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mstumpo

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I have been away from SU and Podium for a bit and wanted to submit a few projects I am working on for your review and comment. These are all in progress and some tweaking is needed. Apartment2_15 2017-10-10 10411900000.png  BeachRoom_26 2017-10-11 09482400000.png  Condo_32 2017-10-13 12593000000.png  Living_Room_11 2017-10-10 21172600000.png  Not sure what happened with the fireplace. I have used it before without issues.
LivingRoom2_17 2017-10-16 12375400000_Shrunken.png  Loft_32 2017-10-05 10270100000.png

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Some really good stuff here - nice work!

Image 1 try using the HDR presets from here. Alternatively add a large low power LEM behind the camera.What is the floor material? Needs more definition
Image 2 the HDR preset should help improve this, needs some PP to make it pop
Image 3 nice use of HDR preset, maybe needs some pp. Try moving the stuff off the wall to improve contacts shadows, that clock looks like it is sealed to the wall! Move it away by 1-2mm. Tilt the pictures just a touch like they would hang in reality, and move them away from the wall slightly.
Image 4 Maybe some pp, and separate your objects where you expect to see contact shadows
Image 5 This is nice, but you appear to be missing a breakfast bar...
Image 6 There should be no refraction on that glass!



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bigstick,

Thanks for the feedback. I will take your comments into account and make some adjustments. As I stated, these are not completed images. Still have to finish the counter in the living room in image 5. The glass in the last image was just a test using the new glass material. I know it looks strange and will change that. Image 1 floor is carpet. Probably need to increase material size there.
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You don't need the new glass material for the balustrade. You only need that if you use refraction, and you don't need it here.
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