Embassy of Australia

Here it is. The faculty magnum opus, the final project, the end of the board, before plunging into the ocean of being a full fledged grown up. Even though I am starting to believe that this term is just a myth.

As I was saying, my master thesis. It took way too long to finish, but it’s done now. The renders themselves took about two weeks to make, mostly due to all the details and the fact that I had to figure out how they were actually put together. I modeled about 95% of the scene, so apart from a few interior pieces, two ornaments and the plants, this is more or less the product of having some serious fun with the model (windows, I hate you all).

I am not completely happy with the images, I coould have put more time into adding more dirt and grime, I could have tweaked and corrected a couple of completely horrible materials and I could have made the colours feel more real – in some images especially. But time ran out and the renders themselves weren’t the focus of the project, they were a mere side product, so this is what I ended up with in the end.

I hope you enjoy the images and feel free to c&c.

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2 thoughts on “Embassy of Australia

    • I would opt for the kangaroo over the snakes personally. I’ll take that as a critic of the garden, and you’re right. I tried maging something a bit more red-sand-ish, but I just couldn’t make it look right. In the end, I ran out of time and made it a bit wilder and more lush, but it’s not what I wanted it to be.

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