Amity School of Architecture and Planning
The Institute of Advanced Culinary arts will focus on teaching hotel management related to catering majorly. The main aim will be to teach different international cuisines as well as provide opportunity for the students to present it to the local public. It will provide a place where food preparation and enjoyment of food are integrated into the campus and with the surrounding local public.This would help bring international cuisines to the taste of public as well as will be a learn and earn…
If you use Lumion, it is advisable to use a real sky. It automatically raises the render level and photoreality.
Why not use more types of characters and models? It is not star wars clones wars i guess. It is always better to use more characters.
The camera has an unnecessarily low focal length. this makes it difficult to solve other compositions, because there is "too much" in the picture and the shapes are too deformed. The colors are unnecessarily saturated to my taste. It is good to use colors, most architectural presentations are unnecessarily desaturated, so then there is no need for an optically attractive, but it is not good to saturate colors so much.
It is good to avoid looking at a horizon that is empty. It is better to use a different focal length and focus on closer objects. This also raises the problem that much of the image is "graphically" uninteresting.
I appreciate this view, which shows the use of space. Using characters that do some activity is enjoyable. However, the view is unnecessarily focused on the ceiling, which is not optically interesting. The lights also lack the global illumination set in the effects. It is a good idea to assign a GI to each spotlight so that the light is reflected from the materials and thus illuminates the scene more realistically. The ceiling should never be dark and without a light gradient.
Here it would be clearly desirable to use the texture of 3D grass. It has existed in Lumion since version 4. It is also useless to give a climbing plant as a 3D model, it will unnecessarily load the graphics card and slow down calculations. It is better to use climbing plants from the library, or 3D material.
Most of your visualizations suffer from one small thing - the focal length. This can be easily fixed in a minute and will dramatically improve outputs. The second thing is to use old models and old versions of the program. I recommend requesting a newer edu version from your local representative.