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3 Dimensional Chat / Need help with Architectural Visualization (Vray Bathroom)

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wind27382
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Posted: 26th May 2012 14:36
Well I'm trying to improve my general skills and lighting and rendering definitely not my strongest areas. I though if I focused on some arch work I could learn both at the same time. I create the basic bathroom in max and trying to get lighting done before Texturing. I would appreciate any critique you could give me to make this piece better. 3D studio max and Vray. Also if you have any suggestion or pointer for vray please let me know.



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Pincho Paxton
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Posted: 26th May 2012 18:10
I don't know how you fix it but the white sparkles are too strong.

wind27382
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Posted: 27th May 2012 15:16
getting closer. I need to unwrap the wood panels and apply a texture to each one. but this is getting closer.



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Travis Gatlin
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Posted: 27th May 2012 16:09
I know it's not finished yet, but I'd go for a higher resolution texture on the stone around the bathtub and add some very slight reflection. Oh and of course, there's the stretching on a couple of the wooden panels. As for the architecture, I really don't see any thing that could be improved! Very nice job!

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wind27382
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Posted: 27th May 2012 17:12
I agree I'm going to unwrapp each wooden panel so I can fix the stretching.

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Travis Gatlin
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Posted: 27th May 2012 21:11
Awesome! Your work is looking really great and I look forward to seeing the finished thing.

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Posted: 28th May 2012 20:00
I would also use a higher res wood texture


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