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Beef_Studios

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Hi All,

Ive been using SU podium for a while so I set myself up as forum member.
I will be posting as much stuff on here as I can for comments, tips and help 😋
Here is a little study project I've been working on.
Comments welcome.

Thanks,
B_S

Green Kitchen 1.jpg 

Green Kitchen 2.jpg 


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These are really nice renders [thumb]

I don't think the angle of the exterior image matches the camera angle, but the lighting is fabulous!

That bowl on the table - is that supposed to be glass? The settings aren't right. Try getting one of the new advanced glass components from the Browser and using that - it will make a big difference!

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Thanks bigstick,
I really appreciated the feedback.
Yeah, agree with you the angle on the background image, I will have a spin on current or drop in something different and whilst I'm doing that I'll have a play with the bowl material  😋 [comp] 

Thanks again,
B_S

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Very beautifu[thumb]

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I love it! The blurring on the 2nd is in PP?
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Beef_Studios

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Thank you all.
Yup, Arqcova, this was done in Photoshop, Gaussian blur [crazy]

Thanks

B_S

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This is really lovely! Hahah I involuntarily started shopping for cedar shelves immediately after seeing this.

By the way, I've seen your work on Instagram... you always have such appealing material combinations!

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and the instagram handle is??? 
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Beef_Studios

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Thank you JustinSlick [smile]
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These look great! Is it all done in Podium or any post work in Photoshop? And which floors did you use? thanks
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Beef_Studios - Do you mind if we feature your work on the Podium Facebook page?  If so, is https://www.beefstudios.com the best way to credit you (or would you prefer a social media link)?
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Hi Justin,

More than happy for you to feature my work. 

happy with https://www.beefstudios.com for credits.

Thanks again.
B_S

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Really nice website [wink]
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Hi,

A very nice render, I would agree with others comments about the background, plus your walls seem too thin and the windows could be more detailed.

I agree with Jim about your website, it is very good!

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