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    Villa Íverby

    A personal project: visualisation of Villa Íverby by John Robert Nilsson Arkitektkontor.
    Visualisations were created basing on photographs by ┼ke Eson Lindman and John Robert Nilsson.

    Blender for modelling, Cycles for rendering, all post-production in Blender. Rocks are from Quixel Megascans "Forest Undergrowth" pack.
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    full resolution images:
    sunset: https://www.dropbox.com/s/wvegs2e5wfg4m5s/1.jpg?dl=0
    evening: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ac51339hsg405in/2.jpg?dl=0
    daylight: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9klb7ip064rnrr8/3.jpg?dl=0
    Ambient Occlusion: https://www.dropbox.com/s/l4q5ijzujyhpu79/3_AO.jpg?dl=0
    Last edited by SoulToSqueeze; 01-Dec-16 at 00:51. Reason: accidentally posted not actual image
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    I am absolutely amazed by this! Every detail is perfect! Also those are lovely HDRIs! I hope that someday I'm able to produce such quality renders. The second image is my favorite, with the pillows around the fireplace.
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    @ItalianJoy the HDRIs are free 4K resolution images from http://hdri-skies.com/.
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    Very nice work and especially lighting , can i ask you what is your hdri settup ?



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    WOW, Amazing work...Congratulations!...Could you share the glass nodes....Thanks



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    I want to live there.



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    Here are my hdri setup, and glass nodes. For hdri the "rotate Z" node group is from Pro Lighting Skies add-on.
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    Thanks...and...the background (lake, trees, etc) looks pretty good too.....it┤s an image or it was modeled too?



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    It's all 3D, here is Ambient Occlusion pass from the last image.
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    Thanks squeeze but how it's possible to render all this tree ? ( you use the grove or something like that ???)



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    @Joan Savalli there are about 4 or 5 different tree models used, a few on the foreground are placed manually, the rest in the background are distributed by particle systems. Models are from Evermotion, with a bit of my editing.
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    Excellent Work!
    Totally Impressed.
    If you don't mind please share the rendering settings, hardware specs and render times.
    I'm curious...does all these trees fit on your GPU?!!!



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    @SunBurn I don't remember exact times of render, I usually set it on 1000 samples and pause when I think it's ready. The second scene went pretty fast - about 50 minutes, I think mostly thanks to clamp direct at value of 1.8. The first two rendered for about 6-8 hours. I have 2 GPUs: GTX 970(4GB) and GTX 1070(8GB), two first scenes fit on both cards, the last one had to be rendered on 1070 only, it weighs about 6 GB.
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    Absolutely gorgoreous, this is inspirational.
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    Superb result!

    Excellent ambience and archviz elements, the materials (glass and floor tiles especially), the details and postpro. And all done in blender... Care to share some postpro tips?
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    Thank you guys very much for the apperciation,
    @Okavango what makes the floor tiles special is that they are flully procedural, I also like the result
    My tips about postpro? I think it's crucial to use a mist pass when such a distance is visible, that's how I add it:
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    I also add fog glow on the environment pass and mix it with the image using aplha pass as factor, not to make background too bright, I only want glow over rendered objects. Simplified, without color corrections it's something like this:
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    And on top of everything theres always vignette:
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    The rest is mostly color corrections, curves, I often tweak the blue channel curve, to make lights a bit more yellow, shadows more blue.
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    Thank you very much, those are some expert pointers! Well deserved 5 stars...



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    This is simply just stunning!



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    The production is awesome.
    But I think you should give some glow or glare to lamps inside. Else it will look like this much light without any lamps turned on?
    Keep it up.



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    Sorry for a late reply, I didn't check this post for some time.

    @marckeiner Thank you

    @j1g4r Good idea, I would have done that if the light sources were directly visible. And actually the lights are faked by simple light planes directed up and down, now I noticed that there's a line visible, where the plane intersects with the fireplace. Thanks for the compliment
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