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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Deurloo View Post
    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??
    Gotcha. It seems a bit extreme but I like the direction you are heading with the concept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRevitKid View Post
    Hmmm... That glass bump looks familiar...

    Rendering Tip - A Simple Material Change to Add Realism | TheRevitKid.com! - Tutorials, Tips, Products, and Information on all things Revit / BIM

    I would turn down the bump a tad... It does have the ability to get out of control!
    Yep that's the one, thanx for that, it makes it look a lot better

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    My pointer would be to add environment items if you can. Especially a "ground" with some type of material. Everything goes into account when rendering, and HDRI isn't available in Revit (that I know of) which is a way of cheating, but not really, but kinda.

    An example was an old project of mine that I did in AutoCAD. I simply added a plane to this 3D model and it added a lot of realism simply in adding an environment so light/shadows could absorb and diffuse light more accurately. The images are the exact same - the only difference is adding a plane underneath. I've found doing this to buildings helps as well. Also, soften the shadows up where there's falloff/attenuation. I see very hard shadows in some renders.




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    Better gravel, better grass and better glass
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails My renderings-3d-view-7-7.jpg  

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Deurloo View Post
    Better gravel, better grass and better glass
    Looking good!

    Is your grass a texture you found or is it one you created?

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    Not really good at creating textures, so I did find this one. But it looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Deurloo View Post
    Not really good at creating textures, so I did find this one. But it looks good.
    Mind sharing where?

    In the interest of being fair - I like Textures.com quite a bit (formerly CGTextures.com) Textures for 3D, graphic design and Photoshop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cellophane View Post
    Mind sharing where?

    In the interest of being fair - I like Textures.com quite a bit (formerly CGTextures.com) Textures for 3D, graphic design and Photoshop!
    Sure: http://www.revitforum.org/rendering-...html#post53942
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    Arroway Textures. Just remarkable.

    https://www.arroway-textures.ch/

    test resolution samples are free.
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    Been a long time since I posted anything in here, so here goes.
    Working on my own livingroom a bit. So far it is just the back wall with the wooden sidings, all the other stuff is either what I have in my living room right now, or is something I have been playing around with and will change for sure.

    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails My renderings-woonkamer-03.jpg  

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