|10 October 2004||#54|
Current: WebDesigner, 3D designer, Software Engineer, Architect
Fascinating render! This is the most realistic interior rendering I've seen, although I agree with the errors mentioned by others.
I like this design, can you tell me who was the interior architect?
You might upload some other picts from this project!
Styx aka Attila Deák
- music - webdesign - 3D -www.attiladeak.com
|11 November 2004||#56|
Design / Graphics
Really great! but...
Really great photorealistic render. I like the materials.
But in a way it looks also a little strange for me, because:
Outside is a bright day. Inside a bright and yellow (light bulb) light. The windows do not look like as if they were too small to illuminate this room without any electric light on at this day and time. And even with the ceiling light on the daylight would be the most dominant light. You can check this in every similar room, on a bright day turn on and off the ceiling light (especially bulbs). It does not change the color impression of the room that much.
It would help to lower the contrast of the BG image to reduce this impression. But I think you want the view over the skyline look beautiful and you want a clear and shiny day. So the BG image is perfect.
So I think the shiny day and the ceiling light together is a little paradox in a way. Imagining this is a real room with this great view outside and I have to take a Photo of it I would not turn the ceiling light on (even never for a commercial shooting of the appartment, because it gives the impression the windows could be too small and the room gets not enough light). Daylight and artificial light looks strange together in this situation. But need light for the furniture and stuff because it's a backlight situation. To get light on the chairs backsides I would use a softlight or reflector from behind/beside the camera.
I'm really impressed about your great work, because it's very photorealistic in material and lighting (distribution). Just the mood of the lighting situation is a little strange. Maybe that's just my impression.
All in all great work...
|11 November 2004||#57|
Better than you.portfolio
EA Digital Illusions
Overall its a great render - one of the best Ive ever seen...
...however, Ive never seen a TV-screen be as reflective as that one, its like a mirror and most TVs have dark screens that usually give a blurry reflection.
Second, all the chairs etc seem VERY aligned - as if youve snapped them - theyre all standing perfectly rotated towards the table, at the same distance next to eachother. If you randomly rotate them a degree or two and move them slightly so theyre not perfectly placed, I think it'll enhance the realism even more.
But once again, great job.
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