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Posted by MartinSK at Sep 11, 2016 10:03:29 AM
Re: For big family
Lights and shadows makes it more realistic for me...
1.3.1 makes it more 'smooth'. Look at the shadow on the left door and wall. And there are more settings in shines of all models to create it more realistic.
But sure...it's your choice...I saw only that you started to use 1.3.1 before,quality of your pics enhanced.... and now I see you stopped. That's why I asked why...
It's only about priorities.

Posted by bdfd at Sep 11, 2016 5:01:21 PM
Re: For big family
Agree with you for projects kile Versailles or Taj Mahal,
but for 'little' rooms of a house...

So it's Well noted ! smile
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Posted by bdfd at Sep 13, 2016 10:07:05 AM
Re: For big family
View on one of Two 'little' bathrooms.


1024x768 in Q4 without R1.3.1
smile
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Posted by bdfd at Sep 30, 2016 10:16:15 AM
Re: For big family
Come back to this project.


1920 x 1080 in Q4 with R1.3.1

View of hallway (surface of 26.2 m² with glazed corridor):
Main door with windows each side.
At left, the door of coats closet and in right toilets.
Near corridor, the door of shoes closet.

Options : you can install sliders doors each side of corridor.
smile
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Posted by danger89 at Nov 1, 2016 11:12:15 PM
Re: For big family
Do you see differences between twice ?


A big difference is quality!

Posted by bobzilla at Nov 2, 2016 10:27:15 PM
Re: For big family
Just joined here and am looking at Sweet Home 3D.

I was wondering, was that entire house shown at the start of this thread done entirely in Sweet Home 3D? Roof, gutters, fence, etc?

Thanks!

Bob

Posted by bdfd at Nov 3, 2016 6:02:29 AM
Re: For big family
Thank you guys for your feedback ! smile

That this model has been designed entirely with SH3D.

I hope this will influence somebody...
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Posted by bobzilla at Nov 3, 2016 1:12:19 PM
Re: For big family
Great!

I've been looking at SH3D, LiveHome 3D, and Home Designer from Chief Architect. They all differ in complexity and cost. I know pretty much nothing about architecture, so I'm looking for something mainly easy to use, but also with a good amount of functionality.

Mostly used for designing the "dream house"!

Bob

Posted by VeroniQ at Nov 3, 2016 4:04:31 PM
Re: For big family
Wellcome here, then! We hope to see your "dream house" soon...
Véronique

Posted by bobzilla at Nov 4, 2016 1:02:38 AM
Re: For big family
Thanks very much! Still very much in the planning stage. It is a true dream house...I doubt I can ever afford it, but it's fun planning, and looks like it will be fun getting into SH3D!

Main idea is a log/timber frame style house. Not sure if SH3D can do that, but I know I can still do the layout and all the other interior/exterior ideas.

Bob

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