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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby Mardonis » Thu Nov 14, 2013 12:15 pm

How do you get up and down from the ground to the porch?
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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby Last Known Hero » Thu Nov 14, 2013 2:32 pm

Does it have interior walls? Very nice!
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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby MikuzA » Thu Nov 14, 2013 3:44 pm

Mardonis wrote:How do you get up and down from the ground to the porch?

Haha My thoughts also! EPIALES, slight design flaw, how to get inside the building physically!

Looking extremely awesome, you seem to do alot of impressive stuff with that blender, keep that up!
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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby Epiales » Thu Nov 14, 2013 7:04 pm

Mardonis wrote:How do you get up and down from the ground to the porch?


LOL, I mainly was trying to focus on the lighting on the door. How to make it kind of glow to look real. And the mirror. I planned on moving the first railing in front and putting steps there, but stopped working on it ;)
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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby Epiales » Thu Nov 14, 2013 7:05 pm

Last Known Hero wrote:Does it have interior walls? Very nice!


I put walls up and places for doors and windows. I only put a door up front and two windows and finished up. But yeah, I can easily decorate the inside if I wanted to finish working on it.
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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby Epiales » Thu Nov 14, 2013 7:08 pm

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Mardonis wrote:How do you get up and down from the ground to the porch?

Haha My thoughts also! EPIALES, slight design flaw, how to get inside the building physically!

Looking extremely awesome, you seem to do alot of impressive stuff with that blender, keep that up!


lol..thx! I have basically just been doing bits and pieces of things. This image was for the lights on the outside door and the mirror / porch. Others were for the inside lighting. Others were for using columns and texture. Others were for building a skyrise. I have yet to implement everyone of them into one image, which is what I will initially do as I keep learning new things.
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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby Epiales » Sat Nov 16, 2013 9:10 am

Okay, updated with my lamp and the steps to get there LOL

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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby Epiales » Sat Nov 16, 2013 10:22 am

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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby a_bertrand » Sun Nov 17, 2013 1:15 am

I see you started to use GI (Global Illumination) or at least I think so as your renders starts to be noisy. There is a couple of ways to improve that, first, render it bigger and resize it with photoshop => that reduces the noise but of course increase the render time. Second, increase the quality of the render, could be different settings to do so and it depends on the render engine you choose to use. Of course you could leave it like that for trials ;)
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Re: Blender Porch Deck

Postby Epiales » Sun Nov 17, 2013 1:20 am

a_bertrand wrote:I see you started to use GI (Global Illumination) or at least I think so as your renders starts to be noisy. There is a couple of ways to improve that, first, render it bigger and resize it with photoshop => that reduces the noise but of course increase the render time. Second, increase the quality of the render, could be different settings to do so and it depends on the render engine you choose to use. Of course you could leave it like that for trials ;)


How to render it bigger? Not sure how to do that in blender. I can't ever seem to get all the noise out no matter what I try :(

I'm working on my glass windowed porch now and this is as good as I can get it without knowing how to fix the noise better.

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