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    Default The G-Spot of the Bed and Art

    Hello everyone.

    When I finished this scene, I was looking for a way to show it in a different way, so this scene was done in magazine format (English version is coming soon). All objeos and textures were done by me. I worked for one month to complete.
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    G-Spot of the Bed and Art

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    simply amazing!!
    congrats

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    Impressive! such high level on details. love it!
    Could you tell (roughly) what time you spend on such a scene? i'm quite curios
    Congrats

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    i demand a "making of..." with a deep look into lighting, camera setups, collor maping and etc. Great renders, congrats.

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    wow... I find the materials totally amazing! Light also is so balanced and gentle... absolutely stunning work!

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    Love the cloth work on the bed. Max cloth sim? Crazy good. Love to see this in print.

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    Amazing set. Great attention to detail, very nice styling. Love this through and through and would also very much like to see more info about the scene and making-of.
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    I agree. It's one of the best interior renders I've ever seen. I'd love some more details about the materials and the lighting setup you used. (HDRI?) The detail on the floor is just astounding and the reflection on the wood vase is mind-blowing. Is the scratch map you used on the floor lamp close-up actual displacement? The details and realism, again, are just simply staggering.

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