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Showcase your glassblocks

Let me start with mine...


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Re: Showcase your glassblocks

Hi,

where did you find such windows? I tried to use glass boxes and a blurred window to realize it but without success.
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You can get the glassblocks here: http://www.sweethome3d.com/support/forum/viewthread_thread,8727#39746
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Re: Showcase your glassblocks

Thank you for the link.

And here is mine, a bathroom. Let me know what you think about it; I will be happy if you can give me some suggestions to resize the glass blocks in such a way to obtain a good result in rendering it because I do not like it very much. I tried many times but without success.

Bye

Natural day lights (rendering 4 PM)



Internal lights (rendering 10 PM)


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Hi rontant,

I think that the problem was that I rescaled the glassblocks without the "keep proportions" option selected while modifying them.
I was able to create this living room:



Later I will repost the bathroom with the right proportions of the glassblocks.

Thank you for this post, I like creating rooms with this kind of glassblock.

Have a nice day
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Glad you figured out the resizing things.

I noticed you hang a picture frame on the glass blocks. How are you going to do that in real life? :)
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Hi rontant,

I adjusted the glassblock of the bathroom, here it is:



Regarding your question about the painting, I was inspired by this living room found on the web, so if they have succeeded, it means that it could be done :).



In real life I would do it, for example, leaving the wall behind the painting so that it could be placed, and therefore not using the glass blocks on that point. I think that it should not be evident that they are not present because of the presence of the painting. In the project that I have posted, I have not used this technique because it is quite complex to do it with Sweethome3D.

In case of the picture of the living room I found in the web, I think that they used some kind of scotch tape to do that :).

Bye
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To have a better idea, this is what I tried to explain before:


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My version of bathroom with glass blocks
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My version of bathroom with glass blocks
Hi rontant,

The ground in marble is awesome.

Is it a new texture ?

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