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  1. To me it looks like the floor reflects an interior HDR image, with the HDR set to not be seen directly by the camera. And the floor is not as rough as you make it sound in your post - rather mid-gloss with fresnel activated. To fade the background to black, you can always do it afterwards in Photoshop, as long as you render out an ID mask for the machine.
  2. I’ve been a Mac user for many years, so this is very welcome. In the last few years, it’s felt like 3d work on Mac was doomed - despite the new processors.
  3. How about setting it up with C4d’s sky system, then try to mimic the sun’s path across the sky? Would that be feasible?
  4. There are some really nice interior renders by Philip Moreton in the latest Renderpeople newsletter: https://renderpeople.com/blog/photorealistic-visualizations/ It’s rare to see such good lighting setups in arch viz. It won’t fit every project, of course, but it’s nice to see some cinematic work creeping into architecture. And I’m happy to see he’s using Corona (not with C4d, though).
  5. You’ve got some good comments already. Overall it’s a nice interior shot. I would say that the image outside the window looks off, both in brightness and the actual view. The brightest parts in the image are also a bit too bright -unless that’s the look you’re after. A small detail: The back of the chair closest to the camera looks really flat. I would suggest that you rotate it somewhat, to make the lighting more lifelike.
  6. Many years ago, when I had only used Lightwave for a couple of years, I read a bunch of books on lighting for photographers. That was probably the best thing I’ve learned for my 3d work over the years. Around the same time, Lightwave 6 was released, introducing GI, and realistic lighting was finally within reach. In the past year, I’ve felt almost the same way with Marvellous Designer. I can’t understand why I avoided it for so long. Working with cloth is just so much fun now. And it makes my scenes a hundred times better. (Well, maybe not a hundred : )
  7. The best semi-automatic solution I’ve come across is Zbrush, with the NPR filters. They are a bit fiddly at first but are really flexible when you get the hang of it. And they’re almost realtime.
  8. I’ve used Marvellous Designer for a few months and I can recommend it warmly. If you try it, make sure to grab some good tutorials as well. The learning curve is pretty steep at the start. Dynamics can act a bit weird at times, but nothing that can’t be fixed.
  9. You need to increase the resolution. I’m not an Octane user, but I know that the render resolution in Corona is set in Cinema 4d’s render settings.
  10. Thanks! I’ll check it out.
  11. Good point : ) I guess I should just give a free account a try and see what it’s like.
  12. Isn’t there a Pro account that shows your images more often etcetera?
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