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    Iguzzini lighting-scene

    As part of a project we are doing with Iguzzini lighting I have created a scene incorporating some of their fittings. Feed back, especially on the lighting most welcome!

    Thanks Guys.
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    \\ is sparkling // Iain's Avatar
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    Excellent image M-X. The interior lighting is superb.
    It's unclear where the strong light on the slabs is coming from but it looks great overall.
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    wow wow wow

    amazing. it's a beautiful work. how did you do it?

    congrats,

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    Thanks, l rendered in lightwave but just a bit more photoshop work than I would normally allow myself.

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    That is GREAT! I love it!
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    Better and better. I love the atmosphere. Very well done.

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    Awesome stuff!
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    it's like in the movies!

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    Hi!

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    Yes. what render engine ?

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    Hi there, it is all modelled and as rendered in lightwave 9.6 and just general adjustments in photoshop.

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    perFect . i like it .

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    Great work. I really like the color choices.
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    wow, that looks great nice work!
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