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    Architectural images

    Hello,

    I would like to send some of my new architectural images. What do you think about this or maybe how improve lighting ? At the moment grass is a simple plain object without instances. Don't have time to do it better at the moment
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    These are very nice. They have a painting quality to them. Love the colours. I feel there is something wrong with grain/sharpness, I feel houses could be a bit softer than this.
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    beautiful renders,
    to me the sharpness looks good.

    great LW art \:]
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    Awesome colors, very surreal!
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    These are fantastic. I like the choice of skies and that the background looks like a matte painting.

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    bit confused though, is this LW or Kray render?...
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    There is nothing to not like in those renders but best thing is light and colors. Is this straight from Lw11 ? How much photoshop is there ?

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    Very nice overall! For me I think the details of your windows are too large. This gives the renderings a miniture look because usually on plastic models of buildings for model railroading these are usually oversize too.

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    maybe not the windows' size, but yeah, the wooden planks around the windows are quite thick...
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    Yeah that's what I meant.

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    Very beautiful ! i love it all.

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    Thanks for comments.
    This is a LW 11 renderer, not Kray. Of course there is a some photoshoping.
    I'm going to do images pleasing to the eye. Vivid, colorful and balancing between reality and ... something that looks good

    And here is a new image :

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    Kicks!
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    Looks great!
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    These are great and pleasing renders, I like a lot vivid colors and overall atmosphere. Maybe there is some too sharp elements but still, great images.
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