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  1. Sorry, I forgot to reply to this. The mesh light in Redshift didn't quite give the brightness I wanted so I ended up keyframing the light, there were about 75 frames so it didn't take that long. Thanks guys for your suggestions
  2. This is where the light should be But when the lamp is bent the light does not follow
  3. I have a Redshift light inside a model. This model is being bent by the bend deformer but the light does not move with the bend. How do I get it to do this?
  4. Great, thanks everybody. I'm going to look again after the RTX 3000 is released and also look at the AMD Ryzen. I'm so out of touch with all this now, I used to build my own gaming PCs but that was over 12 years ago. I'm thinking I might build it myself, like the good old days
  5. I used to build my own PCs but I'm completely out of the loop now so I'm probably buying an off the shelf PC. I've got a budget of roughtly £1400, how does this system sound? Intel® Core™ i7-10700 Processor RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 2 TB HDD & 512 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 Super 8 GB Any advice would be much appreciated.
  6. I sent 3 different images at different angles and now the client wants different coloured kitchen units for each, so extra income I will do minor tweaks to each now, along with different colours, I'll keep you all posted so you can see the finished images. Thanks once again.
  7. True, usually they don't know what they want until they see what they don't like
  8. Yeah, I need to work on the view from the windows, I'm not sure why it looks so flat. The client doesn't want skirting or coving, ultimately it's their choice, I suppose!
  9. Try this, the client hasn't seen these new ones yet, fingers crossed.
  10. Here's a "quick" update...
  11. Thanks, it's the view the client wants unfortunately, although I will try again to see if they'll budge.
  12. Ha ha, those stools do look too tall. It's amazing how I can see these things now they've been pointed out.
  13. The brick wall, yep I agree, also I don't like the repeating texture, I can deal with that on Photoshop. I agree about the floor too, I'll just do some random tinkering. DOF, good idea. Contrast, possibly, again I'll tinker. I've added some random roughness to the door fronts but don't want to over do it as that's their product. I'll be back with another render. Thanks guys
  14. I would like your opinion on this, I'm not quite happy with it, I don't think it looks real enough. The colour of the doors has to match the sample, which I think it pretty much does, and the layout is set in stone. So it's the lighting and texturing that must be off, do you agree?
  15. I need to supply a client with .FBX files and materials. My project was created with Redshift, how can I convert Redshift to Standard materials, easily?


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