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M-Saber
04-08-2004, 07:49 PM
well .. this is a pic to one of my 3d work for architecture .. i know its not perfect, tell me what cud be done better !! well .. this is a pic to one of my 3d work for architecture .. i know its not perfect, tell me what cud be done better well .. this is a pic to one of my 3d work for architecture .. i know its not perfect, tell me what cud be done better http://www.biznasweb.com/ElMaistro/home/arch/9/9-3.htm
http://www.biznasweb.com/ElMaistro/home/arch/9/9-9.htm
http://www.biznasweb.com/ElMaistro/home/arch/9/9-10.htm

Pjanssen
04-13-2004, 03:10 PM
You can improve your image-posting skills :p (pics don't work)

akalegolas
04-13-2004, 03:15 PM
http://www.biznasweb.com/ElMaistro/home/arch/9/9-3.htm

http://www.biznasweb.com/ElMaistro/home/arch/9/9-9.htm

http://www.biznasweb.com/ElMaistro/home/arch/9/9-10.htm

It's just one of those irritating copy paste things. Don't you just hate those free servers?
Nice models! The scene dosn't look photorealistic, but if you just wanted the models to looks good, you did it! They look great!

Pjanssen
04-13-2004, 04:36 PM
Well, I see now.
The models look fine, but you could improve a lot more on the textures and the lighting.

BldRnr
04-13-2004, 05:10 PM
El Maistro , you might be better off going over to www.cgarchitect.com.

Their site is more geared to this kind of work.
And there are many free tutorials regarding interiors as well as exterior work.
As for lighting, observation of buildings is key. Keep a sketch book with you to draw what you see and keep notes.. even making notes of colors etc. This will prove invaulable later, all the great artist's did and do this. And don't forget to write down the ambience of the area. That is the story.

Make sure your architecture reflets the nature it is suppose to enhance and that is, people. Try not to make your work static like I see so many people do. If you have a photorealistic render and devoid of life, it means nothing. Just another render. I see this all the time. Interiors especially. Great renders, with no story and no life.
Remember the job of the artist today is to tell the story, not
record. The camera does that.

Justa few thoughts from one of the old ones.

Cheers

DoDo-Ben
04-13-2004, 05:39 PM
???nothing work~

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