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Well, there's a treat. And superior to so many videos of excellent digital models, in taking a slow pace and with long continuous shots. Thank you, Mr Beck !
Choosing to circumnavigate the house at, or just above, roof-fascia height turns out to have a distinct benefit for those seeking to comprehend the building's roof forms, and the composition of the whole. Very well done . . .
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The butterflies were a nice touch.
Modeled in SketchUp and rendered in Twinmotion.
Never heard of Twinmotion.
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A well done and intricate model, particularly the interior. As SDR noted, the pacing of the walkthrough is rarely done this well....there was time to see the spaces.
The fire in the fireplace was visually unsettling when walking by....might be best to keep the matches away from Peter.
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I also appreciate the slow pace. It would be especially useful for a house with complex volumes that we were less well-acquainted with, but the leisurely pace is very pleasant. Also, beginning and ending with the plan is a good idea others would be wise to follow.
John Robert Beck
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Thank you for the kind words. I could never have done it without Peter's help and guidance.
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Thank you for your hard work, John!