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Loft interior / advice welcomed

Post by Headroom » Tue Nov 20, 2012 4:29 am

All the above and perhaps move the Sofa away from the wall and put some taller plants and lighting behind it.
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Re: Loft interior / advice welcomed

Post by wojtek-w » Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:11 am

hi,
IMHO You should take a look at materials borders - f.e. where stone tiles meet wood planks. In real life there's always something there (cork, steel or just a small gap).
Also a good trick is to lift all standing furnitures about 05,-1mm up - it simulates (real) unperfection of floor/furniture surfaces.
The last thing - on the 04.jpg the perspective outside the windows doesn't match. It bothers me a lot - but maybe it's just me. (irrelevant to the project i know)
Good work anyway (both desing and render)

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Re: Loft interior / advice welcomed

Post by FoXar » Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:23 pm

Hi guys!

Thanks again for these great comments, they have been off great help!
Unfortunately the client denied To fill the scene with props, he did agree on a magazine or 2 :mrgreen:

Thankd for the tip on the carpet, I made it through the fur maker plugin, I'll give the ones with thick hair a try soon!
Proportions are correct though, maybe it feels odd because of the proportions of the space..
I love plants in a scene, unfortunately a client who refers to plants as being an amazon prefers otherwise..

Thanks wojtek, I usually try to take in mind these subtle unevenness, but I really lost track due to all the changes on this one.. Thanls for the tips!

I'll upload the finals of the project tonight.
Cheers,
Roo Evans

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Re: Loft interior / advice welcomed

Post by FoXar » Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:25 pm

Hi guys!

Thanks again for these great comments, they have been off great help!
Unfortunately the client denied To fill the scene with props, he did agree on a magazine or 2 :mrgreen:

Thankd for the tip on the carpet, I made it through the fur maker plugin, I'll give the ones with thick hair a try soon!
Proportions are correct though, maybe it feels odd because of the proportions of the space..
I love plants in a scene, unfortunately a client who refers to plants as being an amazon prefers otherwise..

Thanks wojtek, I usually try to take in mind these subtle unevenness, but I really lost track due to all the changes on this one.. Thanls for the tips!

I'll upload the finals of the project tonight.

Btw, if there's any texture or object I could share (if possible) I'd be happy to, most textures are custom made, I also made most of the kitchen appliances, tables, tv, lamp,...
Cheers,
Roo Evans

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Re: Loft interior / advice welcomed

Post by FoXar » Sat Dec 08, 2012 11:43 am

Hey guys!

Here you have the final project, unfortunately I had to skip a lot of requested changes from here, but I'm sure to keep them in mind!
Casco1.jpg
Casco2.jpg
Casco3.jpg
Casco4.jpg
Casco5.jpg
Casco6.jpg
Casco7.jpg
Casco9.jpg
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Casco10.jpg
Cheers,
Roo Evans

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