My Barbara Barry's inspiration

My Barbara Barry's inspiration

Postby fymoro » Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:57 am

Hi all,

I like since a long time Barbara Barry's interior design, very class and chic for me.
So I decided to make this composition just for fun with 90% of the Barbara Barry's furniture and decoration items.
On another hand, I would like to demonstrate that the association between Sketchup and Thea is just what I wanted for a long time.
So easy to setup the scene (Ceilings, walls, lights, materials) in Sketchup and then let's go to Thea, setup the view and the lighting without furniture.
After that, I can merge what I want, there is no limit... It's amazing... :D
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Re: My Barbara Barry's inspiration

Postby dale » Wed Jun 06, 2012 2:22 pm

Fred, your work just keeps getting better. :thumb:
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Just monkeying around....like Monsanto
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Re: My Barbara Barry's inspiration

Postby Roger » Wed Jun 06, 2012 3:54 pm

Where did you find the flying carpet? Looks like the left corner is revved up and ready to go.
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Re: My Barbara Barry's inspiration

Postby stefanq » Wed Jun 06, 2012 6:47 pm

Fred, every time you make a new post, I become a bigger fan of yours. If you continue to do so, I'll be your number one fan.
Since in the last topic of yours I brought into discussion the beautiful Candice, and after reviewing some of her images (Google images) I've noticed that your images are very "earthy" to say so. What I mean is that I think you need some blue or gray in your color scheme. Not saturated , and just here and there, like a sofa, a curtain or a small wall.
I'm not very good with colors, I just love architecture and interior design more and more, and I don't necessary know what I'm talking about. It's just something that you could experiment.
Regards,
Stefan
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Re: My Barbara Barry's inspiration

Postby fymoro » Thu Jun 07, 2012 6:43 pm

dale wrote:Fred, your work just keeps getting better. :thumb:

Thanks
Roger wrote:Where did you find the flying carpet? Looks like the left corner is revved up and ready to go.

:roflmao: Ok just see it... :D
stefanq wrote:Fred, every time you make a new post, I become a bigger fan of yours. If you continue to do so, I'll be your number one fan.
Since in the last topic of yours I brought into discussion the beautiful Candice, and after reviewing some of her images (Google images) I've noticed that your images are very "earthy" to say so. What I mean is that I think you need some blue or gray in your color scheme. Not saturated , and just here and there, like a sofa, a curtain or a small wall.
I'm not very good with colors, I just love architecture and interior design more and more, and I don't necessary know what I'm talking about. It's just something that you could experiment.
Regards,
Stefan

Thanks a lot Stef for your kind comment, I notice what you say about the colour shame.
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