Author Topic: Portraits of Chy Caron  (Read 994 times)

2021-09-21, 18:10:56

jms.lwly

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Hi folks,

Quick share of some selected images made in collaboration with architect Matt Williams.

Created using 3DS Max / Corona / ForestPack / RailClone / Megascans - and a little in Photoshop (people, birds, colour adjustments - but mostly straight out of the VFB).

I might have been too enthusiastic while creating alternative shots, so there are many more images on Behance + Artstation

Cheers - J

2021-09-22, 11:04:50
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cjwidd

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really nice images, particularly the sunset lighting +1

2021-09-23, 11:10:34
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really nice images, particularly the sunset lighting +1

Thanks cjwidd - in theory the sunset lighting is accurate to the location, so hopefully the owner will be able to enjoy a similar light once it's built!

2021-10-16, 09:32:34
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Really good work. Reminds me a bit of the Islandic House by Juraj.
In one shot with the bathtub the perspectives of photo and 3d do not quite match I think.
« Last Edit: 2021-10-16, 09:49:26 by krassnoludek »

2021-10-19, 14:56:28
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Really good work. Reminds me a bit of the Islandic House by Juraj.
In one shot with the bathtub the perspectives of photo and 3d do not quite match I think.

Thanks for the comments - funnily enough there is no photo involved behind the bath, both of those images are all render/model. The only photo enhancements were for the people and birds, and enhancing the sky of the night/dusk shot. Perhaps the perspective looks strange behind the bath as the view is across a beach, with another headland behind - but it's all in the model, and matched to the real location - so the perspective is true.

2021-10-19, 16:06:20
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Ok, then it just looks like it's wrong (to me).

2021-10-19, 16:12:09
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Ok, then it just looks like it's wrong (to me).

Maybe I should have photoshopped in the backdrop instead haha - to be fair there's also a very steep drop down to the beach level, so that could easily throw the perspective off. See the attached photo, which also looks slightly odd but is entirely real!

« Last Edit: 2021-10-19, 16:15:36 by jms.lwly »

2021-10-19, 19:05:59
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I think tat krasnoludek wanted to say that the sea is not level in the bathroom shot.
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