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Old 08 August 2004   #1
Living Room, Ferncastro (3D)



Title: Living Room
Name: Ferncastro
Country: England
Software: 3d Max 6 & Vray

I used 3d max 6 and rendering with Vray using one Direct light and 3 Vray light...and GI...


Thanks..
 
Old 08 August 2004   #2
really beautifull scene
i would suggest you to change the wood texture and the background
the flowers on the table doesnt fit with the scene

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Old 08 August 2004   #3
Looking very nice.

try -
Make the rooflamp centered above the table.

Lighten up the shadow above the bookcase.

The table glass needs work. Maybe some reflections or dispersion. Try so chamfer the corners on the cylinder (which I think the table glass is made from). Then you get a more visible refraction-edge kind of.

The vase seems to float on the table (read above).
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Old 08 August 2004   #4
Prety nice job!

I would suggest to increase the light-shadow contrast, seems a bit too light for me

Keep it up!
 
Old 08 August 2004   #5
Thumbs up is it better now ?

Hi, everyone ..thanks for all the advice..I tried to follow it..I hope I got a better picture now..





See you in the next project...


Ferncastro
 
Old 08 August 2004   #6
Much better now
 
Old 08 August 2004   #7
wow, yes now it is really, really good!

Excellent mood/lighting.

The last-last crit is that the vase on the table still seems to float. No reflection on the table...Try add some Fresnel to it.
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Old 08 August 2004   #8
The second image is a big improvement
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Old 08 August 2004   #9
I was gonna say the first picture was a little flat, but after seeing the 2nd picture; its a bigger improvement... good job.

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Old 08 August 2004   #10
Thumbs up It wasnt me...

Hello, everyone..thanks for the comments.. but I have been working more on the picture as I have been told from everyone that I need to work out in some staff.....eg.the color of sofa,background picture, etc..Anyway, I hope I've got a better picture now....

Ferncastro
 
Old 08 August 2004   #11
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Originally Posted by ferncastro
Hello, everyone..thanks for the comments.. but I have been working more on the picture as I have been told from everyone that I need to work out in some staff.....eg.the color of sofa,background picture, etc..Anyway, I hope I've got a better picture now....

Ferncastro


eh the other two are better more light ! or more bevels
 
Old 08 August 2004   #12
Looks good
Here where I see possible improvement, the light casting on the floor tells me it's very sunny and bright outside, and usually when a camera takes a picture of a room with sunny outdoors, it's almost all white and glowing. Definately bump up the brightness on the background, you can preview it in photoshop to see what it will look like before you render.
 
Old 08 August 2004   #13
looks really nice....i know your focus isn't really on this but the only thing i'd say is to work on the lighting..other than that i like it
 
Old 08 August 2004   #14
I like the image, the composition is good, but I think more texture on the floor and more reflections (blurry) (fresnel) would make the image look better.

anyway good work

Last edited by PMikk : 08 August 2004 at 07:26 PM.
 
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