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I FELL THAT THE PICTURE COLOR IS  NO COLORFUL BY NXT RENDERING.

I NEED THE PICTURE RESULT LIKE ATTACH FILES.

HOW TO GET RENDERING COLORFUL RESULT BY NXT ? 

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Is this colourful enough? Just play with the brightness and saturation sliders.

THANKS!

BUT THE COLOR IS Different IN  PICTURE OF  ARROW POINT TO .  AND NXT RENDERING COLOR IS NOT BEATFULER THAN  THE PICTURE OF ATTACH FILES.

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Maybe it would be a good idea to post some of your renderings (and if you want also the model you are trying to render) in which you aren't getting the colours you want. Most things are really achievable in nXt.

And yes, we are all hearing you :) , try to use normal letters instead of capitals. Capitals are understood as a LOUD VOICE (yelling) in written conversation on internet. :) Have a nice day.

Thanks, I see.

Yes, it would be great to get a sample model and also see your results.

Here is a quick try. I spent about 10 minutes making the materials and setting up the lights. No post processing, this is straight from nXt.

Its not the same Garret! Where is the furniture's label on the left???? :D :D :D

I tore it off!

I actually debated about putting that little tag on. Maybe I'll put it on if I ever render it again.

Okay, I couldn't leave work without adding the tag.

I would like to ask is what rendering engine, thank you.

LOL :D :D :D

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