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Small work exterior render

Post by Brar7 on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:16 am




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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by Onix on Sun Aug 04, 2013 4:46 am

Nice what is your workflow for this?
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by Brar7 on Mon Aug 19, 2013 6:36 am

Onix wrote:Nice what is your workflow for this?
Sir wf in Acad2010, max2009+ little in ps3.
R u like it? But i can't get good response from my client. He say view quality is not so good. so so hai.
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by hedgedread on Tue Aug 20, 2013 4:07 am

View quality is good but maybe the materials and elements you used he don't like. Design is very subjective, what beautiful in you is not satisfying with others. Just ask him what he really wants to make him satisfy.
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by archmanlapao on Tue Aug 20, 2013 4:30 am

As a designer our business is our idea on how we interpret the clients wants for them to satisfy.
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by kensweb on Tue Aug 20, 2013 7:28 am

You need to work the ff:

1:Composition
2:Materials
3:Sun Direction

The scene is a bit too busy. first catch from my eye is the lady and the car, not the house model.
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by Brar7 on Tue Aug 20, 2013 11:39 pm

hedgedread wrote:View quality is good but maybe the materials and elements you used he don't like. Design is very subjective, what beautiful in you is not satisfying with others. Just ask him what he really wants to make him satisfy.
Thanks for view quality.
Yes he say that he want something new. Color combination with on highlighter color and all other light colors.
or i should change my rendering settings?
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by Brar7 on Tue Aug 20, 2013 11:42 pm

kensweb wrote:You need to work the ff:

1:Composition
2:Materials
3:Sun Direction

The scene is a bit too busy. first catch from my eye is the lady and the car, not the house model.
Haha, thanks sir. the color of car changes when i done post production.
Sun direction or sun settings sir?
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by Brar7 on Tue Aug 20, 2013 11:46 pm

archmanlapao wrote:As a designer our business is our idea on how we interpret the clients wants for them to satisfy.
Yes sir u r thought is right. i m trying to satisfy my client.
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by kensweb on Tue Aug 20, 2013 11:59 pm

Brar7 wrote:
kensweb wrote:You need to work the ff:

1:Composition
2:Materials
3:Sun Direction

The scene is a bit too busy. first catch from my eye is the lady and the car, not the house model.
Haha, thanks sir. the color of car changes when i done post production.
Sun direction or sun settings sir?
I think I wrote "Sun Direction" hehehe just kidding. Shadow is also important, I noticed that you place your sun exactly above your camera or in center view, try to make the sun, 45 degree to right side and lessen the light intensity.Glass needs to workout. I suggest, ditch the car & the lady, change the camera level into low & more tweak perspective rather than oblique view. better ask your client of what kind of material or color theme he/she wants.
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by Brar7 on Wed Aug 21, 2013 12:13 am

kensweb wrote:
Brar7 wrote:
kensweb wrote:You need to work the ff:

1:Composition
2:Materials
3:Sun Direction

The scene is a bit too busy. first catch from my eye is the lady and the car, not the house model.
Haha, thanks sir. the color of car changes when i done post production.
Sun direction or sun settings sir?
I think I wrote "Sun Direction" hehehe just kidding. Shadow is also important, I noticed that you place your sun exactly above your camera or in center view, try to make the sun, 45 degree to right side and lessen the light intensity.Glass needs to workout. I suggest, ditch the car & the lady, change the camera level into low & more tweak perspective rather than oblique view. better ask your client of what kind of material or color theme he/she wants.
Haha,its fine. yes sir sure i will work on it. means sun near to camera effect the output quality. Cleint say he want cream paint, Brown texture paint, and white texture paint. i am working on it. Thanks for advice sir... Live long.
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Re: Small work exterior render

Post by kensweb on Wed Aug 21, 2013 12:17 am

Brar7 wrote:
kensweb wrote:
Brar7 wrote:
kensweb wrote:You need to work the ff:

1:Composition
2:Materials
3:Sun Direction

The scene is a bit too busy. first catch from my eye is the lady and the car, not the house model.
Haha, thanks sir. the color of car changes when i done post production.
Sun direction or sun settings sir?
I think I wrote "Sun Direction" hehehe just kidding. Shadow is also important, I noticed that you place your sun exactly above your camera or in center view, try to make the sun, 45 degree to right side and lessen the light intensity.Glass needs to workout. I suggest, ditch the car & the lady, change the camera level into low & more tweak perspective rather than oblique view. better ask your client of what kind of material or color theme he/she wants.
Haha,its fine. yes sir sure i will work on it. means sun near to camera effect the output quality. Cleint say he want cream paint, Brown texture paint, and white texture paint. i am working on it. Thanks for advice sir... Live long.
hehehe, call me a friend, I am not your boss, haha, I hope you will post your updates soon. Smile
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