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    Quote Originally Posted by kowen1208 View Post
    I'd also consider putting something like a task light on each desk.
    Nope, boss will have me take those off there, as they are not part of the project and will not be on the desks when the project is done, meaning that every part of this render (up to the sprinkles) will be there IRL life too.

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    The green wall to the back-right is LOUD. Could be because of cloud rendering instead of local.
    Think that is indeed better when I render it local, but I will have to check.

    Quote Originally Posted by cellophane View Post
    The floor still looks like a sheet good and not a plank.
    Have a nice texture and a bump, just need to play with the settings a little on those.


    The spacing on the ceiling is as it should be, pretty close to eachother, so yes it does seem heavy at the back, but that is how it will look IRL as well I suppose.


    Anyway, thanx for the replies people, will do some more tweaking when there is time

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    Well the office project is done and did not do much render work at the office.
    I did however did a design of my own future kitchen. Tiny space so had to cramp stuff in there a bit.

    Still needs some decorations and colors here and there, but thats the start.
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    Just remembered I did a few a while back. It is mostly just the buildings and no surroundings, but still pretty nice I think
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    Where did you get the wood texture in the last image?!? I like!

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    I think it's an OOTB revit material. I use the same one for wood fences and gates.

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    It is called Wood-texture-by-yasse-inne-on-deviantart 01.jpg and I got it from Devianart, where it now is not anymore.
    But I still have it, see attached. No bumpmap though.
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    Well, another little ting I have been playing around with. Doing better grass as we speak and also the dirt needs to be a bit better. I'm guessing the transition between dirt and grass is something I would have to do in photoshop.
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    Looking good.

    The transition between the grass & dirt could be done a number of ways depending on what you want it to be. A border could be modeled pretty easily with a sweep or a few families.

    One question - what is going on with the glass under the arch (see attached?)
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    Well, I have glass that has a bit of a wobbly reflection, as the OOTB glass reflects everything straight and I usually don't like that and IRL that does not happen either. I agree this might be a bit much. Then again I use the same glass at the other elevations, so maybe this is becasue I have a glass wall on the inside too and the reflections is a bit weird because of that??

    Quote Originally Posted by cellophane View Post
    The transition between the grass & dirt could be done a number of ways depending on what you want it to be. A border could be modeled pretty easily with a sweep or a few families.
    Don't think there will be an actual border there, just the grass going over into dirt where the grape vines grow.
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    Hmmm... That glass bump looks familiar...

    http://therevitkid.blogspot.com/2013...change-to.html

    I would turn down the bump a tad... It does have the ability to get out of control!

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