Night view of a residential building

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Thu Aug 06, 2020 3:05 pm

Night view of a residential building
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Tue Aug 11, 2020 1:45 am

Nice Renders :thumbup:

I can see in all your previous post that you are using 3pt perspectives, very anonying sorry :) .
Try setting your camera to 2 point in sketchup camera settings.
All your vertical lines should be square to your image.
Just a suggestion. Cheers
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Hello. Thank you. Thank you for your comment dear friend
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Tue Aug 18, 2020 10:01 am

PINOY wrote:
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3pt perspectives, very anonying sorry :) .
Try setting your camera to 2 point in sketchup camera settings.
All your vertical lines should be square to your image.
@Pinoy, is right. If I understand correctly, this was a perspective shot with a very low Field of View. which would explain the weird angles at the bottom. I like perspective shots when done right... but, it's hard to figure out just what is going on here at the bottom. When this close, especially with the fence and gate at the forefront, a 2pt perspective would be very helpful.

Other than that, I love the atmosphere. However, is the building in the back a part of the background image?I just seems as though the perspective of your model is not aligning to the perspective of the building in the back (which might be a part of the street sidewalk?). It would be good to see a SketchUp screenshot of this to help understand what is going on here.

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Tue Aug 18, 2020 4:41 pm

I also would prefer 2pt perspective like Pinoy and duanekemp allready mentioned.
But other than that really nice lighting, colours and atmosphere :thumbup:
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Sun Aug 30, 2020 8:44 am

This project is completely rented and the whole goal is to have a complete view of the building and you are absolutely right that it is a problem in terms of perspective. I wanted to provide the most details of a building to the employer with a render. Thanks again for your constructive comments
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