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artlantis

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Hi again [smile]

This is a development of the swing girl scene [smile] No post pro, except a few speckles to hide. The lighting is natural, no added sky portal light sources. Settings as usual: interior high, sun and exposure in the mid. Render time 15 mins.  CC are welcome [smile]

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This has a lovely feel about it!

Only problem areas for me are the balustrade and the glass. You can't fix a timber capping like that on a frameless glass handrail, and the way you have modelled them means that it's another impossible glass handrail [tongue]
For the glass, try using black/charcoal as your base colour, with D0/T90/R10

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Thanks for the critics, Jim. I made a few adjustments. Hope now is a bit better [smile]

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Thanks for the critics, Jim. I made a few adjustments. Hope now is a bit better [smile]

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The handrail is better, but it needs to be at least 30mm thick, otherwise you can't fix the support brackets to it properly.

Both glass balustrades will be a maximum of 15mm thick, and will be made of sections around 1.5m long [smile]

The glass is better [smile]

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What did you do for the glass on your coffee tables? [smile] 
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Nothing special. Just took the sketchup standard glass material, changed the colour nuance. The supodium mateial parameters are: diffuse 18, transparency 51, reflection 19. Refraction not changed. I do not thik the glass material i obtained is very convincing, but all is errors and trials [smile] 
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