Author Topic: Cohousing project | ORCA Architects  (Read 3898 times)

2020-04-04, 10:04:49

MattiasD

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 14
    • View Profile
    • Key Visuals
Hello everyone,

This is my first time posting some work here.

These are images of a co-housing project with a shared garden on a small plot of land in the city center of a belgian town.
The architects needed some images to convince the municipality of their project and because they work with eco-friendly materials (chalk walls and wood) they had some trouble convincing them without visuals
The last image is, just to be clear, an actual photo with the building fit in.

I hope you like them.

Kind Regards

Mattias








« Last Edit: 2020-04-06, 16:15:09 by MattiasD »

2020-04-04, 10:16:09
Reply #1

romullus

  • Global Moderator
  • Active Users
  • ****
  • Posts: 6751
  • Let's move this topic, shall we?
    • View Profile
    • My Models
Haha, your images are so good, that i only recognised that the last one is real photo, when i read the description. Outstanding job! I don't do archviz, but still i would love to see at least small making off.
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.
My Models | My Videos | My Pictures

2020-04-04, 17:08:36
Reply #2

MattiasD

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 14
    • View Profile
    • Key Visuals
Thanks romullus,

I don`t mind doing a making of, just let me know in which aspects/elements you interested in.

2020-04-05, 14:50:59
Reply #3

romullus

  • Global Moderator
  • Active Users
  • ****
  • Posts: 6751
  • Let's move this topic, shall we?
    • View Profile
    • My Models
Most of all, i'm curious to know your appraoch to lighting and tonemapping/post-processing, but i'd gladly read about any aspect of your creation process.
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.
My Models | My Videos | My Pictures

2020-04-05, 20:09:19
Reply #4

Designerman77

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 503
    • View Profile
Congrats. Super realistic and a natural, peaceful atmosphere.

2020-04-05, 22:20:14
Reply #5

twoheads

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 221
    • View Profile
Great set of renders here!

Please make sure to setup thumbnail image so more people can get here.

all the best

2020-04-06, 15:06:37
Reply #6

MattiasD

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 14
    • View Profile
    • Key Visuals
Hi,

I tried to write a bit of my workflow and thoughts down.
Hopefully its interesting...

@twoheads: I noticed that too, but no idea how ppl manage to add that thumbnail :)


2020-04-06, 15:51:07
Reply #7

Nejc Kilar

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 975
    • View Profile
    • My personal website
I've seen these over on social media, totally digging the style! I'm quite a fan of how you got the colors to be so vibrant yet not come off as fake. The mood and the atmosphere sells the architecture really well too :) Really well done images, congratulations!

Oh and thanks for sharing the secret sauce ;)

2020-04-06, 15:55:00
Reply #8

romullus

  • Global Moderator
  • Active Users
  • ****
  • Posts: 6751
  • Let's move this topic, shall we?
    • View Profile
    • My Models
Thanks for the insights, it was interesting to read. Regarding thumbnail - go and edit the first post of the topic and attach your thumbnail image via forum attachment system (you'll find it below text edit area) - the forum will automatically pick it up and set as topic's thumbnail.
I'm not Corona Team member. Everything i say, is my personal opinion only.
My Models | My Videos | My Pictures

2020-04-06, 19:08:53
Reply #9

JoeVallard

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 129
    • View Profile
    • Joe Vallard
Haha, your images are so good, that i only recognised that the last one is real photo, when i read the description. Outstanding job! I don't do archviz, but still i would love to see at least small making off.

I was going to say that last image had the best car material i've ever seen, guess I know why now lol. The renders matching the same tone of the photo really sells it.

The results from just the RAW render are really impress, I kinda like the darker shadows from it more but that's just a personal preference.

2020-04-07, 01:17:30
Reply #10

n.merazzi

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 6
    • View Profile
Totally realistic! Well done!

Have you used Corona Sun/Sky as Env. and PGsky just for background on the pool view?

Thanks for share :)

2020-04-07, 04:47:33
Reply #11

cjwidd

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 746
    • View Profile
    • Artstation
Saw these on ArtStation - deeply photographic images here, great work +1
« Last Edit: 2020-04-07, 04:50:57 by cjwidd »

2020-04-07, 08:13:07
Reply #12

MattiasD

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 14
    • View Profile
    • Key Visuals
Thanks for the kind replies everyone.
Thanks corona team for posting it on your social media. I really appreciate it.

@n.merazzi: Just corona sun and sky, no hdri background.

@JoeVallard: I actually like to have darker shadows too, but I have experienced that a lot of architects don`t like shadows :).

2020-04-07, 08:51:39
Reply #13

LuckyFox

  • Primary Certified Instructor
  • Active Users
  • ***
  • Posts: 104
    • View Profile
    • Behance
..., but I have experienced that a lot of architects don`t like shadows :).



Great work!

2020-04-07, 15:47:17
Reply #14

mutilo

  • Active Users
  • **
  • Posts: 205
    • View Profile
hello, just a word ... all of this is truly amazing