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Posted by basit.andrabi at Sep 24, 2012, 1:36:45 PM
smile   My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
hello guys...i am a resident of the worlds most beautiful place "Kashmir". we are planing to construct the new house, n i hav taken the responsiblity to design it to save the archtecht charges...thanks to this great application that made it very easy for me..here are some snapshots of the house i designed in sh3d.. i need some suggestions for the improvement from the respected users of this forum... n i want to pay my gratitude to an expert hansmex...hans your words really helped me a lot...i wud b glad if uu do suggest me smthing regarding my project!!

Front view


Backside


i will b uploding more pics of it very soon!!!

Posted by hansmex at Sep 24, 2012, 2:31:26 PM
Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
Basit,

If you want me to have a look at your design, please send me your *.sh3d file, or share it through the forum.

Hans
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Windows 10 Pro, SH3D 6.2 with 8 GB memory allowance
Ubuntu 18.04, SH3D 6.2 with 2 GB memory allowance

Posted by basit.andrabi at Sep 24, 2012, 2:32:02 PM
Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home


the entrance lounge of the house...we call it "lobby" here in Kashmir

Posted by Puybaret at Sep 24, 2012, 4:58:09 PM
Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
You did a very nice design. And even with the basic roof elements provided in the library, it looks pretty realistic. Just missing a mountain decor behind it. wink
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Emmanuel Puybaret, Sweet Home 3D developer

Posted by basit.andrabi at Sep 24, 2012, 4:59:58 PM
Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
yes hans i wud love to hav ur expert inspection of my design..bt its sh3d file is really big (even its compressed file is 33 mb) since itz a four level design..still i will upload it as soon as i get a chance of a fast internet.... by the way sir is there ny trick or procedure of reducing the time taken by this application to develop the photo of a 3d wid lights??? my computer takes at least 30 minutes to develop one photo of 1400/800 pixels..

Posted by Puybaret at Sep 24, 2012, 5:05:04 PM
Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
is there ny trick or procedure of reducing the time taken by this application to develop the photo of a 3d wid lights???
Please see the FAQ How can I speed up the rendering process in photo and video creation panes?
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Emmanuel Puybaret, Sweet Home 3D developer

Posted by basit.andrabi at Sep 24, 2012, 5:23:10 PM
Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
hahaha...u r right Mr. Puybaret, itz missing those lushy green mountains...but in reality it wont, we hav them in abundance here in Kashmir... lol
n about the roof, it was a real chalenge, as the library element provided very less options..so i hd to follow the tricky approach...n even the windows, i hd to design them myself as the library windows are not acceptable to the chilly climate here...i did design them in sh3d using only the cubical boxes of different sizes at different eleviations...a real tough chalenge...nyways thanks to the simplicity of this application..otherwise it was quite imposible..i did try google sketch-up n two more, but sh3d is the best!! :)
and thanks for ur appreciation Mr. Puybert

Posted by hansmex at Sep 24, 2012, 6:24:15 PM
Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
Basit,

Maybe you could delete a large part of the furniture and decoration to make the file smaller.

To speed up photo rendering, there is one trick that isn't in the suggestions in the FAQ. If you (temporarily) delete all the furniture that is not visible in your picture, rendering will speed up considerably.

Hans
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Dual boot - AMD FX6300 6-core, 16GB ram
Windows 10 Pro, SH3D 6.2 with 8 GB memory allowance
Ubuntu 18.04, SH3D 6.2 with 2 GB memory allowance

Posted by basit.andrabi at Sep 28, 2012, 2:02:31 PM
smile   Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
Thank You Hans n Puybert for ur valuable tym saving suggestions....they did work...here are some more pics of my project.. i hope u can hav an idea of it till i upload the sh3d file fo uu..
Front view


Side view



Angle view from the back



Night View

thats how it gonna look at night...n to create this effect it took a mountain of my patience..can u believe that it took exactly 8 hours to render this pic.. shudnt i b awarded nobel prize in patience!! lol



Kitchen

this pic is taken while entering the kitchen...the opposite door wid some glass on it opens to the small kitchen garden outside, n another door there goes to the small space meant fo the things that cant b shown off....


Entrance lounge (Lobby)

this is how it goona look when u peep insyd through the front big window...one thing u wont notice is the door on the left wall adjusted inbetween the wooden shelves, this door leads to the guest room...the big sliding door opposite to d viewer is a way to "hamam" (room wid a floor of stones, which hav the space down under where the timber can b burnt to hav a warm environment in the room...used during chilly winters)....on left of hamam, we hav d kitchen, n one bathroom...n on right of it, itz bedroom..in the second story u can see 3 doors which are three bedrooms which hav their attached bathrooms.... n there is a space for a library as u finish half stairs, which isnt in the pic..

view of the entrance lounge as seen from the small gallery over it



one more pic of my bedroom coming soon!!!!!

Posted by basit.andrabi at Sep 28, 2012, 2:29:05 PM
Re: My new KASHMIRI STYLE home
thats our Bedroom... (hope s.b likes it)


hd a lot of thinking to fit evrything in d little space i hd..n this d best i got...it hs a separate space for dressing which hs an attached bath..hd to give it a good space inorder to fit the bathtub in it.(least popular in kashmir bt unfortunately she hs grown used to this trend of wasting precious water.. :P biggrin
now opposite to the viewer u can see the glasdoor which opens to the balcony to hav fresh air..above which is the small gallery, where we reach through the stairs over wooden shelves...n the roof of the gallery is transparent...(she is fond of stars...mayb this bed is gonna shift there in future), till then itz my lab, as i hav to deal wid the electtronics a lot!! the wall on left hs smaal curvy stones embeded into it as per her like... n infront of d t.v is her small workshop for canvas painting..(she hardly can paint ny good, lol)


here is the view of a room from outside....


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