8x8 Bath

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tuna57
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Re: 8x8 Bath

Post by tuna57 » Sun Apr 21, 2019 5:59 pm

Thanks gentlemen. :^:

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Re: 8x8 Bath

Post by Fletch » Tue Apr 23, 2019 9:44 am

Light bulbs look better. :^:
It's a perfect visualization to show a client for building proposal.

If seeking photo-realism:
Not seeing any shadow edges under/around edges where I mentioned before. :whistle:
How the tile at shower edge on wall meets drywall/paint is not likely how would be built.
Door knob seems low res, should have locking mechanism, and gap on hinge side should be larger for that type of door/frame.

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Re: 8x8 Bath

Post by tuna57 » Wed Apr 24, 2019 3:51 pm

O.K. Fletch you got me... I forgot to put the "button" lock on the doorknob. Had thought to pull tile wall out to create a little thickness where it meets the drywall not sure why I didn't :doh: . I did pick the baseboard and the stuff on the counter up 1/64" and pulled the switch plate off the wall the same amount. Guess I needed to pull them up a little more ? :! .

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Re: 8x8 Bath

Post by pbacot » Wed Apr 24, 2019 4:17 pm

I agree. I used Fletch's suggestion and it helped my renderings --to have a minor gap at materials meeting at the floor etc. There is a technique for flush tile, that we've used in projects, especially good for small bathroom remodels where there is little else you can do to spiff it up. I like how your fixtures came out and the recommendation of Solo's towels. Also the brightly colored accoutrements satisfy the need in a simple way.

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Re: 8x8 Bath

Post by Fletch » Thu Apr 25, 2019 7:36 am

tuna57 wrote:
Wed Apr 24, 2019 3:51 pm
O.K. Fletch you got me... I forgot to put the "button" lock on the doorknob. Had thought to pull tile wall out to create a little thickness where it meets the drywall not sure why I didn't :doh: . I did pick the baseboard and the stuff on the counter up 1/64" and pulled the switch plate off the wall the same amount. Guess I needed to pull them up a little more ? :! .
1/64 " is way too small, you need more like 1/4" - I know it sounds like a lot, but you could create a small test scene to see the difference it makes. I have, over the years, begun to exaggerate this shadow gap a little bit because it does look quite good in the final. Some people just run a white/edges only image and overlay in photoshop erasing edges where not needed to give this effect without adding extra modeling work. If you do that, export the image at twice the resolution of the final, and scale down in photo editor before overlay.

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Re: 8x8 Bath

Post by tuna57 » Thu Apr 25, 2019 4:17 pm

Made some more adjustments....... and yes Fletch raising things 1/4" does seem like a lot :totgm: .Picked stuff up a little more, pulled wall tile out etc. For better or worse think I've about beat this one to death :whistle: . Appreciate all the input. :^:
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Re: 8x8 Bath

Post by Fletch » Sun Apr 28, 2019 2:16 pm

:^: That is an improvement.

Here it is with 30s photoshop enhancement for depth.
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Re: 8x8 Bath

Post by Mike1158 » Sun Apr 28, 2019 2:18 pm

No idea how you do that but it looks good. :hat:

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