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Hi All,

I have an opportunity to do 10 interior renderings for an 8,000 SF house. Client is looking for examples but while I have done interiors it's be more on the small kitchen and living room variety. If anyone has any high end renders of large scale highly detailed residential interiors I am more then will to teaming up with you on this project if I am able to land it.

Just post here your examples and we will go from there.

Thanks

Chris Fox

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There's no difference between rendering a small room and a large room except there's more modelling and detail required. The principals are the same: use real world lighting values, high quality non-repeating textures and take care with composition.

Thanks Peter. I understand from a modeling and rendering standpoint the approach is the same. But what I am looking for is if anyone has had the opportunity to create renderings of high end architectural interiors. My portfolio  includes work I have done for home builders but those images are of small simple kitchens, living rooms, and bedrooms. In order to land this job I need to present myself or team with more grand images.

Hola Cris, tal vez podria colaborar contigo. Algunos ejemplos de mis trabajos estan en esta blog. O bien podrias consultar mi pagina ( www.wix.com/arqtojorgelara/arquitecturadigita l). Saludos.

Hi Jorge,

Thank you for your reply, I viewed your website and your images are stunning! However, the architecture you are rendering is very modern. I am looking for images that present more traditional interiors, such as Colonial and Victorian. If you have something like that please forward. Thanks again!

Chris

Chris: gracias por los comentarios. He tenido la suerte de realizar arquitectura moderna, sin embargo, la ultima palabra la tiene el cliente. Que tipo de imagenes necesitas? Seguamente podre contribuir con mi granito de arena a que tu cliente este satisfecho en el producto fnal. Saludos

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