Kitchen in a big house, Stanislav Orekhov (3D)

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  11 November 2008
wow dude this is nice. looks like you ripped it out of one of those home magazines. totally impressive. i love the lighting, and the wood texture looks really good.
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  11 November 2008
It's great to see Arch viz work recognized here. Freakin awesome details! Love it!
  11 November 2008
Great work. I love the detail and the evenness of light through out the scene.

Originally Posted by INFINITE: It's great to see Arch viz work recognized here.
  11 November 2008
Very nice work indeed!

I see some speckling, is your sampling set up properly?

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  11 November 2008
Stanislav can u tell us the render time

cheers great work as always....
  11 November 2008

Excellent! amazing work! congrats!

  11 November 2008
Oh my....that is really beautiful. Can't wait to see some comments from the artist. I hope to get to this level of achievement some day.

Keep setting examples, it helps us would-bes realize why we started.
  11 November 2008
I dislike kitchens >:L...

hehe, kiddin . Looks awesome

  11 November 2008
Thumbs up

just overall damned impressive. Love it. Thumbs way up.
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  11 November 2008
Very excelent work, great job.
  11 November 2008
That is absolutely fantastic work! Just wow...!
  11 November 2008
Nice as hell Almost perfect photorealism, and not too bad design of a kitchen either

Only thing I can crit is that the reflectance of the floor is a bit too much to me, both that you can see the bright specular spots from the lamps, and that you see pretty much the entire room in the floor. Also, but that probably more to tell the kitchen designer, the wood work pattern is a little disturbing.

Great work. 5*
  11 November 2008
very nice work. especially with the texturing, although i agree with others' comments about the floor texture tiling.

i do feel that the GI solution could be a bit tighter (there are some floating objects). a little AO for the chair legs and other objects would help.

i also think the compositions could be improved a little by giving some breathing space to objects near the edge of the canvas (chairs and central surface etc). the 1st image, for example, could be angled slightly more to the right so the door is not so dominant and the lamp on the right doesn't touch the edge. this would make the objects sit more naturally within the composition and give the illusion the space is bigger than it really is.

the ceiling is illuminated slightly strangely also but could be tweaked in photoshop very easily.

and im sure it's a client request but the coffee machine really stands out as not in keeping with the period style, perhaps something older or a darker material to sit more comfortably with the wood might help.

overall great work though. I'm sure your client was extremely pleased!
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  11 November 2008

feel like im in the pic lookin at it.amazing!!
  11 November 2008
I like the pictures too, very warm ambience. Great work and amount of detail there.
But.. ;-) 2 things disturbed me a little.
The reflection from the floor reflects the highlights from the kitchen unit, but not the units itself where they have contact to the floor.
It seems like they floating a bit over the floor.

I miss the shadow on the ground from the trees on the outside.
The way the sunlight falls in the room, the trees wouldnt be so bright and cast shadow towards the House.

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