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    #1

    DarkSide Of The Room

    Sincerely I invite you to watch my latest work.
    A dramatic story of Darkside of LIfe
    here is DarkSide of the Room
    Story and renders by Mohsen Hashemi

    you can read full story here:
    https://www.behance.net/gallery/7224...de-Of-The-Room

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    Detail shots

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  3. Join Date
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    #3

    Lovely depth to all your images. I much prefer the grading in the second series of shots.
    The one thing that grinds my gears here is the front facing wall in the first image of the first post (Dining area). It seems that you forgot to turn the displacement on and the edges on the brick are smooth, or is it a wall-paper?

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote:
    Originally posted by: effilang
    Lovely depth to all your images. I much prefer the grading in the second series of shots.
    The one thing that grinds my gears here is the front facing wall in the first image of the first post (Dining area). It seems that you forgot to turn the displacement on and the edges on the brick are smooth, or is it a wall-paper?

    Thanks for sharing.
    thank you so much for the comment and meticulous observe, and actually, disp wasn't off and that's a big question for me also
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    #5

    very good ... i like this work
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    #6

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: Atefeh165
    very good ... i like this work
    thank you so much
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    #7

    very nice renders....
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    #8

    Quote:
    Originally posted by: vivintcr
    very nice renders....
    thanks mate
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