Rendering Tips

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Rendering Tips

Postby Cospit » Tue Oct 26, 2021 4:49 pm

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Hello everyone!

I've finally managed to complete my first render and would like to know if you have any tips to improve it...! I'm a little undecided on the lighting and POV.... (50 degrees)...

If anyone would like to help me improve I will be very grateful. If you want i can attached the SketchUp file

Thank you!


Re: Rendering Tips

Postby L i am » Sat Oct 30, 2021 6:57 am

I think uyou may have better luck if you specify your render engine. For instance I may say "use an area light' but your platfom may not have one.

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Re: Rendering Tips

Postby pbacot » Sat Oct 30, 2021 8:21 pm


I'd just say the camera location looks static and a little odd. It could be you have a specific view in mind. I'd look at professional interior photographs (or renders) that are designed to show-off or describe the space (realty and interior design pictures). This picture seems to be attempting a frontal view of the TV cabinet, as you might want for the cabinet maker, but not a picture of the room. I get an uneasy sense that there's no telling how high the ceiling is, because the picture goes up about to where I would expect the ceiling, but one can't see it. You might try views off-center, from the corners of the room to encompass the space differently (which also makes it feel more dynamic as a consequence of converging lines created in perspective).

Though it is a day scene you might try some low interior lighting to add interest, making the lighting less homogeneous.

Good work. Hope to see more!
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