cool work, i am a Previz artiest. u r using V-ray, it's taking to much time to render, what system configuration yours, u finish in one day, what in one day u Finish all modelling and texturing and lighting ?
You're killing me with your overly-realistic work. Nah I'm still alive haha, most of the objects look hella real, some not as much due to lighting or aliasing, but the regular eye of most people won't pick that up so its okay, man
Really freaking awsome. Im amazed you got all the text. for the books and still kept it in a days work. How do you do that? Do you have a reference library allready built or something? Cuz it would take me all day jut to get textures.
Dude it was a simple question without any pretense. No need for that tone. The idea behind these scenes is (an ikea designed) realism right? Do you just copy the picture 100% and not take any artistic license? I would be surprised you do. I think the inclusion of small bookends would only enhance the scene. (btw I'm trying to be a constructive critic, sorry if you don't want my criticism and would rather just have your dick rubbed by the fan boys.)
It's the same as me looking at your B29 and not commenting about the shading, fine hand work, the details or the challenging perspective. Instead my only comment was "how do you put air in the tires? - there are no valve stems". The inclusion of your parenthetical statement says a lot about you.
Great work as usual but I think this is probably not the best of yours. Maybe because this is your first work of this type. To me, these details may not be perfect: 1. the back of the chair seems twisted 2. the book shelf seems too thin (if it's the type made by Ikea) 3. the books and the lamp on the centre shelf seem out of proportion (too short) 4. the door knob seems too high. A normal one would be near the middle but lower (about 1 m?). Looking at the picture, the knob seems at least at 1.3 m.
Yay, excellent job. Most of the IKEA catalog nowadays is actually made in 3D; more job for people like U, less job for us photographers Why don't U send this in to IKEA, perhaps they wanna give U a job Their 3D-artists sits ALL over the globe.