1. Join Date
    Oct 2016
    Posts
    17
    #1

    Alborz Residential Complex

    Hi guys
    3ds Max, Corona Renderer, Photoshop
    October 2019
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  2. Join Date
    May 2015
    Posts
    6
    #2

    Man! couple of fine renders here! Congrats!... Some minor tips that may helps improving the realism:
    - While it is really tempting to have rusted or dusty corners but to be honest IMO it takes ages to have such an image on 2nd floor metal balcony material. Due to the fact that on such a height usually there is nothing causing damages on surface or corners.
    - The brick pattern is somehow inexecutable on corners in real world based on it's thickness.
    - Also stone texture has lost its continuity in corners while it is wrapping.
    - Greensward benefits a really nice texture but there is no frond, grass etc... it is more visible when it meets the stone wall.
    - Concrete texture are dragged on pavement volume sides in parking lot and also timbers suffer from repetitive textures.
    - I am also pretty sure the those fences are chosen by client! am I right?
    By the way really nice renders.
    Last edited by yegane; 2019-10-20 at 10:11 PM.
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