Looks nice, most I like the mood of the first image. At the white image it looks like the wall bump is inverted - or is it right that the mortar is higher than the brick? (It's difficult to build but some times I have seen this too.)
This is great! If I could make one suggestion, try and find a higher quality tree proxy to use. I think the tree just takes me out of it because its as low poly as it is. PM me I have some that I would be happy to share.
Looks nice and certainly feels like London you could place a curtain or two behind random windows to break the symmetry.
Thanks for the feedback!
Micha - I played around with the bump, often late Georgian/early Victorian pointing is flush or proud as it is a bit rough.
I did add a subtle recess to the latest version on my website.
Ted - I didn't want to spend an age in post - a high quality tree rpc would be SO amazing, please point me towards this!
Thomas - you are right - my ideal final pass would be shutters, curtains and dirt, leaves etc for the pavement.
Hello, are you based in London? Your design was clean and crisp, we are looking for an architect with experience of Enscape and Grade II listed buildings.