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    Exterior of House Voderady

    Hi guys,
    I want to share one of my newer projects. I focused on greenery and lighting in evening scene...
    Hope you like it

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    I do like it!! Very appealing destination, aesthetically and creation



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    Amazing work! Congrats!..Could you share the rendering and illumination settings? and..where did you get those grasses and trees?...Thanks for a great work in Blender!!!



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    Lighting is just HDRI map, trees are from Evermotion and also my own. I modeled them by grove addon. Grass is from Adrew Price. I would like to answer all your questions, but I do not know what exactly do you think by rendering settings?



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    Reply @jim trim : Thank you for reaction. I appreciate it



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    What can I say to you?! Well done. Just two things:1. Try to rendering from different position of the camera;2. The tree on the left side is greenish than the right side. Try to achive balans in overall.



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    Very nice scene, you did a very good job.



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    Originally Posted by Odilkhan Yakubov View Post
    What can I say to you?! Well done. Just two things:1. Try to rendering from different position of the camera;2. The tree on the left side is greenish than the right side. Try to achive balans in overall.
    Thanks for your advice



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    Originally Posted by Horizon View Post
    Very nice scene, you did a very good job.
    Thank you



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    Very nice images, but there are some details I would change:
    - maybe try adding some aerial perspective by overlaying mist pass on the image, in my opinion the trees in the background need a tiny bit of fog on them,
    - I would add more trees in the background, I can see that there is nothing behind these 4 visible ones,
    - I personally would make the light on the evening scene a bit warmer,
    - I'm not sure but maybe the plaster texture on the first image needs to be in a higher resolution (?)

    Overall nice results, did you use the Filmic Blender color management?
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    Wow... that green grass ... awesome man .. keep it up i really like it



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    Originally Posted by SoulToSqueeze View Post
    Very nice images, but there are some details I would change:
    - maybe try adding some aerial perspective by overlaying mist pass on the image, in my opinion the trees in the background need a tiny bit of fog on them,
    - I would add more trees in the background, I can see that there is nothing behind these 4 visible ones,
    - I personally would make the light on the evening scene a bit warmer,
    - I'm not sure but maybe the plaster texture on the first image needs to be in a higher resolution (?)

    Overall nice results, did you use the Filmic Blender color management?
    Hi, thank you for your suggestions. I appreciated that you spend some time with my project. I agree with you. I don´t like to recreate finished project, but in this case, I will try.

    and yes I used filmic



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    Originally Posted by draguu View Post
    Wow... that green grass ... awesome man .. keep it up i really like it
    thank you, I used grass essentials with some my models



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    Great model and scene. Love that first shor, very nice colors and color combo.
    What i dont like is the material on thw white building part. I cant figure out what sort of material that shoudl be.
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    how did you save your render without materials?
    amazing render



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    could you share how you configurate the nodes for the glass material ?



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    It looks great! I really like the lighting in it. Well done.



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    Originally Posted by alejandro19rq View Post
    how did you save your render without materials?
    amazing render
    It is called clay render and you can find it in Blender here:
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    at first you create white material and in the window on the picture zou choose this material, after it will be used in render for every object.



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    Originally Posted by Senshi-Isamu View Post
    It looks great! I really like the lighting in it. Well done.
    Thanks a lot



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