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Hello to all

 

Please take a look and give me your feedback!

 

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ITS PERFECT. Add a number plate to the car tho, nice work, i like the overall feel. The vegetation is really convincing to me
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Looks good.  I would add A LOT of shadow underneath the car.  It seems that podium has trouble with shadows sometimes (under chairs, tables, ect.)  Other than that I think it looks good. 
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The shadow under the car is a perfect example of why sometimes you need the exterior high preset. Better indirect lighting and more accurate shadows are the real benefits. Good call, well-spotted [smile]
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Agreed, you need to use a better preset. Image looks quite flat to me, doesn't really pop.

Detail is good though.
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wow! it's true never saw that one! Thanks!

going to bake another one with the exterior high preset to see the outcome.

the issue here it's that I need to use the exterior vegetation preset for the grass (if I don't use it the vegetation preset it comes with black spots on the grass - that happen in other renders always)

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I use Exterior_QMC for that very reason. Takes longer but no black spots and a lot of depth.
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This was rendered with QMC, 1hr render time on my machine.

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cool! going to bake it tonight! Thanks!
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17 Hours later...

a different PP

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Big improvement! 

Just some further points;
 - Reflections in the windows, use 2d trees
 - Fences of both sides of the building with 2D trees behind

No pro, but tips from my experience.
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it's true the reflections help! thanks!

 

in that place, they don't use fences (only the perimeter wall on the left and back) and the background it's like that


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