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    Dolomites House

    Hi guys,
    Here's my version of JMA Architects' Dolomites House.
    I should also mention hcpiter666's really nice version of that same home as a source of inspiration. You can find his original post here.
    As always, everything modelled in Blender and rendered in Vray using Andrey Izrantsev's wonderful export script, which you can find here.
    Grateful for C&Cs.
    B
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    #2

    hello
    Very nice renders ! JM is good inspiration for me as well
    congrats
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    #3

    Hi Hcpiter. Glad you like it. And thank you for all your great work and inspiration! You're one of the few posters here who really has developed a personal style!
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    #4

    ooo great job - nice glean renders with great lights and materials!!
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    #5

    nice lighting and rendering
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    #6

    Very good job... I like our style... Nice all...
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    #7

    hi Bertrandb, good lighting & materials, but i think images need more contrast?
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    #8

    The last one is excellent!
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    #9

    very good job
    nice lighting and rendering
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    #10

    i like it, super!!! the best
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    #11

    I looooove the living room (picture 6) its so freakin good Very nice render
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    #12

    nice dof , how u did it , vray cam dof or photoshop , if it is vray camera DoF , how dis you setting camera ?
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    #13

    Thanks a lot for the nice feedback guys. Much appreciated.

    bjallal: Cheers. They look just ok on my monitor. In any case, I forgot to save the renders at 16bit, so I didn't have the possibility of doing much post-prod. When I tried to raise the contrast more, I got some horrible banding on the white walls. That's one lesson learnt for next time.

    Santasel: I normally use Vray dof (with the physical camera), especially when I've got lots of glass, as is the case here. In the last image, I did another DOF pass in Photoshop (using Rosenman's DOF Pro) because my DOF subdivision was too low and the render was noisy. This pass got rid of the noise in the blurry area, but it still retained the accuracy of the Vray DOF. That's something that's worth experimenting with if you want the best of both worlds.
    As for the cam setting, I used an aperture of 2.5, a shutter speed of 0.25 seconds, and I boosted the focal lens value to 100 in order to get a shallower DOF.
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    #14

    very nice dof at last imagine ,and thank you so much
    but i only dislike the sofa white with the books white and the candles are white too , u should color the books and the candle , i think
    anyway very good job , congrat
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    #15

    really wow

    what are the secrets with this kind of renders ????
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    #16

    >Superb<
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    Best Regards
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    #17

    Looks great mate.

    Plus you've got fantastic taste in architecture!
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    #18

    Hey, thanks a lot for the top row. What an honour!
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Bertrandb
    Hi guys,
    Here's my version of JMA Architects' Dolomites House.
    I should also mention hcpiter666's really nice version of that same home as a source of inspiration. You can find his original post here.
    As always, everything modelled in Blender and rendered in Vray using Andrey Izrantsev's wonderful export script, which you can find here.
    Grateful for C&Cs.
    B
    Bertrandb: Its geat!!

    i have one question. Did you get the house from hcpiter666, and then added your own furniture?
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    #20

    yeah, i agree that the last shot is the best, as simple as it may be. In general I love white and clean, but I feel like there is too much white. Things like books, candles, remote, etc. are left untextured and I think they could use real materials.
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