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    Conceptual Bathroom

    Hey Guys,

    I have completed a conceptual rendering of a Bathroom for a Residence we are designing.

    This is a WIP so it will probably change a bit

    Image one is the image straight out of Revit, Image 2 is a rendering on the cloud and Image 3 is a post processed image (added some stitching to the leather, did some color correction and added a bit of a glow to the fixtures, added vignetting and a bit of grain.

    Everything was modeled in Revit 2014 with the exception of the tub. (tub was done in blender exported obj and then imported as a dwg into a plumbing fixture family)

    I feel the texture of the pebbles needs some work. but overall I am pretty happy with the progress.

    Any CC are welcome.

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    really nicely done...I like door #2

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    Lights in #3 are great. A question about obj to rfa: dwg involved?

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    Thanks guys

    @ Julien That is correct. Sorry I forgot to mention that.

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    No problem . Just to check if there was something new for obj to rfa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCM View Post
    Hey Guys,

    I have completed a conceptual rendering of a Bathroom for a Residence we are designing.

    This is a WIP so it will probably change a bit

    Image one is the image straight out of Revit, Image 2 is a rendering on the cloud and Image 3 is a post processed image (added some stitching to the leather, did some color correction and added a bit of a glow to the fixtures, added vignetting and a bit of grain.

    Everything was modeled in Revit 2014 with the exception of the tub. (tub was done in blender exported obj and then imported as a dwg into a plumbing fixture family)

    I feel the texture of the pebbles needs some work. but overall I am pretty happy with the progress.

    Any CC are welcome.

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    Juan,

    Cool stuff man. My initial comment is the amount dark spots. Especially in the corners of the room. They make it feel almost dungeon like.

    You could probably fix those with simple level adjustments. If not, you may need extra lighting.

    Also, if you are using Photoshop, a hint of HDR toning will make everything pop:

    Revit Tip - High Definition Renderings | TheRevitKid.com! - Tutorials, Tips, Products, and Information on all things Revit / BIM

    I would HDR tone it to crank up the detail and then smooth it all out with a blur effect layer on screen.
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