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ricardovaldiviam
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Hotel project

Post by ricardovaldiviam » Sun May 31, 2020 11:20 pm

Hi everyone, id like to show you some rendered scenes from a project. Its the idea of a hotel. Any opinions or critics about the images are most welcome!
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Fletch
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Re: Hotel project

Post by Fletch » Mon Jun 01, 2020 9:28 am

:welcome:
Please upload your image directly here, for forum continuity we don't encourage external content. We did not block your images, but there is some unknown error with the links.

ricardovaldiviam
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Re: Hotel project

Post by ricardovaldiviam » Wed Jun 03, 2020 4:19 pm

Fletch wrote:
Mon Jun 01, 2020 9:28 am
:welcome:
Please upload your image directly here, for forum continuity we don't encourage external content. We did not block your images, but there is some unknown error with the links.
I upload correctly this time. I create this model to learn how to render water properly, i think i did it right, but any comments will be appreciatte!

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Re: Hotel project

Post by Fletch » Wed Jun 03, 2020 6:21 pm

Easy08 is best render setting for exterior images like these.
Easy09 also works great, but takes longer to clear the noise in the image.

Easy 08 render setting is great for pool water because you can select pool water material and disable "cast shadow" for the water - this allows light to look more accurate for the water. Easy09 will still render the water with shadow... it ignores the "don't cast shadow" option.

Your images are looking very nice. Keep in mind you will need to take an image into a photo editor for post-processing enhancement, this is true (in general) for images in rendering or architectural photography in real life. It is a part of the process.

The cloudy sky in the first image changes the mood in the image from something nice to something not so pleasant. The lighting in the sky doesn't match the direction of the sun. The choice of sky and sun angle are very important in these types of images. A clear blue sky can be the easiest way to "cheer up" your image... but the sun angle is very low in your rendering.

But it's very strange to have lights on outside of building during so much sunlight. ;)
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Re: Hotel project

Post by ricardovaldiviam » Wed Jun 03, 2020 8:51 pm

Thanks for the tips Fletch!

I dont do nice outdoor renders yet :) im gonna use your advices to improve the images, render again and upload. Thanks again for taking your time to answer!

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