View Full Version : Maxwell Architecture - Montevideo house, Vladimir Lignelli (3D)
09-06-2007, 11:59 PM
Title: Maxwell Architecture - Montevideo house
Name: Vladimir Lignelli
Software: 3ds max, Maxwell Render, VRay
Well, this is my first post in CGN. This one night job was done for a friend, who need it for a contest of architecture, here. He wanted to leave the persons without textures, as you can see.
We has a few hours to render, so the image has a little grain, because the maxwell render. Also, i have to do the grass in vray and merge in photoshop. All comments are really welcome, Thx !.
09-07-2007, 03:07 AM
too much saturation grass
i think its need to color corrected to match over all scene
09-07-2007, 08:52 AM
Looks good, but,
you need to get rid of the people. Or colour them or something. Because it drags the scene down from a well lit beautiful architechtural render to a, "yeah i finished the buildings so I added some colourless people to add life". It looks lacking in skill atm. It's fine without them.
Get rid of the people and its 4/5
09-08-2007, 01:31 AM
I think that's a good image ,and the grass is good doesn't need saturation 4 me !
A good job overall 4 stars .
09-08-2007, 03:43 AM
Thanks to all. I keep working on that and take all suggestions in account.
Scuarepxl, your works are amazing for me. :)
09-08-2007, 06:20 AM
Me gusto la iluminacion y el pasto...
Cuanto tiempo demoro el render ?
09-08-2007, 12:25 PM
Grass looks okay to me but definitely get rid of the people. This is one of those long exposure, highly indulgent architectural shots where there just wouldn't be any people. I'm not convinced by the sky gradient where it goes to purple, something bluer and darker may work better. I always find its helpful to have a look at light manufacturers catalogues or websites for good dusk set-ups with good skies. Iguzzini are usually a good bet.
Really nice work.
09-08-2007, 07:55 PM
Well, i think the people is the thin point off this image. But, you need to do what the client want, my friend in this case. Thanks all for the critics. Pixelarq the render takes 13hs when i sopped it. But still noisy, so it can be rendering almost another 13 hours to be clean.
Lightwell, amazing jobs in your website!.
09-08-2007, 07:55 PM
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