AccuRender nXt

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Small bathroom. Model: Blender 3D. Render: Blender Cycles. 1200X2000 2h10min on GPU Radeon 7970.

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Apart from the angle of the camera, I love it, especially the lighting. I must say the width of the glass door is rather big.

Thanks Akin. The width of the opening is 55cm, rather marginally narrow for me (as I have my kilos :) ).

The camera angle is unfortunately too wide and distorting, as the room is absolutely tight.

nice one george

Here is one another attempt, minor changes made on this. Somehow I like this one more than the original.

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