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Nick00

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Hello everyone, 

We are starting a new tutorial series. The goal is to take user submitted files and renders, and make a tutorial on how to improve. Kind of a before and after thing with your renders/models. You can read the first one here!

So if you have scenes you can't genuinely get better and wish to know how, please post you render here or email them to me. I'll choose one each month and make a tutorial.

You can also post any questions, topic suggestions about the tutorials here!

Thanks all!

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Ho Ho Ho !
Good idea Maître érudit [idea].
I post this picture already on an other post, but... mieux vaut deux fois qu'une.
I have problems with aliasing (look at the table).
Perhaps this could be somethink for a tutorial.
Thank you.

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Thanks! [smile]

Put a bit more more love into the kitchen design (research some pictures on the web if you need inspiration of reference) and this would be a good model for a tutorial!

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Nick is there any thing in my renderings I can improve on maybe with light or textures. How can I make them more realistic. FEVER 1.jpg  FEVER 3.jpg 
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Agreed. Great idea. I actually read the firtst tutorial and I realized that this type of refresh is always a good idea. I'm going to apply it point by point on a personal exterior render this week and see how much time I invest and look at the before and after renders. Thanks!
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Thanks JF,

Paul, we can definitively improve this.  If you sent me the model to my email address, I could make the next exterior tutorial with yours! 

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Hello Nick,

My goal is to make as natural as possible lit interior renders. But I'm always struggling with the balance between artificial lights and 'natural' sunlight. Thus far I picked up a lot of tips here about Round Corners, placing objects free from the surface, reflections, grass and many more. I want to use as little as possible artificial lights.
So I love the tutorials here on SU Podium! And I really liked the article about Interior Rendering from you. Thanks for that!   http://suplugins.com/podium/tutorials/nick-tut-chris.php

I had to take over a real time project, it's a 'small' bathroom with a separated shower and toilet. The chosen color pallet was concrete look walls en floor, dark oak furniture and black windows. In the effort to show more then just an odd corner of the bathroom, I removed walls to get a look at the shower and bathroom. The cut-through wall I made black. After many test renders I came up with this result. So now I'm wondering if there is still room for improvement?

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Hey there, that a nice scene! There's always room for improvement, but I wanted for some time to do a tutorial using only LEM as both artificial and "natural light".  Would you like that? (you would not have a background behind the window..
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