That's some lovely and cozy living room .. specially love the design on the false-ceiling .. i think it could have been cool if you made it continuous pattern/groove (like a heater coil) .. the design of the shelves makes good use of the space as well
Personally i like cozy spaces like this with lots of shelves .. it gives the space a lot of value becasue of all the things you can store on the shelves and with that they will be only a few inches away from you whenever you need them .. ideal for nerds
woooo thanx my computer is a normal i7 nothing magical about it lol you should see the render times of these pics i post lols . I used to draw too but been like 8 or 9 years since i drew and architectural concept mostly conceptualize my work using 3dsmax easier that way
and yeah I have an online portfolio which i plan on updating , it's really outdated :s [link] . really I know you guys should have a license or something right unless I studied in the uk or the us itself i cant just start working there or i could work as an intern for like 3 years :s which sucks am pretty old for an intern lols.
I never been to the US b4 wish i could though hehehe part of my trips round the world agenda XD
really you look younger and neither have I lol so whats ur master about? mine was in architectural theory about how to introduce digital architecture in a design studio for students still needs tons of work
oh yeah. i have an old i7. After i do my render i spend a lot of time in photoshop. i dont try to go too photo realistic though, but i admire it when i see it.
we have to complete 3000 hours of some internship in different areas (something like drafting, concept design, etc) and then 7 tests before we can become licensed. its very complicated. I'm not sure what the process is for international licensing.
I totally get you I used to hate photo realistic renders myslef lol , it's more for cg artists than architects , but unfortunately here clients demand to see something similar to reality even when i submit a draft sketchy render they always as "how will this look like in reality?" thats why I started rendering like that but not so photo realistic I still exaggerate in the lighting and colors
ouch lol really here you just have to graduate lol but to be a licensed consultant "not a normal architect" you'll have to work from 10 to 15 years or have ur phd and work on more than one huge project , so far I worked five XD , but 7 tests thats insane 0_0 how long do you study architecture in collage then here we study for 5 years? I never worked with someone in the us even if it's freelance job which I actually do now worked with ppl in the middle east, africa , and europe , hope i get a chance to travel there one day