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I have this(bedroom view 11) clients wants this (photo 6) model (plan - copy) attached. help needed with materials and lighting, on wall, furniture and floor.

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I would certainly ditch the HDRI in this case. It's completely pointless.

20 minutes and 100 passes

Try it with the curtails. It is attached with the earlier post.

165 passes, Packet Tracer.


I think you are approaching the desired image Akinlolu. Let it cook some more... Also play with colour saturation a bit.

Still at it George, what I would really love is the muscle to be able to Path Trace it.  

It turns out that,  while all of the above is true, the biggest source of noise in this one is the small patch of bright direct sunlight on the floor.  Still needs a little work, but I'm making a lot of progress toward making this component of the lighting much faster to converge in most cases (5X ?).

Looking forward to this in the coming build.

I am looking forwards to this too - the more difficult lighting conditions, the better the aesthetical appeal....usually. When could we expect to have it?

Looks fantastic, I personally think the bad furniture takes away the beauty of the lighting and amazing floor texture.

you need run to do interior day light

It is an interior daylight situation, with sun and no artificial lighting. 




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