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The idea was to use a restored cloister to integrate a loft. This is based on a reproduction of a cloister here in Liège, a place where I like to go from time to time and I can see myself living in such a peaceful place.
My favorite is the b&w , very photographic look... very good job on the modeling however when I look on the interior scenes the DOF setting make me feeling the furniture looks like in doll house from the photographer eye to strong DOF for the types of scene , the focal should be not greater as 35 mm and best would be around 27 but it looks like above 150-200 mm what is more for Portrait scenario
regarding to the carpet , how you get displacement maps rendered in Octane ? or is that high resolution model ? as it look very authentic