October 02, 2012, 03:31:27 am
As a whole I think it is very unusual. I would give you high marks for effort. Depending on your equipment it could be daunting. There are some good shots in places and not so good in others but it depends on whether you are looking at the model or the Lumion work.
Modeling such a large and somewhat complex space takes many hours and sometimes the details are left out for lack of the sheer energy required to finnish. You took on a big challenge.
The closer a person gets to the ground with there shots, the more detail is required. You did a good job in most cases of taking a good camera angle or focal length to avoid giving away too much.
There are many things I could tell you but my best advise is to get down to the street. Look at the way things exist in real life....curbs, roads, etc. How is the grass cut?, how does it meet the curb...or the sidewalk. How do the sufaces in real life blend with one and other. What combination of modeling/texturing do I need to make these things join natually.
The best way to practice this is to start small...like a simple street intersection. Go look at one nearby...come back to the drawing board and make a duplicate of what you saw.....
Cheers!....keep up the good work!