Come to the Feast

Rendered in Cycles. First image has only some sharpening and vignette added. Other two went through some more post-production in Photoshop.
Feedback is welcome! :slight_smile:

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Amazing works mate.

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Thank you! Really enjoyed making this one.

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Wow! That’s amazing! This is definitely one of your more advanced renders. :grinning:

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Thank you! It’s also one of the furthest from conventional arhviz scenes.

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That probably explains why I like it so much, :wry grin:. This tells much more of a story, not only “somebody really lives here” like many of your archviz renders, but “these people have fallen on tough times, but making an effort to make the feast memorable”. I recognize that Børge Mogensen chair on the left; that wasn’t cheap, once upon a time. :wink:

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Hehehe, thanks for the detailed comment Pir! Glad you like the render. Also, nice interpretation - enjoyed reading it.

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I like the raw one best but each is good. I like that the chairs are different. Believable that people live here. The chandelier is too big and seems a little fancy for the rest of the room.

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Amazing work. Incredible detail. First thing that jumped out at me was the chandelier. Two things here for me; first is that it seems oversized for such a “cozy” dining room. The size seems more appropriate for a grand dining room with high ceilings. The second thought was how dark the chandelier is. It seems that it has an amber or darker glass - I think this contributes to how it overpowers the room a bit.

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Absolutely gorgeous.

I like b/white, but in this case I regard the color as vital. It communicates such warmth. So V1 all the way for me.

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Yeah, I know it’s oversized but I liked the extreme contrast with the rest of the room and decided not to change it.
Thanks for the comment!

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Thank you!

Thanks you for such a detailed feedback Drew!

I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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Thanks Bart! Enjoy your weekend too.

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Congrats with “Best of Blender Artist” feature!

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Thanks Dan!

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Nice atmospheric feel, especially the second image :smiley:

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Thank you!
The 2nd one is my favorite out of the three.

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You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

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