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Cerbera    1,387
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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spiralstair    36

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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spiralstair    36

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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Vizn    45
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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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    Vizn    45
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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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    Monstrphil    19

    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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