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    Default Workshop Internal Render

    please let me know what you think. Its all done in Revit Architecture 2011
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    Rudolph,

    in terms of what the Revit engine does, I think your image is quite clean and shows what the space would be / could be like so I think its successful as a communication device.
    I also personally can relate to the levels you have set for the Exposure settings for the sun / brightness. While some here will say its over exposed we get this kind of brightness in our part of the world in the summer months - strong almost glare like UV radiation and for me, this amount of glare and sun strength is familiar so I don't recognise it as over exposed unless your shot is in another part of the world that suffers from say heavy fog, or heavy pollution and in fact a lot of places in the northern hemisphere.

    Since the ozone hole begins in spring and from the equator down, its the southern hemisphere which suffers from this phenomenon and one of the reasons this level is exposure has substance in the real world.
    No overhead gantry ? is it a shell and sell ?
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    Default Re: Workshop Internal Render

    Its a workshop for truck repairs so no gantry is needed

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    Nice job!

    Glad to see that you modeled the trusses and roof decking--adds a lot of realism.
    not to mention the BIM benefits for your drawings....( there have been a lot of "nay sayers"
    on these Forums who think you shouldn't "model" trusses, etc.)

    The skylights bringing in daylight are really proven out here for their value.

    Again, nice work.

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    Default Re: Workshop Internal Render

    And here is the external of it....
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    Hey there,
    Very nice indeed! Love the natural light!
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    Default Re: Workshop Internal Render

    And here is the boardroom...
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    Wow...

    Thats some boardroom for a truck repair shop.... nice renderings...
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    Very nice rendering for the boardroom. Did you model those office chairs or did you import it from another program?

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    Got them from Turbosquid

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