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2013-10-17, 03:51:24

mask3d

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2013-10-17, 08:16:30
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rafpug

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Great

2013-10-17, 10:57:54
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slav11

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Good, but a little more variety in the trees will be even better.

2013-10-17, 11:05:10
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yagi

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a little dirt would be nice too.

2013-10-17, 13:33:27
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Paul Jones

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There is no narrative in this one at the moment, who's arrived by boat, leaving a tearful farewell? Again as other comments, more variety to the trees would be great.

2013-10-21, 13:38:22
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mask3d

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more exterior

2013-10-21, 13:48:21
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maru

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I don't want to sound rude but your renders (even from the top of this thread) look awful. I think it's because of bad lighting and material setup. Did you by any chance alter gamma settings?
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2013-10-21, 13:54:03
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mask3d

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what is wrong? hdri lighting, materials configured in accordance with the physical properties.
sorry for google translate

2013-10-21, 14:01:59
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maru

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Examples:
first post: all materials are completely flat, strange models of that small roofs, bump on water is very high, colour of the water is really strange, all the trees are evenly distributed without any difference in rotation or scale, leaves lack translucency, sun shadows are very sharp

night scene:
if it's meant to be a night shot with long exposure, then lights would probably have some burnt highlights but on your renders it looks like the highlights are white (?) instead of coloured, also, that ugly roof at the left, strange materials on water and leaves.

in the second project: the sky is very dark (like a stormy day) but at the same time grass is very very bright (probably bad grass material or sunlight), everything looks like made of plastic

Generally, I think you would have to spend some more time on details. I can imagine it's very hard for such complex scenes like those you posted.
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2013-10-21, 14:29:12
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mask3d

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on the upper picture shows a house Halim Pasha, the Bosphorus Strait, Turkey. The water is generally green, but there was added a reflection неба. About trees agree, laziness. Night lighting in the corona render alpha do a little difficult, . Try as anything. Oh and about the grass. In front of my window is very cloudy, and the grass looks emerald. By the way many customers ask, why is the grass dirty?
google translate.
p.s. thanks for the comments :)
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2013-10-21, 14:54:32
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maru

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Here is a very quick photoshoppage. Maybe it's not very good but I think they look a bit better like this.
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2013-10-23, 05:55:47
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narutoden

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Great render! :)