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Oscar

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This is one of my latest renderings. The new advanced glass produces a much better result than the previous materials. Before, the wine glasses and accessories on the dining table would have looked dark and opaque.

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Nicely done Oscar!

 

IMO some contact shadow on the cabinets and chairs would help a lot!


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its nice. id only recommend making it a bit sharper. Its seems blurry on my screen. 
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Nicely done Oscar!

 

IMO some contact shadow on the cabinets and chairs would help a lot!



Thank you. IMO contact shadow? Could you please elaborate? 
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its nice. id only recommend making it a bit sharper. Its seems blurry on my screen. 


Thank you. 

It was sharper originally but the version I posted is reduced quality. 
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IMO (In my opinion) contact shadows in every surface an item make contact has a tiny shadow 

taken from the PDF NatEllisPresentation on the library on Podium

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Contact shadows are generally created by lifting the object off of the ground (or object its resting on or touching) 1 or 2 mm. Its not physically accurate with floating objects but it adds to a realistic look at times. 
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