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V_A_L

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Hey guys... I'm still alive just been busy with new years plans [biggrin]

Back to business [smile]

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Hey Val, that's a really nice looking image. I like the limited palette of monochrome and the warm timber. There seems to be something funny happening where the wall on the left meets the floor and ceiling. I think a skirting board at the floor junction would help this. Also I think the window frame would benefit from a little more detail. Looking good though.
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Lovely work Val! You need to give your walls, ceiling and floor thickness to eliminate the issues you have in the corners.

Although this is an excellent render, I expect more from you [wink]

Window catches, skirting boards, window cill, sockets on the splashback, less bump on the chair fabric, fix the acrylic on the mixer, doorknobs/pulls?

You've achieved 'good' with ease, little more effort required to reach 'epic' though... [thumb]

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@Woody - Thanks a lot pal! I saw the funny artifacts in the corners but never knew how to address it until now (Bigsticks comment above). Glad you like and thanks a lot for your CC. Appreciate it bro!

@Bigstick - Hahaha I know right. Sometimes I realize these things long after i've rendered and PP'd. Lol. Thanks for the tip re the ceiling and floor depth because I had  no clue that caused it. I actually did another render and experienced the same problem. Thanks a lot!!! I'm still learning as I go along and i've been exploring the intricacies of architecture on a whole (the finer details like the ones you mentioned above). 

I'm getting there... Keep an eye out [biggrin]


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