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    Livingroom

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    40 min. rendertime

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    nice ! really good lighting



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    I really like it! Nice and clean renders.



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    Thank you.



  6. #6
    Fantastic work! Love the lights and materials!
    How did you do the stitching on the edge of the sofa's cushions?
    Originally Posted by ArcHWiZ View Post
    40 min. rendertime

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    Thank you.
    They are just two extra edges scaled in with Alts+S.

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    And what about the crossed thread for the sewing? (Is the part i'm interested in)



  9. #9
    There is nothing more, just the fabric texture with the model above.



  10. #10
    Ok thank you!!
    P.s. Do you know a good website where i can download good fabric texture for a sofa ? (I need it for a university exam)



  11. #11
    They have good textures.
    https://www.poliigon.com/



  12. #12
    Very good job! 40 min render time? What are you PC specs? Is there any tricks in the scene configurations? Thank you



  13. #13
    I have one GTX 1080. No real tricks, just the normal stuff. The Light is just one HDR+ Light Portals + very subtle Ambient Occlusion.



  14. #14
    Really nice results! How many windows are in the room?



  15. #15
    3 Windows. 2 on the right and one parallel to the sofa.



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    Very good job... Spectacular lighting
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  17. #17
    Nice.

    Have you used the PBR Material setup ?

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  18. #18
    Good job man! Cycles render is having its say ! ! !



  19. #19
    Originally Posted by Alain View Post
    Nice.


    Have you used the PBR Material setup ?


    No i dont use PBR Shader, i use rlly simple and basic materials.




    Originally Posted by hmd View Post
    Good job man! Cycles render is having its say ! ! !
    Thanks.



  20. #20
    Well done! Here you can see that even without PBR you can achieve quite believable results with simple shader setups. Nice work!



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