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    Condo Interior

    Here is a personal project I did a couple months ago for fun. All rendered in Lightwave 2018.

    https://roundme.com/tour/356445/view/1207613/
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    Cool! But I don't see a sink.
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    Curmudgeon in Training Ma3rk's Avatar
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    That looks quite nice. You make the assets as well or acquire as needed?
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    Looks lovely, though the ceiling looks a bit odd without any soft reflections, the lighting does look weirdly even too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Parsons View Post
    Cool! But I don't see a sink.
    There is one but I guess I didn't pay much attention to it when setting up the view. It's hiding behind the flowers on the island.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ma3rk View Post
    That looks quite nice. You make the assets as well or acquire as needed?
    All the assets are from various places. Some from purchased libraries and some found free online. Spent plenty of time prepping stuff though since most of it had to be converted from various formats and sometimes fixed or cleaned up a bit. The only asset I modeled myself was the dining table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicolas Jordan View Post
    There is one but I guess I didn't pay much attention to it when setting up the view. It's hiding behind the flowers on the island.
    I don't see the sink in the 360.
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    Looks nice. I would spend more work on the brick texturing and walls/ceiling/misc other objects sharp corners, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicolas Jordan View Post
    Here is a personal project I did a couple months ago for fun. All rendered in Lightwave 2018.

    https://roundme.com/tour/356445/view/1207613/
    Beautiful work, sweet as!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicolas Jordan View Post
    All the assets are from various places. Some from purchased libraries and some found free online. Spent plenty of time prepping stuff though since most of it had to be converted from various formats and sometimes fixed or cleaned up a bit. The only asset I modeled myself was the dining table.
    I know that tune. Doing the same thing from some Daz assets I've picked up over the years. They export ~ 98.7% successfully now, but some things need massaging. Mostly instanced items sometimes get confused, parented wrongly, that sort of thing. Using OD Tools to resurfacing but even that needs TLC. I might check out Octane in the near future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayek View Post
    Looks nice. I would spend more work on the brick texturing and walls/ceiling/misc other objects sharp corners, though.
    Agree...very nice room and arrangement though, the dinner table wood looks too thick though, if not intentional, and the carpet next to the tv set is quite thick as well, and some rounding of sharp corners could perhaps enhance it more.

    Nice stuff anyway.

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