Old General Store - isometric

Hi everyone, I would like to share my latest work with you another isometric vintage render. I hope you like.

Blender + Cycles

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Really really beautiful :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Incredible! Perfectly harmonious! I am interested to know how you achieved the gentle glare effect coming from the windows. Did you do it entirely in the compositor? Did you use some sort of low density volumetric?

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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Well, first I use node glow in compositor and then I paint a little bit in Krita.


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Great, thanks!

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You’re also #featured! :tada:

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This is absolutely fantastic. I adore the attention to detail. :+1:

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The kind of scene you look at for long minutes…

And also the kind of scene you wish it were visitable at 1st person; Just for watching up to where the artist pushed the detail…

Amazing ! great !

Congratz and thanks for this lil piece of eye candy :smiley:

Happy blending !

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wow… your work is fabulous. :heart_eyes:

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This is amazing thanks for sharing it! I’m still new to 3D and I’m wondering about these type of room persepectives.

Is this type of composition something that one must think from the start, or can it be applied to any room?

What I means is:
Is it mostly about removing the celing and the walls, or is there more to this type of composition, such as manipulating perspective to make things look better from this angle?

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somebody has to much time here for modeling :wink:

great level of detail

this reminds me about the stores I can visit here at the Henry Ford Greenfield Village open air museum!!!

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I really love the idea of open cut room renders like this, as I’ve tried a few out myself, but this really blows me away man.

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This looks mesmerizing. It makes you feel like you want to walk out of the store and see the rest of the street. Well done. :+1:t4:

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I try to take into account the composition. Sites where breathing and crowded sites. Always a visual impression where all breaths. I do not know if I explain

haha, yes, i do not have a life!!

I like this little world. Good job.

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Would love to try one of these isometric scenes - brilliant work! I love how effective the localised lighting is

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It’s a beautiful light :+1: