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  07 July 2013
Maya Architectural Visualization Help

Hi everyone. First of all sory for my bad English. I'm a maya user and i am practising on having photorealistic renders but i never get rendered images like in the vray like interior renders for maya users threat. i would be appreciated if Maya expert users give critics to my render. Thanks alot.

Here is my best render i could

http://img153.imageshack.us/img153/5919/0ol2.jpg

Last edited by ardoz : 07 July 2013 at 12:22 AM. Reason: picture editing
 
  07 July 2013
Hey man,

I would lose the lens flare, and maybe swap out your window background for something more realistic. The stuff outside the window might also be blown out, as its several times brighter than the interior.

It might also help to increase the smoothing on your photons, as they look a little blotchy. The direct sunlight that hits your floor should also have a much sharper edge, as the suns rays are almost parallel, and not diffuse at all.

The bedsheets look too rubbery and reflective, while your floor looks too matte. Try adding a subtle blurred raytrace reflection to your floor to make it look waxed or coated.

-AJ
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  07 July 2013
Thanks for the reply. I'll try your suggestions. thanks alot
 
  07 July 2013
Marvelous Designer help a lot with the folds on a bed. It's a base after I remesh
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  07 July 2013
The first think I would do is going to www.tumblr.com and look for nice architectural photo threats. But watch out, you;re going to spend hours looking at great stuff there Observe how the photographer used composition, light, colors and framing. It's not bad for practice to just 1:1 copy a photo you really like. It's teach you a lot of things as you are "forced" to pay attention to every little detail and how it reacts to light and why. Also have a look at some lighting articles like these ones http://www.neilblevins.com/cg_educa...g_education.htm . It gives you a good foundation in terms of lighting and surfaces. I can really recommend reading those first or otherwise you'll be stuck for a long time which is going to frustrate you.

Cheers
Andre
 
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