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hello to all
I'm doing my first render interior, I wanted some advice from you, how to improve the lighting and views.

Hello and thanks for the answers

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And here are wooden ones.

akinlolu olugboji said:


Here are some leather materials to start with.
roberto sacchetti said:

I think now it's much better. keep in mind that I did make only 15 passed and the resolution is 800x600;

now I'm going to fix the bedroom, the bathroom, etc. .....

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My take on this is that you focus for now on one source of lighting, either external lighting or artificial one. If external tag your window glasses as light portals. Artificial lights tend to be sharper and renders faster then sourcing lights for the sun and sky. 

roberto sacchetti said:

I think now it's much better. keep in mind that I did make only 15 passed and the resolution is 800x600;

now I'm going to fix the bedroom, the bathroom, etc. .....

The lighting is beginning to look more natural.

You need to work on the materials now.

roberto sacchetti said:

I think now it's much better. keep in mind that I did make only 15 passed and the resolution is 800x600;

now I'm going to fix the bedroom, the bathroom, etc. .....

hello guys;

thanks to your help I managed to get a good job!

is not yet as good as your work, but we're almost there.

I'll post some pictures

now more and more difficult, the customer said if you can have video! I said yes!

let's see what I can do

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