Author Topic: Clear Lake House, Canada  (Read 4849 times)

2016-12-07, 20:48:13

1equals2

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Update before the end of the year,

New winter shots added. Hope you like it! :)


This is our first post and literally first project where we had chance to deal more in depth with Corona, after deciding to give a try last year. It is a personal, non-commercial projected, started as intention to stay  away for a while from this "great contemporary white Scandinavian look", which we are all bombarded every day.
Inspiration came from  an architectural book, called "Hide and Seek"  where our attention was grabbed by this hidden in the woods gem.
It is intended to be ongoing project, and each season an image will be created.

Level of realism, might not be at the desired level, but there is immense amount of effort put into recreating it from photos, and trying to mimic site, vegetation. Will leave to your judgement as artist to give us hints about materials, and look! Will be much appreciated!

Until then - enjoy!

Corona 1.5+3ds Max2015+ForestPack+Railclone
« Last Edit: 2016-12-30, 14:03:52 by 1equals2 »
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2016-12-09, 00:04:39
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fellazb

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Strange nobody replies to these stunning images.

All the views give such a good atmosphere and nothing is overdone but very honest and well chosen compositions, color schemes, detailing and shading (trees could have some more attention though).

There are some flaws\lacks in the background fillings and some tree branches look oddly but overall very nice. It does look that some region rendering isn't handled well in the first image where the foreground tree is. But then again, overall it looks very good to me.

2016-12-09, 09:28:54
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i just love the colors and foliage, really nice touch with ground.. i wish you would made much more trees in background

2016-12-09, 09:58:26
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klipanos

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Hello!!!! The images are beautifull! !! The outside for me its perfect, the renderings in the interior are flawless very good quality, although i would like more cozy atmosphere...for my taste.
Also my opinion about the comments in the forum is strange i dont know why people dont comment such renders ithappens a lot in here..

Perfect job!!!!!!

2016-12-09, 16:56:46
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Very nice images. I like dusk scene very much. great composition.
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2016-12-10, 18:59:22
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Thanks for kind words.
Appreciate the comments about vegetation. It is not something we are not proud of, so will eventually redo the trees  completely.
This project would be developed in time for polishing skills in Corona mostly with realism of materials.
It all started before d2 Conference this August, so were tempted to showcase the project to the community rather than polish it-deadlines, bad habit....:)
Great to see a lot of the professionals keep pushing the boundaries, thus inspiring and motivating artist to broaden focus, and do not confine only to regular archviz stuff.
Next one to be done and posted is a winter image, so stay tuned.
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2016-12-11, 09:48:25
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Ałtaj

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No words for that work! Would like to live there :)

Can i ask where did you get wood textures from?

2016-12-11, 11:22:56
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No words for that work! Would like to live there :)

Can i ask where did you get wood textures from?

Thanks, plywood is actually from Vizpark Plywood set, the most suitable one, managed to find on the internet .Revised to  get rid of the dark knots inside and done  seamless.:)
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2016-12-19, 14:31:37
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A new Winter  image with a hint of color grading, inspired by  a movies watched yesterday. Know it is not perfect in terms of materials, and properly generated snow, but would be happy if someone share his insights about  making snow. Tried with particles... so slowwwww. :)

« Last Edit: 2016-12-30, 14:12:36 by 1equals2 »
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