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  • Nice video but….

    I basically stopped watching as soon as you setup ‘the’ view, are you telling me that you only ever produce 1 view of a model? Surely the client wants to see at least the sides let alone the back.

    Setting a nice 50ish deg fov is great but that assumes you can stand that far back without being inside another part (house, tree, car etc) of the model.


    This is one I did recently:

    It has 30+ houses and an apartment block, I had to get at least 3 views of each house(designer/client chooses best one for brochure), general street/site views and night renders, in total it came to over 50 renders and this week I’ll be doing a bucket load of short videos; again, from loads of different angles.


    Don’t get me wrong I did learn stuff from your video and ones you’ve done in the past, your presentation is good and I look forward to when you post one but I have to assume others here would love to learn how to properly light a ‘whole’ 3D environment and not just 1 view.


    I’m a good technical builder but my lighting (I think) sucks so I jump on anything like you videos in a hope to improve my skills, as soon as I see that the video is only lighting 1 view I sorta turn off as whilst the results are amazing I can’t apply it to anything I doing.

    I’ve done over 30 of these: https://www.tours.blockcpm.studio/lancaster-pk/tour/ and I’d love to learn how to better light a FULL room and not just 1 corner of it.


    Sorry if I come across as harsh, I really don’t mean too, I really do appreciate your and others work in trying to improve our skills.

  • Hello Paul!


    I definitely agree with your point and it's great feedback. I definitely agree with you. I have to implement this in future videos.

    This point definitely came across my mind but I though the video might come out a little too long, but now I think that it would've been worth it even if it was 3-4 minutes longer.


    I am still new to this whole Youtube thing and I am looking out for things I can improve all the time, so thank you.

  • Thanks for replying, I like what you’re doing and I genuinely look forward to seeing you popup in my yt timeline.


    I’m not sure how it’s done in YouTube but a lot of videos recently have chapter markers in the timeline and description, this way viewers can jump to chapters. This makes longer videos much more re-watchable as when I want to “watch the bit about wall lighting” for example I can quickly get to it.

    Here’s a good example, the vid is over 25mins but with chapter markers in both the timeline and description it’s easy to find the bit you’re after

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    Scale Architecture , while I certainly agree with the points Paul Russam made I still enjoyed the video as well - You have a new subscriber and I'm really looking forward to seeing your channel and expertise grow further in the future. :)

  • Made the video I mentioned above today:

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    This looks pretty good. You've set up the keyframes quite nicely and you have done a great job in the modelling.

    In my opinion the thing that needs the most work in the materials. They kinda seem flat and plain. But otherwise great job !