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    Looks good man!

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    With planar reflection

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    reflections on frames are super cool! how did you do this with planar reflection prop or with box reflection prop?

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    Thanks for all comments. Our new inspiration! 360 view



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    Great work and inspiration. Cheers.

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    Deathrey thanks for advice.

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    Amazing work indeed.
    There is definitely something wrong with glass though.(Vase, Wine glasses).
    Also towels that are lying on the plates are looking somewhat off in closeup shots. Maybe it is lack of AO or overly strong SSR, or the fact that model is lying down unnaturally, or all mentioned combined.

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    Fantastic work.The art of perfection.

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    Great Job!
    What are his lightmass settings?
    Thanks!

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    amazing job. Could you please share the code to do that?

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    I used koola's lightmass settings and areal spotlight lighting.

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    Awesome rendering!

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    Looks great. l like your camera work and that you choose evening light for the outside.

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    Very nice work!

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    Great work ...can you explain how you have done this please ???

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