Its too unrealistic. As its been stated in other threads, you shouldn't be bending pipes around obstacles that don't exist. Occasionally, yes,
you'll find some realworld examples, but its generally the result of decades of building additional pipes and having to bend them around existing pipes (some of which may at a later date get removed, but usually not--my basement is like this with electrical wires). But this pipe
isn't going around anything and is just zig-zagging willy nilly.
There's really no need to replicate the wall you removed with pipping (but if you want to, it'd be best to have the pipes run strait across the opening).