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    Talking My Final Render

    Hello

    This is the first post for me

    i hope you like it
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails My Final Render-1.jpg   My Final Render-2.jpg   My Final Render-3.jpg   My Final Render-5.jpg   My Final Render-6.jpg  

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    Looking good!

    The one thing that jumps out at me is the lighting in the night shot. Your lights all seem to be a little too intense. The exterior bollards shouldn't have a hotspot that intense and the interior is crazy bright as well. Tone that down a little and they are great renderings imo!

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    Excellent use of the Revit renderer. Mullions do not appear to divide the glass -- suggest to make them deeper.

    You can randomly rotate identical trees and they will render with more variety.

    What are the material settings on the Glass material?

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    Nice - well done

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    Thank you my friends cellophane i agree with you but the render in night is the first time for me i will improve it next time

    truevis i did not change the sittings of glass i is normal [/CENTER]
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    @dw4h

    Hi. Good job !
    May you say to me where did you get your false ceiling Revit object we can see on the last picture ?
    See U

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    Quote Originally Posted by podera80 View Post
    @dw4h

    Hi. Good job !
    May you say to me where did you get your false ceiling Revit object we can see on the last picture ?
    See U
    It's a regular ceiling....use sketch instead of automatic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by podera80 View Post
    @dw4h

    Hi. Good job !
    May you say to me where did you get your false ceiling Revit object we can see on the last picture ?
    See U
    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    It's a regular ceiling....use sketch instead of automatic...

    Thank you All

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    I like the last interior shot but try this tip: Revit Tutorial - Show Lights Turned On in Renderings | TheRevitKid.com! - Tutorials, Tips, Products, and Information on all things Revit / BIM

    Wait until you see how much it changes the look of that one rendering.

    Also, for that night rendering with the nuclear explosion lights... try using Exterior: Sun and Artificial and then set the sun to something like 2 AM.

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    Can you help me with an interior rendering? I am trying to render interior and sun lighting but it renders super dark. Any suggestions?

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