could I use it for our cataloge page?
looks like a radiosity render, how are you getting it to be so grain free.
what level of antialiasing are you using?
how many polys for the scene.
just some tech info i'd like to know
when i buy my own house i will do this design at living room
Great job, by the way. I like the binds and the lines in the lights.
Such a great job. x)
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Thanks for sharing and I hope to see you again sometime, Sven.
I am in awe. *-*
BUT I like the final result as a whole, stylish, great realism, good angle of the sunlight - indicates that the sofa and the table are the most important pieces of furniture in this room.
I love the simple colors and the design of the furniture. So cool ; v ;
That's so fucking alluring, I cannot do anything against adding you render to my favorites!
Congrats on the DD.
This is just perfect ! I love it and just how I want my living room
White is kinda risky but LOVE IT !!
Gr8 one !!
I have some things that would help sell the believability of the scene and hope I do not offend by sharing. If you rotate the pillow 90degrees after duplicating, it would look less like the same model used throughout and takes hardly any work at all. Also, if you change the blinds ever so slightly, or make one blind in four a slightly different angle or something like that, it would sell the scene in a huge way. Right now it looks like one blind duplicated vertically to make a column and then a column of blinds duplicated horizontally.
Imperfection sells realism, and those very, very nit-picky things aside, they're the only things that tell me this isn't an actual photograph of a lovely home. Very well done.