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    Default The Japanese Part I

    Project inspired in Sandra Tarruella interior design. 3DsMax, Vray and Photoshop.

    Hope you like it!!
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    Stunning! The first shot is great but the last one (cam06) is just fantastic! well done.

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    everything is good..............................very nice work.........................i like it

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    A nice set of images. But a bit of a small "chaos" in the placing of the plates on the tables would make it even better, cause now they're all lined up repetitively. Are the enviroment outside modeled or photo backplates?
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    beautiful set : )
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    Love the lighting!

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    Congratulations!
    This is an excellent work. I would do like Freakaz said, just make some "chaos", but it's perfect. The light alone, fantastic.

    Would you share the cam and render settings? That would great

    thanks

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    Truly professional work. Nothing to complain about
    Keep it up!
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    Nice images with attention to detail, but a bit pale for my taste and the shadows are a bit too dark. I would add some saturation so the images look more pleasing to the eye, especially if its for advertising purposes.

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