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urbanjourney

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Here's my latest - it's a promo campaign for another designer so it's meant to have a lot of darkness and moodiness to it for eventual text overlay. The somewhat "non realistic" composition is deliberate and more in line with an editorial style or advertising style.
What i was super impressed with was the glass bowl material that Bigstick was generous enough to share with everyone in Tips and Tricks (I also used this on my last render) - It's so good so Big Thanks Bigstick!

My settings also attached for reference.

Norway look interior 2017-06-07 16173700000.jpg  Settings.jpg 

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This is amazing, you are constantly setting the bar for interior renderings I think! The best interiors I've seen with Podium has been yours, good work!
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Wow this looks fabulous! Great job! Composition and lighting is excellent!

And yeah, this got to be Podium's finest thin glass work yet! [smile] - Do ou have caustics on? Is that what we see on the ground?

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This is amazing, you are constantly setting the bar for interior renderings I think! The best interiors I've seen with Podium has been yours, good work!


Thanks for the feedback....constantly learning, trying to improve and explore different methods and feelings.

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Wow this looks fabulous! Great job! Composition and lighting is excellent!

And yeah, this got to be Podium's finest thin glass work yet! [smile] - Do ou have caustics on? Is that what we see on the ground?


Cheers Nick - no caustics on - settings are published in the second image.
I wouldn't have found the fabulous glass settings unless Bigstick published it - that's what i love about this forum - so much open support and collaboration!
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love it! thanks for sharing!
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More of your fabulous work [thumb]

May I add this to the gallery please?

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love it! thanks for sharing!


Thanks!
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More of your fabulous work [thumb]

May I add this to the gallery please?


Sure thing, that'd be cool.[smile]
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Love it! excellent work again! the bar has been raised [smile] 
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Wow, this is awesome!
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Great work, very nicely staged.

The colours and and lighting are very subtle!

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