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- Sat Jan 18, 2020 6:20 pm
- Forum: Work in Progress
- Topic: modelling a room with accurate lighting
- Replies: 6
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Hello, and welcome to the forums! I'm guessing that the website the image links to is where you got the IES files? The rendering is pretty good as far as lighting goes, altho I would either reduce the exposure so that the bloom from the outside isn't as overwhelming, or close the curtains so you can...
Only a 2 glass window actually (modelled after the windows in my house), but you do get 3 reflections for some reason. Well, irl it's 3 bright and 2 slightly dimmer reflections so 5 in total. Not sure how that all works out though
Looks pretty good! :clap: Only thing that stands out is that it looks a bit washed-out, not sure if that's intentional? I would also add some spotlights under the top cabinets, to light up the countertop a bit. I'll look for a marble texture if I have one. Edit: Have you checked this one? https://ww...
I really haven't posted here in a good while.. time to change that! :whoot: This time it's a rather simple scene, put it together in just one evening, that shows well.. seemingly working portals? How could this work? Well.. telling you right away would be no fun, so I'll see if anyone can figure it ...