The Greenhouse

Thanks so much =)

No worries :slightly_smiling_face:

Beautiful image, I love the painterly quality and richness of colours, this should be featured!
Good job, well done!!

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Thanks so much Kingston, that’s very kind of you. Bart actually contacted me yesterday and said it will be featured at some point over the next few days! Thanks for the support =)

You’re on the #featured row! :+1:

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Beautiful and colorful. Bravo!

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Thanks so much David!

That’s outstanding painterly look! How did you achieve that? Soft light from above, and objects textured with lighting “painted in”?

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Beautiful art! I keep coming back to enjoy it again. It is like it is a real place I can go to relax.

I like the painting non photo style. The work bench on the right looks too big.

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I featured you on BlenderNation, have a great weekend!

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Thanks so much! The objects are actually textured very similarly to a photorealistic style, and no paint over at all- the effect comes from rendering with a small number of samples and the AI denoiser! For this piece I only used 16 samples. Adding volumetrics to the scene also introduces a fair amount of noise, and as it denoises the details get a little blurred for the painterly vibe!

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Thanks so much! So glad you like it- here’s a link to an ambience project that Calm&Cozy made using the image, if you’re interested!

And thanks for the critique, getting the scale right can be tricky sometimes to get clarity in the details! Something to work on for next time =)



Not only the flood of warm, spring afternoon colours but the painted texture applied throughout works with every element.

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Oh wow. I’ve liked the painterly look created by AI denoiser with a low sample count before, but this piece really makes that trick shine!

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Thanks so much!! Very kind of you to say

Oh My word, this is spectacular!!!

Thanks very much Neill! =)

Looks really good! I can feel the warm of the scene

Thanks so much Sandy!

Hey everyone- you can check out my Behind The Scenes post for this render on BlenderNation!