low' design stands out as unusual within the regular swim of archviz imagery - which is all about 'perfect' balancing of light, detail, flow etc.

 

i am an exponent for thinking about images rather than just regurgitating what is already out there being made.

so for me the wall/interior contrast is interesting and could be developed. 

 

But the mortar and bricks need a bit more work - the lines are two straight.

 

 

 

 

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Also the ceiling occupies nearly a quarter of the image, and so stands out as being too flat - even a newly built flat doesn't have perfectly smooth walls and ceiling 

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1 hour ago, spiralstair said:

Isn't the issue here that the interior is relatively design orientated and the wall is quite suburban and brutish?

 

As a result the contrast between 'high' and 'low' design stands out as unusual within the regular swim of archviz imagery - which is all about 'perfect' balancing of light, detail, flow etc.

 

i am an exponent for thinking about images rather than just regurgitating what is already out there being made.

so for me the wall/interior contrast is interesting and could be developed. 

 

But the mortar and bricks need a bit more work - the lines are two straight.

 

You're quite right about this not fitting into the regular archviz imagery, as it was never intended to be. This is a scene I started over a year ago as an exercise while migrating to C4D from Max. The geometry is an accurate representation of my bedroom, backyard, and beyond. Later, I used it to experiment with window lighting an interior with VRay, as I am intimately familiar with how light looks in that room IRL. Over time I revisited it for fun when I had downtime and tried to furnish it to my personal tastes, not as an industry design piece. It started looking pretty cool, so I shared it. :)

 

Thanks for the feedback!

 

 

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1 hour ago, spiralstair said:

Also the ceiling occupies nearly a quarter of the image, and so stands out as being too flat - even a newly built flat doesn't have perfectly smooth walls and ceiling 

 

This is an excellent observation. Thank you.

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Here in the states, you get some brick walls (or cinder block) all over the place......so the wall isn't that bad. The scene looks like a place in Florida.

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Been a while since I updated for one big reason. A while back I opened an older version thinking it was the latest and inadvertently saved over the latest version. The thought of redoing all of the tweaks again kept me away from it for a while, but I recently dove back in and I think I got it back to where it was. Also did some extra work on the duvet and walls/ceiling plaster to catch up to the last suggestions, plus a little post work as well. 

 

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Hi - looking very nice!

 

Two things stand out to me:

 

1. The floor looks very waxy - almost chocolate like.  I wonder if your reflection map needs to be inverted or if the roughness is too high.

 

2. I don't get  sense of the light actually coming from the window/exterior.  The shafts of bright light indicate it, but the rest of the room feels a bit flat and low contrast.  For example, the door wall and the ceiling look almost identical.

 

See the attached example (just an image I found on Google) as examples of what I'm talking about.  I feel like your weights and the Hamper side of the nightstand should be darker and more contrasty.  Hope that helps some - keep going!

 

e.

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Final image:

I adjusted the time of day to try to address @EAlexander's lighting comment. I think it's more natural now. Finished it all up with a little bloom, color tone, brightness/contrast, and window exposure in post. 

 

A big thank you to everyone who took the time to appreciate my effort. To those who also offered their criticisms and suggestions, you're the best!

 

Cheers!

 

 

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