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Hi All,

Just wanted to share a quick test render I did of a model I downloaded from humanalloy.com (no affiliation). The models looked very good so I thought I would try out the free basic one and see how it rendered in podium. 

Thought I would share it here, I created a very basic, very quick scene to put the figure in some sort of context, all podium browser models and materials. Applied some very basic PP (a little depth of field and vignetting)
Let me know what you think:

   3dbasic_human_test_pp.jpg 
3dbasic_human_test2_pp copy.jpg 

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I think it looks really decent! Thanks for sharing!

Cool Render! nice background! [comp]


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It looks good but expect the render time to increase significantly. 
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Maybe using the plugin clean3 in the 3D person will help with that?
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Thanks Andres!

jlo I know, I wouldn't populate a complex scene with dozens of people, but I can see the usefulness of one or two in an interior scene. These renders, with exterior default settings took about 4 minutes each.
Here is the non edited version:

3dbasic_human_test 2017-12-06 13493600000.jpg 

And the model info via podium analyzer:
Screen Shot 2017-12-06 at 4.27.47 PM.png 

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There are some decent people in the sketchup warehouse as well... fyi
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I’ve been using the free ones from axys.com. After looking at their stock I was able to scour a few more from the warehouse. They work well.
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