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Zeus

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Hi~All
I’ve finished my long term vacation.
Actually I’m still a little bit lazy to move.
So I got to do something to wake myself up.
Here is a day scene with comfortable armchairs and some decorations come from Podium Browser such as wood-flooring,metal,leather,carpet,wall clock,background...etc.
In this case,the preset is 2_interior_bright_high_2_HDR.pps
No sun included but two LEMs which intentse is 10 outside of the windows.

Armchair-PIE.jpg 


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very very beautifel
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Superb !
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How come you chose the lems instead of using the sun?
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the LEMS helps with the soft lighting effect of the sun, nice render Zeus!
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the LEMS helps with the soft lighting effect of the sun, nice render Zeus!

Thanks for your great reply when I was sleeping.haha~


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This has a really nice ambience! Using LEMS instead of the sun is quite common in visualisation for overcast lighting.

The curtains have a really nice quality to them and seem to be almost slightly metallic. Have you tried making them translucent? It might not be the effect you were looking for however...

One improvement would be to elevate/separate your components vertically where they sit on other surfaces. The chair, steps, cupboard and skirting (base) boards would all benefit from 1-2mm of separation.

Apart from the fact that things like skirting boards always have small gaps under them because of workmanship tolerances and irregularity in timber elements, and the fact that furniture often has small pads under it to avoid scratching floors, it simulates the edge-rounding we see on pretty much everything, no matter how precisely engineered.

If we modelled things perfectly accurately, we would add these round edges everywhere but this would increase the poly count by perhaps 10 times and kill render speed. Creating these little gaps allows the contact shadows to be visible without adversely affecting render time.

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Hi,
A really good work and nice mood!

Can you please tell me where did you get the grey pillow that’s put in the armchair in the foreground? It looks like a real one, but I did not find such pillow in Podium Browser. Thank you.
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The gray pillow is not come from Podium Browser.

But I've saved it as a component share to all of you at the forum who are interested in.

Armchair.jpg Zeus

 
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Thanks Zeus!
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Thank you a lot for the component, it is very helpful! 

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