Updated- BALLROOM DESIGN

Updated- BALLROOM DESIGN

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    Rendering Quality:Final

    Exposure:Customized

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    Resolution:4000 x 2942

  • Environment:None

    Rendering Quality:Final

    Exposure:Customized

    Render Time:

    Resolution:4000 x 2942

Description

Final design for a ballroom I'm working on.

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GIVE TO ME FILE REVIT. THANKS YOU SO MUCH <3
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over 1 year ago

Thanks so much all of you for your wonderful comments, it's greatly appreciated!

almost 2 years ago

fantastic so real

almost 2 years ago

very good!

about 2 years ago

Thanks!

about 2 years ago

good

about 2 years ago

Thanks a lot! Truly appreciated!

over 2 years ago

Espetacular, me lembrou o salão do TITANIC.

over 2 years ago

Thanks a lot!

over 2 years ago

Amazing work !!

over 2 years ago

Thanks a lot, I truly appreciate your input. Just not sure if I'll still get back to this project, but if you check out more recent projects you'll notice I did put in LED lighting.

over 2 years ago

Beautiful rendering. If I were to make one suggestion, which is really more of a design commentary - you can get such efficient recessed LED fixtures these days that I would think you could replace all of your large circular recessed lights with ones that are very small and would allow for more focus on the ceiling geometry and less on all of the circular lights.

over 2 years ago

Thanks!

over 2 years ago

gREAT

over 2 years ago

Thanks a lot!

over 2 years ago

wow design

over 2 years ago

Thanks a lot!

over 2 years ago

nice designe

over 2 years ago

Thanks!

over 2 years ago

nice

over 2 years ago

Thanks a lot! Wish I had the extra time to give classes.

over 2 years ago

Ok Sam, when are you going to teach a class!? Seriously sign me up, this is awesome.

over 2 years ago

I don't remember clearly what I did on this particular project as it was done quit a while back. But I believe this affect was achieved using the adjust exposure tool after if was rendered with hiking up the highlight slider and lowering the exposure value.

over 2 years ago

Yes everything was done in Revit.

over 2 years ago

Thanks a lot!

almost 3 years ago

very nice!

almost 3 years ago

Thanks a lot Frank, I really appreciate it!

almost 3 years ago

Wow impressive designs you have

almost 3 years ago

The table is a typical round table I think it's directly from Revit library. The table cloth I downloaded from Revitcity.com and modified it a little to fit. It still isn't perfect I turned all tables to be at an angle where you only see the nicer side of tablecloth.

almost 3 years ago

can you pleas send the family table to me ?

about 3 years ago

Thanks a lot!

about 3 years ago

Thiết kế của bạn thật đẹp chúc bạn thành công .

about 3 years ago

Yes!

about 3 years ago

Thanks so much for all comments, I truly appreciate it!

about 3 years ago

Stunning , Nice work

about 3 years ago

Wau!!

about 3 years ago

Really sharp!!!

about 3 years ago

Thanks a lot!

about 3 years ago

very good work keep it up

about 3 years ago

Thanks a lot! About rotating the centerpieces I designed it almost two years ago I don't think I'll still come back to this project.

about 3 years ago

Lighting is fantastic! I would rotate some of the centerpieces in various directions so they don't look so "cut and paste".

about 3 years ago

Thanks so much!

about 3 years ago

Spectacular !

about 3 years ago

Thanks so much for your feedback I really appreciate it!

about 3 years ago

This is absolutely perfect, I've been working on a ballroom and really needed all the tips you provided. Thank you soooo much!!

about 3 years ago

Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it!

over 3 years ago

so beautiful!

over 3 years ago

wao esta padrísimo como haces el techo asi

over 3 years ago

Thanks a lot, I really appreciate it!

over 3 years ago

you are the best

over 3 years ago

Thanks a lot, thanks for the tip, I actually tried a couple of times to download 3D max models but I couldn't get it to work.

over 3 years ago

do u know that u can use 3D max models in revit i think that will help u alot

over 3 years ago

very good work keep it up

over 3 years ago

Thanks a lot!

over 3 years ago

GOD ...This is beautiful..

over 3 years ago

Thanks! I actually played around a bit till I got this affect. If you look well you'll notice that some lights still don't render the right way. Basically make sure your lighting is set to the right angle, I also like adding some more wattage than the standard. The best way to learn is playing around a few times till you get the desired affect. also always make sure your setting by the renderings dialogue are set to lighting artificial on, or else you won't get the lights on in the render. Good luck!

over 3 years ago

This is amazing! how did you get the lighting to render so nicely?

over 3 years ago

Thanks a lot!

over 3 years ago

Love the detail..

over 3 years ago

Hi Alexis, I downloaded one from Revitcity not sure what it was called. I added another layer of arms to the top and inside, then changed around the material to crystal and bronze, fixed up the lighting affect and this is the results.

over 3 years ago

Hi, where you found the chandelier?

over 3 years ago

Thanks I really appreciate it!

over 3 years ago

Really nice work!

over 3 years ago

Thanks, it's possible the reason you aren't getting the same effect by rendering in Revit itself might be because the settings in the render dialogue aren't set correctly. click the render button on the bottom ribbon or in the view tab, in the render dialog set the quality to be at least at "high", by lighting make sure it's set to "interior: sun and artificial". hopefully that should solve the problem. after the rendering is done if you aren't satisfied with the coloring you could always adjust the exposure.
Please let me know if this solved the issue.

over 3 years ago

Thanks Sam, amazing tip! but its seems like we get this nice effect only in the cloud rendering but in revit renderings this material will illuminate only it self

over 3 years ago

Once your sweep is created and you picked the profile you want click the check then in the properties pallet you'll have an option to select a material, so click into the material browser button, then on the lower left hand corner there's three buttons the third one is an asset browser there type in to the search box "light", scroll down to find a light that says "light-on". Click on it you'll have an arrow to load into your material browser once you have it you could play around with it a bit.
Hope this was helpful. Good luck!

over 3 years ago

What means? Select the category to be light-on is this a option in revit? Where?

over 3 years ago

Thanks!

over 3 years ago

Very good design, I like the light reflection on wall!

over 3 years ago

Hi Freddy, sorry it took some time for the response the way I did it was with model in place, sweep- make it the shape you want it to be, then make a round or square profile, select the category to be light-on, then play around with light color.

over 3 years ago

I like this design how do you do the blue lights on ceiling?

over 3 years ago

Can you tell me how to create a profile family ceiling like this.
my contact yaritsu@gmail.com

almost 4 years ago

Thanks so much Jonas for your constant support of my work I really appreciate it!

almost 4 years ago

Excellent work and very nice views and very good camera framing congratulations My friend Sam Lang!! =)

almost 4 years ago

Thanks a lot for comments, if you're asking how long I'm working with Revit the answer would be approximately 15 months, if you're asking about this particular project I would say initially it took a few days, but then I kept coming back to refine and adjust here and there.

almost 4 years ago

this is gorgeous, how long have you've been doing this?

almost 4 years ago

đèn hắt mình dùng vật liệu phát sáng phải không

almost 4 years ago

đẹp quá anh ơi, có thể cho em xin file làm mẫu được không ? quyle123@gmail.com . Thanks anh.

almost 4 years ago

Thanks!

almost 4 years ago

Wow! This is beautiful!

almost 4 years ago

GDFGF

about 4 years ago

Thanks, I don't remember for sure but as far as I remember I downloaded it from revitcity.

about 4 years ago

WOW!!!

about 4 years ago

Hi Abiseth Haridoss, sorry about the late response I was a little busy to check here. I'm not sure how to upload a video demonstrating how it was done but I could try to explain it here First I just made basic walls putting in height I wanted then I made three ceilings each with it's unique shape then I did the lighting and played around a little till I got the desired brightness and reflectivity, then I added trim work to walls & ceiling I think I downloaded it from "Revit City". The floor is just a basic wood floor, then the coloring of walls and mouldings, and the furniture and table settings I think everything is from Revit City. It wasn't as hard as it seems just play around and you could do it too!

over 4 years ago

Nice work!

over 4 years ago

can you upload video ,abt this rendering like how u did it

over 4 years ago

Looks beyond 3D

over 4 years ago

Thanks everyone for your comments, and thanks Maggie for your confidence in my work, I appreciate your comments.

over 4 years ago

I can't figure out why this isn't featured, It's simply amazing work.

over 4 years ago

Really nice work, it looks so realistic!!!

over 4 years ago

good job..

over 4 years ago

Magnificent!

over 4 years ago

Great Job!

over 4 years ago

Nice job, looks amazing!

over 4 years ago

Excelente muy profesional.

over 4 years ago

Thanks everyone for your comments, and a special thanks to Lorena Fasolini for the candles!!!

over 4 years ago

Thanks, most families I downloaded from Revit city.

over 4 years ago

Hello! this is amazing.. where do you use this families from? they look really nice great job

over 4 years ago

nice work,
I recognise my candles!
Happy to see

over 4 years ago

Awesome.

over 4 years ago
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