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Offline evilmaul

Re: sketchup model renderd in keyshot, but not yet totally finished. =D
« Reply #15 on: August 14, 2013, 07:37:19 pm »
Even tho the background isn't that visible, but if I had to judge the lighting of the backplate by looking at the tallest tree canopy I would say that the main light source should be on the opposite side from where you placed it. And man someone needs to mown that grass  ;D especially that in foreground is a way out of scale , the bench almost sinks in it

I haven't done architectural renders In more than 10 years , but like in the other thread about diamond rings, if someone want to share a house model to play with it ill definitely look into it as soon as I get some time

Offline jeth

Re: sketchup model renderd in keyshot, but not yet totally finished. =D
« Reply #16 on: August 15, 2013, 03:00:06 am »
 ;D keyshot is where you can play and practice render without taking too much time to render just to see the final result..

like what i did, even though i don't get best outcome, the result is that i'm happy.

i have to do a bunch of experiment for architectural rendering especially in the environment, lighting, and mostly the details. unlike other 3d programs, they have a lot of tools and plugins like grass and tree maker, interior lighting setup (like IRENDER do), etc.,  but i believe ,keyshot can provide this tools soon. and i will patiently wait for that =)

Offline jeth

Re: sketchup model renderd in keyshot, but not yet totally finished. =D
« Reply #17 on: August 15, 2013, 03:02:10 am »
@Evilmaul: yes, you can practice free models too in 3D warehouse. if you want this model, i can share it you. =)