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Mike53
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New Build.

Here are some images of a new project. The inside is not done yet so this is the outside and some detailing.

Footings



Damp Coarse



Ground floor



Timber framing



Ceilings



fascias and soffets



Roofs



Finally the front, following Cec's excellent tutorial



I have made a few tweaks since some of these were made, they will show later.

Feel free to comment, advice is always welcome.

Mike
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Re: New Build.

Hi Mike53,
I simply love and appreciate very much the images that show how the house is growing starting from the basement! Good work and hope to see the interiors soon!

Best Regards,
AdeleAlli
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Re: New Build.

I love seeing how the detailed construction is being erected (and ! love the front-shot) smile

This is solid work, Mike!

Cec
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Re: New Build.

Thank you Cec
Thank you Adele, your build got me thinking about it.

As for interior :- here are 2 of the bathroom.

I removed the shower screen for this render.


and 1 had to remove a wall to get this shot


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Re: New Build.

Yes, very interesting way of "building" and great result. How many bedrooms, at the end?
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Re: New Build.

Hi VeroniQ
Thank you for the comment.
here are the floor plans.

Ground Floor


1st floor


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Re: New Build.

The garage floor is actually below the damp coarse level of the house. As you will see in the following image i have used a floor texture to represent a sealed/waterproof finish which curves and continues up the wall 300mm.



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Re: New Build.

A few images of the kitchen now :-









After seeing these i noticed a few little tweaks were needed, floating handles mainly, structurally i increased the amount of "return" on the wall with the large hatch, this is to give sufficient surface to support a lintel, changed the doors and drawer fronts to shiny and most importantly modified the island to incorporate a stool, now "she that shall be obeyed" has somewhere to sit whilst working hard - waiting for the dish washer to finish.
For this final image i changed the setting to Gloss and following Cec's and OK's very interesting discussion about settings you will see that this render was taken at 9 AM with the moonlight streaming through the north facing windows. It took nearly 8 hrs on my little PC, but i am quite pleased with it.




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Re: New Build.

It's so cool seeing this process of building the house, Mike! And the bathroom e and kitchen are very well done, how do you make this kind of spot lights in the bathroom ceiling? It seems to work pretty good for lighting a room :)
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Re: New Build.

Hi Tommo
The spotlight i use i got from a file that i think Cec shared some time ago in a bathroom file, i'll dig it out and post a link.
I usually set it to about 5% and position a light source approx 200mm dia. below it, height and power of the source varies with what i am trying to achieve.
As the lamp is a light source i cannot import it to the library, i just keep it in a file that's handy and copy/paste whenever i need it.
Mike
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