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Very nice sking! The noise in the internal shots is unfortunate, but you already know that! I've found render farms like the ranch and rebus farm really quick, easy and reasonably priced if you're stuck for render time... Love the plywood shelf shot, lovely materials.
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Very impressive renders, well done.
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Little observation on micro living ... as the houses get smaller, the cars get bigger
You would not by chance have a source on that nice plywood edge texture ?
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Exteriornight is a stunner! Into the gallery please. Even the car looks spot on (that usually is a giveaway in arch viz renders)
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Ehi Sking! Very nice work!!
I'm interested in what source and technique you used for the cars and the glasses!
Maybe, the trees could have been nicer in the first image
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Very nice renders, but the outdoor ones would be better with better trees (foliage).
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