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|Testing aroud with radiosity.
It took me 25h rendering!!
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I absolutely love it!
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.
I agree with Bruno actually, especially about the colour bleed. Still, it's a pretty good idea, radiosity can be a real pain to set up properly but don't get discouraged, keep at it and things will only get better
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 (;
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.
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.
I like it, because the athmosphere you created is utterly artistic and very appealing...it has a wonderful etheric feeling
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