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another bedroom in night view, as I mentioned before I prefer night scenes, they tend to look more realistic

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On 12/21/2018 at 4:20 PM, Alaskan_Son said:

 

Not too shabby.  Here's my take...

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Good eye Michael. Diminishing pickets looked gross, so I used a tempered glass panel. It doesn't show up well in that rendering, but it's really well noted in the construction drawings!

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Besides, shouldn't that kid be wearing a helmet or a leash?

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1 minute ago, robdyck said:

Besides, shouldn't that kid be wearing a helmet or a leash?

Too funny! :D

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He's gonna need a helmet when he tries to peek over the edge!

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On 12/22/2018 at 4:53 AM, limitless8 said:

care to share what material you used for the glass effect?)

Here's the jpg. Really simple. I usually set the size to around 200" give or take and a Gretzky transparency level.

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Designed this kitchen in 4 hours for a friend. Started at 10pm tonight and finished just now. It's not perfect, and some materials could use some help and some models could use some updating, but its a good reference for what can be accomplished with decent materials and models and some know-how in a short time frame:

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Maybe if I had some patience I would really polish these out but that would be on my time :)

 

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21 minutes ago, Renerabbitt said:

Designed this kitchen in 4 hours for a friend. Started at 10pm tonight and finished just now. It's not perfect, and some materials could use some help and some models could use some updating, but its a good reference for what can be accomplished with decent materials and models and some know-how in a short time frame:

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Maybe if I had some patience I would really polish these out but that would be on my time :)

 

Are these PBR?

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A house I designed in Fallbrook CA. Done in Chief and rendered in Lumion.

 

Dave

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2 hours ago, DMDesigns said:

A house I designed in Fallbrook CA. Done in Chief and rendered in Lumion.

 

Dave

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These look great! I especially like your textures for the grass and greenery over the pergola, where did you find them?

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On 1/14/2019 at 9:54 AM, ericepv said:

These look great! I especially like your textures for the grass and greenery over the pergola, where did you find them?

 

 

I used the built-in tools that come inside Lumion to dress up the landscape.

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 Lumion still destroying as far as renderings go...

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 It has being "Foreverrrrr" since I have posted last, I will try to be more present from now on.

 Model created in Chief X11 and rendered in Lumion 9.3.1.

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  Very preliminary interior and exterior concept.

  Modeled  in Chief X11 and rendered in Lumion 9.3.1

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On 6/13/2019 at 12:51 PM, pkegles said:

  Very preliminary interior and exterior concept.

Love this design, beautiful lines, great respect for the exterior and natural light, awesome mixture and nod to certain styles... given what you've put together I would venture a guess that you are already wrestling with this, but the wine cellar doesn't feel natural to the space, seems like an after thought at the moment. Looking forward to seeing a finalized design if you're willing to share, nice work!

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Used CA to organize my ridiculous garage, in hopes of finally being able to park my winter car in it..happy so far, thanks CA..maybe now people will stop trying to tow it for sitting all summer :)

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On 6/17/2019 at 8:44 AM, Renerabbitt said:

Love this design, beautiful lines, great respect for the exterior and natural light, awesome mixture and nod to certain styles... given what you've put together I would venture a guess that you are already wrestling with this, but the wine cellar doesn't feel natural to the space, seems like an after thought at the moment. Looking forward to seeing a finalized design if you're willing to share, nice work!

  Thank you, (long and narrow lot). The renderings above were to demonstrate to the client what I would have on the lot if I were in his shoes.

  The wine display idea was to be as it you were to remove a block from the open pantry, separating the great room from kitchen/dinning area but without the necessity to close the pantry.

   The client decided to add a second floor (similar to front garage/bonus look), "lazy river" water feature from the court to rear and a roof top. I will post the updates as soon as I'm done ;)

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1 minute ago, pkegles said:

. I will post the updates as soon as I'm done ;)

VERY COOL, CAN'T WAIT!

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1 minute ago, Renerabbitt said:

VERY COOL, CAN'T WAIT!

 Working on it, this exact minute, lol

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On 7/1/2019 at 12:36 AM, Renerabbitt said:

Used CA to organize my ridiculous garage, in hopes of finally being able to park my winter car in it.

Just saw this, what a great idea Rene! Looks like a lot more fun than actually doing it. Mine fit the two cars and the shop until a couple of months ago when staging the house. Now the downsizing has it in chaos.

This is after two daughters were here over the weekend, left with full SUVs. I started rearranging for the moving sale late this am. I like your way better :)

 

 

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