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    Writer's home - a minimal concrete house

    "Writer's home" is my latest personal project.
    The idea was to create a minimalist house for a successful writer who had given up dealing with people. He passes his days writing and reading. He's into minimal architecture and not too keen on big fancy interior design.

    As a starting point I felt inspired from the Ex-Machina decor, which some part was shoot at the The Juvet Hotel. But as I progressed I started to develop my own ideas.

    Hope you like it.
    www.angelofernandes.com
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    #2

    Good job Angelo, very cold scene, cant imagine living there but good renders and scene setup non the less
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    #3

    Thanks @MITVIZ I know it's a bit cold and maybe lacks a bit of human warmth, but that was jut the idea for this character how lives there. Thanks!!
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    #4

    render quality is awful
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    #5

    So many renders and all FAKE. Would be enough one render and realistic
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    #6

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Iulian80
    So many renders and all FAKE. Would be enough one render and realistic
    It's your opinion, like everyone else you're entitled to it.
    thanks for the comment
    cheers!
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    #7

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: svinoed
    render quality is awful
    It's your opinion, like everyone else you're entitled to it.
    thanks for the comment
    cheers!
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    #8

    wow that's a lot of concrete...those room will need a lot of anti-bacteria air conditioning system.

    I like the design in general...some parts are overexposed..but overall images are framed well
    I would work on concrete texture a bit more..it's not reflecting the way concrete reflects or behaves in general..

    try grant warwick stuff he's the real deal when it comes to textures..
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: VrayGuide
    wow that's a lot of concrete...those room will need a lot of anti-bacteria air conditioning system.

    I like the design in general...some parts are overexposed..but overall images are framed well
    I would work on concrete texture a bit more..it's not reflecting the way concrete reflects or behaves in general..

    try grant warwick stuff he's the real deal when it comes to textures..

    thanks for your opinion, this is concrete porn all over

    Some bits could have different reflection I guess, but I think that it also depends on treatment the concrete has.
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    #10

    Composition and general lighting is very nice. Feels very poetic. As for quality I do not mind the rough impression, whole set is very good.

    Keep it up!
    P
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    #11

    Thanks simonhc, coming from you it's a great compliment.

    I've been following your works and they are fantastic!

    Cheers
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    #12

    So cool man.Love concrete & warm combination
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    #13

    Many thanks @papagyi
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