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    Advice on improving this 3D Presentation

    Hello all! Attached is a 3D perspective render view of a current project we are working on. I would love to have C&C's on how to improve the presentation. This is a simple Photoshop ensemble of fusing a Wireframe and Rendered View together and I really like how it turned out. Anyways, thanks in advance to all who contribute!
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    Could use some more light on the rendered side
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    I like the look you're going for - but I'd like to see more use of masking to differentiate between the elements that need to be rendered, and those elements that would look good in wireframe - i.e. "hidden" objects as wireframe, clearly-in-view objects, rendered (specifcally, the first items left most of the shot) - it's fairly easy to set your masks up in Revit with solid black surface pattern overrides (then export that image out, same size, to PS).

    Other than that, your lineweights could do with some tweaking - they're all a little chunky - and potentially some might look better reversed to be white.
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    I did change the lineweights. I globally changed everything to a 1 lineweight and I like those results much much better.

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    Here are the final outputs. I didn't have time to monkey with the brightness but maybe at a later time. I do agree it needs it a bit more. And obviously these aren't "renders" but a Rendered Visual Style is all.
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    I certainly like the third one best because the (or at least brightness of the) white surround "lifts" the image - the others feel, as Micheal noted earlier, a little gloomy still.

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    Very nice work! Cool approach.
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    I like it, is it the world's biggest slushie machine?

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    I think I've shared these before - but I'm sure Trevor won't mind me sharing them again.
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    Snowy,
    Can you describe how these were produced?
    Would really like to know.
    Cheers

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