I feel so lucky to have been asked to be a beta tester for Lili at C3D. I love her models and I think they have moved my brain to try new things.
For me, interiors are a new and difficult thing mainly because of the lighting. I don't know how to properly do interior lighting. For landscapes it's easy, play god, and just move the sun!
The drapes, towels, and the draping cloth on the tub are from Lili's new "Drapes" package at C3D. The Peonies and the Orchid are also Lili's models.
The potted Palm, Millennium Cat, are from Daz3D, the Great white egrets (there are 2 here) are from Ken Gilliland's SongBird Remix Shorebirds colletion 1.
The trees are from Xfrog's Asia Library with some of their tropical Palms thrown in.
All the rest of the furniture are all freebies from Achive 3D and Google SketchUp Warehouse
The ceiling and the windows are components from Google Sketchup, I modeled the tub (which even I could do) :)
Thanks for looking and thanks to all the modelers that offer up their work free or not. Where would we be without you.
Sep 16, 2012 5:36:51 pmby Quest Homepage »
I get a nice sense of serenity and comfort in this place. It lends a sense also of flowing freedom from interior to exterior. Much for the eye to see and I like it that the eye flows from object to object, it keeps the eye busy (eye candy). Another wonderful piece you've created...thanks for posting it.
Sep 16, 2012 9:24:18 pmby claude19 Homepage »
I think I understand a little what you mean ... an interior scene seems more difficult to achieve a landscape for both décoor himself as lighting ... and a great opportunity to be able to popuvoir evolve to produce mixed scenes. Votyre attempt here is not any: I love the transparency of the wall, the exterior decor ... and the life within, and the sense of humor of the cat trying to catch a fish in the jar. Beautiful composition that reflected your style already.