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    The village

    this is my latest work, made with blender and render in cycles 1500 samples + filmic + denoise

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    other views of the project

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    And this is the scene set up

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    Very nice work. I like the mood in the 1st one better, but I'd like it to be a little more contrasty. I think it's a bit dull. If the last building on the left was more highlighted, it would be much more pleasing to my eye, at least.
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    Originally Posted by birdnamnam View Post
    Very nice work. I like the mood in the 1st one better, but I'd like it to be a little more contrasty. I think it's a bit dull. If the last building on the left was more highlighted, it would be much more pleasing to my eye, at least.
    Thanks, I think my monitor is not correctly calibrated, because at home the result of the render is better!



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    Agree lovely mood, jumped out at me from the thumbnail, just a pity that this town is deserted!



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    Originally Posted by Speed7 View Post
    Agree lovely mood, jumped out at me from the thumbnail, just a pity that this town is deserted!
    thanks, look it better, is not desert...there are some animals .



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    Good Job man the use of textures, light and models are awesome!



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    Originally Posted by bob3d View Post
    Good Job man the use of textures, light and models are awesome!
    Thanks friend!!!



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    I prefer the lighter image, shows much more details



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    Originally Posted by rombout View Post
    I prefer the lighter image, shows much more details
    me too! Thanks



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    Nicely done. My only observation is regarding where the buildings join the ground, it looks a little sharp. Wouldn't there be some structure or vegetation there to "soften" the transition? It's a minor point. Overall this is a lovely model and it's nicely rendered.



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    Originally Posted by PaulMc View Post
    Nicely done. My only observation is regarding where the buildings join the ground, it looks a little sharp. Wouldn't there be some structure or vegetation there to "soften" the transition? It's a minor point. Overall this is a lovely model and it's nicely rendered.
    In some points there are vegetation, but I think other solution could be better...May be this point will be reflected for the next project.



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    Awesome. I love the composition especially. I would like to know if it's a particular historical setting or if you used a specific reference.



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    Originally Posted by Palosaari View Post
    Awesome. I love the composition especially. I would like to know if it's a particular historical setting or if you used a specific reference.
    Thanks!
    No reference or historical setting, this scene is part of my imagination



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