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Title: Villa Ismailia
Name: Wael Elseliseli
Software: 3ds max, AutoCAD, finalRender, Photoshop
This villa is already in Ismailia ... the idea was to to remodel it with some changes ... AutoCad 2009 is used for modeling ... 3Ds Max 2008 for textures and Finalrender for the renders ... some touches in Adobe Photoshop CS3 ... Hope u like it ... Comments r welcome ... Enjoy ...
03-23-2008, 05:31 PM
Looks pretty well done....If I had a crit, it would really just be the composition. The car cut off on the side and bottom, as well as the "cramped" feel of the image, could maybe be reapproached. Zooming out a bit would maybe help a bit. Use the sidewalk on the bottom of the image to frame things, and use it in unison with the sky above to create a better composition. Sorta feels like I'm looking through a tiny window, and there's more to see, but I can't see it. That's my 2 bits. Good job and keep it up.
Thx for ur comment bro ... All this points i'll put in mind ...
03-23-2008, 06:50 PM
I also think for that composition you should employ a lens shift to eliminate the convergence of vertical lines. Use a view camera in real life to learn the tricks of architectural photography. See this link to learn more: http://www.camerapedia.org/wiki/Sinar
Thx for comment and the link ...
03-23-2008, 07:55 PM
really el modeling 3agny gedan:thumbsup: ma3da el car mesh 3arfa i feel somthing wrong with it
also i think if the sky was blue :) this will give the scene cheerful feeling
But really Well Done
03-24-2008, 04:12 AM
:scream: It`s great! I will hardwo rk as you!
except the car, the dark sky and the sunny effect, every thing is fine.
04-02-2008, 02:56 AM
nice architecture but the strong light and hard shadow doesn't match the sky well
and as an architect i think 2d tree might match the arch well than the 3d tree，3d tree is
so cute，but your car is real
04-02-2008, 02:56 AM
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