Testing aroud with radiosity.
It took me 25h rendering!!
Jul 9, 2008 3:09:47 pmby bruno021 Homepage »
Honest opinion? Not good.
You have to much colour bleeding due to I suppose too much radiosity gain. The sofa is even glowing.
Seems you also have a lot of fog which is odd in an indoor scene. This or way too much ambient lighting. The room is washed out.
Shadows are a tad splotchy too, they need more atmo quality boost.
If you're serious aout getting radiosty right, I suggest you get Chipp Walter's IndoorPak at Corn. It's invaluable.
Hope this didn't sound too harsh, you obviously spent a lot of time on this, not to mention the render time, but I'm a straight talk kind of guy.
Jul 10, 2008 12:29:03 amby Trepz Homepage »
Well, if you went for realism it didn't work. The effects are cool however. This could be like some surreal futuristic medical facility i suppose. And since everything else has been mentioned that not right with it, i will not do it ya. Expecially after 25 hours (;
Aug 6, 2008 5:13:47 pmby crisbenoa Homepage »
I like it! Many things was said but I just love the glowing lights (red and with) flowing around, even the glowing sofa is a good idea! Maybe without all this "wrong" things your picture would be lifeless. I don´t know... but I like your work, you´re one of my favorites.
Aug 16, 2008 1:09:25 pmby Rutra Homepage »
From the technical view, I agree with bruno021 completely. But he completely failed to mention the artistic point of view. Artistically, this image is just great. I really like it. My first impact when I saw it was "wow". I really enjoyed the space, dreamy but real at the same time. The light leak actually works here and it's a fundamental aspect of this image. The overly saturated ambient also works. This image works really well, the technical aspects are completely irrelevant here.