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    Hi All,

    Just a quicky. Was looking through some lighting catalogues and thought I would try and emulate one I saw. Have attached the photo plus my render.

    The family is rather heavy of course, but surprisingly the render only took 15 mins on high setting. Don't usually model things to this detail, would be interested to hear if there are better ways simply using a material map or something?

    Bit of fun!

    (Also attached a few renders of a kitchen I am detailing for a large refurb project. All at medium setting, approx 30mins each.....shame about the white specs though!)

    Max
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    another light fitting......this time 45 mins to render on high quality.
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    Really nice light fixtures.... any chance of sharing these fittings?....

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    Thanks for the reponse, was starting to feel a bit lonely in here!
    Will definitley share. PM me your e-mail and I'll ping them across. Need to tidy them up a bit though as I simply modelled them as an in place family! (whatever it takes to get the job done quick.......)

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    Max

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    Very nice work Max!

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    Very cool Max.

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    Very nice work

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    A little update on this one. These are final renderings......
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    .....and finished photos. Looks real nice!

    Hope you are all well.

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    and some other recent stuff......externals
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