No one uses gutters here, and with the gravelly materials we have for soil and base, no drainage or water problems occur.The water coming off of those upper valleys is gonna be running fast and probably overwhelm those lower gutters.
Fireplace location seems odd too. Like it will be blocking view from a window perhaps? Rendering looks nice though, but I am just thinking it through to the build stage.
Nope. The top end is done in the abbreviated-eave shingle style seen all up and down the coastal areas of ME, NH, MA, CN, and NY. Hurricane Bill just cleared out, and if you have ever experienced a winter nor'easter there, it can seem worse than a hurricane.No eaves up top?
Rendering time depends on things such as the number of surfaces in the model, the lighting specifics, and the settings chosen for shadowing, anti-aliasing, and more.May I ask how long it takes you to render a house like that ?