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Brooklyn Mansion - Modernistic facade

Brooklyn Mansion - Modernistic facade

  • Raasrendering-40f7a866-0de3-4ac2-84b4-4011e54bd691-3500-3500

    Environment:None

    Rendering Quality:Final

    Exposure:Customized

    Render Time:

    Resolution:3088 x 4000

  • Raasrendering-505ba3e6-4223-40a8-9c19-3fa84b9f12b5-3500-3500

    Environment:None

    Rendering Quality:Final

    Exposure:Customized

    Render Time:

    Resolution:3245 x 4000

Description

In this Brooklyn Mansion, I combined the typical city mansion look with a twist of rustic- modernism.

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X120

Thanks so much!

over 1 year ago
X120

Very good work. Congratulation

over 1 year ago
X176

PEEEEENIS ARE THE COOL COOL

over 1 year ago
X120

Thanks a lot! The is a little complicated in Revit, the sun always comes up even when you set the sun at "0".
The best way to get the sun to display in the right way is by setting the angle and altitude of the sun it should look right on your project, then a good tip is adding some trees that will give off some shade. After the rendering is done play around a little with the exposure it could change the look entirely.
Good luck.

almost 2 years ago
User_x176

Great light!!!...how did you manage the intensity of the sun in this renders? In mine look to much light even when y leave sun on “0”

almost 2 years ago
X120

Thanks so much!

over 2 years ago
X120

Thiết kế của bạn thật đẹp chúc bạn thành công .

over 2 years ago
X120

Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it!

over 2 years ago
User_x176

So pretty, love it!

over 2 years ago
X120

Thanks, Rendered in in-cloud rendering from Revit, no plug-ins.

over 2 years ago
X176

Great work :) What rendering engine did you use on this?

over 2 years ago
X120

Thanks a lot , I truly appreciate it!

over 2 years ago
X176

Oh my! Love it!

over 2 years ago
X120

Thanks, not sure which green things your referring to, probably the plants bushes and trees, there all from the Revit library. If you don't have the Revit library, you could find nice plantation on many sites, search "greenery families for Revit".

over 2 years ago
User_x176

nice work buddy. and where did you got this green things. i need it. help to me brother

over 2 years ago
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