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    That's just beautiful. Cheers and keep up good work!

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    Wow! the design is fantastic and it only took you a week?! You have such great talent (--)

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    Incredible work, especially considering you learned it in one week. Nice job. =)

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    Originally posted by sterne View Post
    Hi alexWang...It was a sudden request by a possibloe client to prepare a demo...so I had to rush it to do everything in a week...it was my first time using ue4...i was only experimenting before with an empty room on how to create a vray style interior light
    Hi Sterne,
    Thank you for your reply. I'm very like your demo, I'm new to learn UE4, could I buy UE model? it's avalable ?
    Thank you. I've sent a private message too.

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    Originally posted by heartlessphil View Post
    Nice work, thumbs up for learning the whole thing in 1 week !!!!
    yaa thats right its great to learn everything in one week we have been investing all our time since several months to learn unreal engine.

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    Nice work, thumbs up for learning the whole thing in 1 week !!!!

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  • replied
    Hi alexWang...It was a sudden request by a possibloe client to prepare a demo...so I had to rush it to do everything in a week...it was my first time using ue4...i was only experimenting before with an empty room on how to create a vray style interior light

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    This really a fantastic job, the lighting and the material details let me crazy!
    how long do you work with this project ?

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    Interior first test by MAARdigital

    Hi everybody,
    here is our first interior test with Unreal...it was done to showcase a potential client the possibilities of using ue4 for archviz and all the possible interactions (that's why we have dynamic oranges falling and an animated skeleton for the luxo light eh eh). Following some screens and videos....ah right... the scene was also converted for ipad and iphone as you can see. Thanks.

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