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Hi guys,

I'm usually designing outdoor spaces but finding i'm being asked more and more to visualise interiors for other designers to use as their own promotion or to demonstrate to clients. Here's 3 that i did recently that are cropped down for social media use. There are definitely things to improve (i've use no round corners on these) so will welcome any feedback. They've been generated with a large window either in the scene or out of view, Podium Sky 2 with mid Intensity sliders. Getting the right feeling with the lighting, both natural and artificial has been the biggest challenge.Bathroom Sample FINAL CROP.jpg  Kitchen Sample FINAL 2017-05-16 07064300000.jpg  Interior Sample - Final 1, Crop 1.jpg

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i absolutely love those pictures ! Specially the third one is stunning with a beautiful lightning...
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These are lovely renders, lighting, detail and textures are all spot on.

I would have to be very picky to suggest any improvements.

Thanks for sharing, hope to see more!

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Thanks for the feedback Kochmichi86.  Natstar stoked to hear this given your level of work [smile]
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Very nice! nice shadows on the third
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Dear. God.

These are fantastic! Image 2 looks like a photo apart from the glass.
Use the glass settings I posted in the TT&T thread. That will give you proper glass.

The third image is really nice, but that junction with the ceiling is problematic. Even if it were a shadowgap (which you almost never see) the recess wouldn't be black, it would be the same colour as the wall.

The first image is really good, but there is so,thing odd with the lighting. The junction between the left hand wall and ceiling has little in the way of shadows. Possibly a little over-lit.

However I'm being picky. You know this, but you've put so much effort into achieving perfection, that I think you'll take these comments in the spirit they are intended [wink]

Great stuff, very nearly gallery- worthy [thumb]

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Dear. God. These are fantastic! Image 2 looks like a photo apart from the glass. Use the glass settings I posted in the TT&T thread. That will give you proper glass. The third image is really nice, but that junction with the ceiling is problematic. Even if it were a shadowgap (which you almost never see) the recess wouldn't be black, it would be the same colour as the wall. The first image is really good, but there is so,thing odd with the lighting. The junction between the left hand wall and ceiling has little in the way of shadows. Possibly a little over-lit. However I'm being picky. You know this, but you've put so much effort into achieving perfection, that I think you'll take these comments in the spirit they are intended [wink] Great stuff, very nearly gallery- worthy [thumb]


Thanks Bigstick! As always, appreciate the time of everyone to look it over and provide great feedback. I'll work on some changes as suggested and repost when done.

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Very nice!
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Here's an update on the kitchen image - I've amended the glass settings as mentioned by bigstick
Kitchen Sample FINAL.jpg 

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That is impressive. Very nice work!
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This is truly Epic, one of the best render i've seen in a while! - This is will make a fine addition the the gallery [smile]
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Fabulous!
May I add this to the gallery please?

Actually, there is still a tiny bit of room for improvement if you left everything off the horizontal surfaces by 1mm or so to improve contact shadows [wink]

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Fabulous!
May I add this to the gallery please?

Actually, there is still a tiny bit of room for improvement if you left everything off the horizontal surfaces by 1mm or so to improve contact shadows [wink]


You totally can! Thanks for your feedback bigstick and for running such a great forum. I find it so uplifting that there are so many talented members here so willing to share their knowledge.
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Fabulous!
May I add this to the gallery please?

Actually, there is still a tiny bit of room for improvement if you left everything off the horizontal surfaces by 1mm or so to improve contact shadows [wink]


Actually, i usually make a habit of disconnecting everything from the horizontal by 1-2mm. All the plates and glasses in the top have been set up like that but appears the stuff on the bench i missed....good pick up.[smile]
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