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    Cottage

    I`ve created a cottage a couple of days ago, and so the result:

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    Addons used:
    * Jarch viz for the roof
    * Archimesh for windows
    * sapling + particles - trees
    * Plancher for the floors.

    I hope you liked it.



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    Good picture.

    Few hints: the house looks to clean. There´s no white walls out there which are 100% free of dirt. I would add a bit, this will increase realism. The other thing regarding the white walls: I think there is no displacement on it. I would add some, cause there is definitely no facade in reality, which is 100% flat. What I also try to figure out: why is that platform below the left balcony that long? On the right hand balcony, there is no overhang of these wood poles. I also think, that the ground should not be that wavy...

    Good start though!



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    good work.maybe slightly more contrasty lighting.trees look very realistic,how did you achieve it with sapling?



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    Very nice one.
    Other than jero3d said, I actually think this clean look works very well with this scene, maybe only some bump on the white walls.



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    yep trees and house amazing

    most visible for me ---> ground/grass is strange... maybe too uniform i guess
    white wall material --> needs sume bump or something to not be so perfectly flat

    but all other parts are amazing IMHO
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    Hello Amazing work. I agree with what Jero said. But apart from those details awesome. Would you mind share about your lighting setup?



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    Very nice, really. Could you give us more detail about the grass and tree? A single render (with a lower quality or lower resolution should be fine) or something like that? Was the leaf made with texture or it was modeled? I was impressed about the level of detail of the tree and the beauty of the grass.



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    Exxcellent



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    Soft, realistic, nice. Contrast is OK.
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    These trees looks very realistic. I'm truly impressed. Could you share your node tree you have used for leaves, and tell how exactly did you made these trees?



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    super good and the trees look A+++. Yes the house looks as if it was just powerwashed 2 hours ago, but that's OK.



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    Great job, very good, I would like to know more about lighting and rendering settings



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    maybe through some bump mapping on the walls otherwise a plus



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    Originally Posted by Rodrigo366 View Post
    Great job, very good, I would like to know more about lighting and rendering settings
    Me too.

    Those trees are probably the best sapling trees I've seen. Very nice shader on the leaves.



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    Very realistic scene. I like the way you use grass particles instead of grass texture. We should never use grass texture. We should use actual grass models on top of mud or soil texture.



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    Beautiful scene and that lighting is incredible...wish I could figure out how to make it that realistic.



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    render engine

    hi,, very nice scene,, good job mate, i love it very much

    if i may know, what render engine did you use? is it cycles?



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    Looks really good.

    If you were doing this for an architect I'd say you pretty much nailed it.

    Almost realistic but flawless. The 'ideal' that would sell a project.

    Not everyone does 3D, most, who don't, would likely take this as a photo.

    I'm working on archviz skills at the moment. Hoping to achieve results as good as yours in the not too distant future!



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