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Old 15-09-2008, 06:51 AM   #1
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nice render, but the focal length is a little too fisheye for me... i know it's hard to show everything in a room, but you could just remove a wall and render from behind it.
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Very, very nice. Is there distortion in the wall tile texture or is that the camera? Only crit I have is that there are a lot of sharp corners there, it really makes it seem like someone could really hurt themselves if they bump into anything.
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as has been said.... that is some mega distortion

still looks nice but just really weird with the distortion

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i like the llighting ... it looks really warm and natural but i think that you need to modify the corners between the ceiling and the walls and the distortion idea in the camera looks not a good idea
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