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    #1

    bedroom

    Hello friends ... I present to you the work!
    3ds Max, Vray, PS

    Happy viewing..
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    #2

    Super real renders :-)
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    #3

    Great flare - what program did you use?
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    #4

    nice render ___________
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    #5

    Very Nice lighting effects! I think the light sources are very realistic. Congrats!
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    very nice result.....bravo
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    #7

    photoreal renders ))
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    #8

    clean, detailed renders. Like it
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    #9

    Thank you guys for the nice feedback ....
    ..My debut on the EVERMOTION

    Flash did with the help of third-party plug-ins in the PS.
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    #10

    Te first one looks like a magazine photograph! IT's amazing dude.
    Just wanna tell you something. Why there is no bump or disp. on the floor? I think that wood floors have some of that don't you? But it's really f**ng amazing that scene!
    Greetings!
    www.arqing.jimdo.com/renders
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    They are ok renders. Every plant in these renders looks very fake. They would be stronger without them, replacing them or trying to tweak them so they look softer and less jagged. Your cameras feel too high and the angles are very zoomed out on the last few images. Try a 35mm lens on the vertical shots and placing the camera 106 cm off the ground.
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    #12

    Thanks again for your comments friends.
    -Flooring, I did not have lasted, I agree!
    -Artificial flowers in a vase! ))
    -And about the camera I do not agree!! All filmed in Tokina AT-X 116 PRO DX AF 11-16 mm f/2.8 Canon!
    -Roxxxor - if you're an artist, try to forget about standards ... chustvovat try! instead of 106 cm from the floor!) .. no offense!
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    Gran trabajo! Ojala pudieras indicarnos algunos de los metodos utilizados para lograr tan buenos resultados... Great job! Amazing pics! Please tell us about the process, please, make tutorials
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    #14

    awesome! nice rendering,...beauty scene....great works, congrats!
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    #15

    Very Nice, please give some clue of lighting.thanx
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    #16

    great job, congratulations!
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    #17

    Do you guys ever consider clipping with your camera instead of super wide lenses with highly distorted edges? It makes for a much nicer final comp.
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    colors are harmonic.
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    "if you're an artist, try to forget about standards ... chustvovat try! instead of 106 cm from the floor!) .. no offense!" -grol69
    I agree with you Sir.
    Great works, love it & congrats!
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    color mapping used?

    great job
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