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geraldvcruz
 
Congratulations!!!
This truly is one of the best interiors in Podium (if not the best)
 
Nice compositions & color scheme.
Pls tell us more about this render. It looks flawless as far as lighting and shadows are concern. How did you achieve this?
 
Have we all missed a trick somewhere.... 
 
Keep it up
baadshah

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could u PLEASEEE tell us how u got the lights to works so nicely?? i am alwayz having problems with my enterior renders with lights...u could really help us thx very nice render

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hi guys, sori i cant post a detailed how-to right now, i kinda rushing something at
work right now, anyways, just to let you guys know, i lit up the room by using the
walls not visible in the view plane as the light source, yup, a whole wall of light,  but
i trimmed the wall below the ceiling line so that the ceiling would not reflect to much
light at the point of intersection between ceiling and wall....

baadshah

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pls when ever u get a chance we would love a quick tutorial or something along those lines to show you how u achieved that kinda result with your render...
artchung

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Gerald,
I wonder how long it took? & what size?
mind share some settings?
lrsuser

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...and did somebody already ask you how you did those light scallops?
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Artchung,
the output size was 1024x768, and it took a mindblowing 27 hours to
render! good thing i have a spare PC which i used while my work pc was
doing the crunching... you know what,  i think this is the big drawback for
podium right now, i mean, my officemate who is very proficient in 3D Studio Max
could render the same scene which i did at a much shorter time and with much
better and more realistic result.... i hope future versions of podium would
be much have better rendering times and the ability to pause and resume the
rendering process... so we all could just pause the rendering to go to work in the
morning and resume it after coming back home at night

artchung

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 i agree. this is the major problem for this plugin. once TBD fix the time issue, this plugin will flies.

baadshah

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we are all eagerly wating for a tutorial from you for interior render hope you get some time and post one quickly

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